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Meghan Markle has shut down all her social media accounts, ahead of her royal wedding to Prince Harry in May. A statement released by Kensington Palace said the 36-year-old was "grateful to everyone who has followed her social media accounts over the years" but had closed them "as she has not used these accounts for some time". She also previously ran her own lifestyle website, The Tig, which she closed down in April last year. STORY: Pubs could stay open late when Prince Harry marries Meghan Markle Meghan's decision falls in line with her changing status; she will soon become a prominent
Meghan Markle revealed how much she was looking forward to tying the knot with Prince Harry during the couple's second ever official outing as an engaged couple. The pair visited Reprezent 107.3 FM in Brixton, south London, on Tuesday, and chatted to the young DJs about their work at the radio station. Meghan squealed and said she was "so excited" about the wedding before the pair joked about the former Suits actress answering questions for the pair of them. READ: Meghan Markle closes all her social media accounts Loading the player... var track = function
The Duchess of Cambridge bonded with a group of youngsters as she visited Reach Academy Feltham school in west London on Wednesday morning. Kate, who was carrying out her first engagement of the year, met young boys and girls in nursery – perhaps calling to mind her own two-year-old daughter Princess Charlotte, who started her first day of nursery on Monday. Kate was visiting the school as patron of Place2Be. The mental health charity provides support to 282 schools around the UK, including Reach Academy Feltham. Kate spoke to parents who have benefited from the charity's services and the Academy's
Members of Meghan Markle's family joined Good Morning Britain to chat about the former Suits star, and brought along a home video of the future royal taking care of her baby nephew, Thomas Dooley, aged just nine. In the cute video, little Meghan places a dummy in baby Thomas' mouth before telling her dad off for filming her. READ: Meghan Markle closes all her social media accounts Meghan's family sang her praises Meghan's sister-in-law and two nephews chatted to Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid about her impending nuptials, saying they "couldn't be happier for her". When Susannah asked if they were hurt when
Princess Charlotte is one talented little girl. The two-year-old, who started nursery this week, already knows some words in Spanish, thanks to her Palencia-born nanny, Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo. A source told People that Prince William and Kate's daughter can speak a bit of the foreign language, and is "very sweet and very confident – she's always chatting away". The insider added that Charlotte is "so polite, but also fun and energetic" and has "beautiful manners". George can count up to ten in Spanish Despite her young age, the Princess is already well-versed in royal protocol. She showed impeccable manners while
Prince William and Prince Harry might be 'best mates', but the Duke of Cambridge has revealed that his younger brother has yet to ask him to be his best man at his wedding to Meghan Markle in May. While joining in a group discussion at the Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) on Wednesday night, attended by the likes of footballer Rio Ferdinand, the 35-year-old opened up about his relationship with Harry as part of the charity's "Best Man Project" – which helps to celebrate men's friendships. When asked by Capital DJ Roman Kemp about his role at Harry's wedding, William clarified: "He hasn’t
Princess Charlotte has been described as "very easy, very sweet" by her father Prince William, but what else do we need to know about the young royal? We take a look back at her first