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The upcoming Lifetime movie based on the romance between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle has cast the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their two children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte! The TV movie, Harry & Meghan: A Royal Romance, will focus on the ups and downs of the couple's courtship, and Lifetime have now announced that Australian actor Burgess Abernethy will play Prince William, Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency actress Laura Mitchell will be playing Kate. Youngsters Preston Karwat and Briella Weintraub will be playing Prince George and Princess Charlotte respectively. Meet the Cambridges! Production for the new film has
Royal fans are hotly anticipating the upcoming Lifetime film Harry & Meghan: A Royal Romance, which will chronicle the couple's courtship ahead of their wedding on 19 May, and the network recently announced the casting of the Cambridges; Prince William, Kate and their two children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte. However, they have already made one huge error regarding Prince George's costume – can you spot what it is? The promotional image for the film shows Burgess Abernathy as Prince William, Laura Mitchell as Kate, and youngsters Preston Karwat and Briella Weintraub as Prince George and Princess Charlotte respectively. The
Hotels in Windsor can afford to charge a fortune for bookings in mid-May, when Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding takes place. HELLO! has learnt that some rooms are selling for thousands for the weekend of 19 May. Harte & Garter, a four-star hotel located directly opposite Harry and Meghan's wedding venue, Windsor Castle, has a going rate of £8,000 for a minimum three-night stay, for its rooms overlooking the castle. Macdonald Windsor hotel has had TV crews pay a whopping £10,000 for suites with balconies overlooking the High Street, which will provide the best view of the newlyweds
There will be intense security in the lead-up to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding in May, not to mention on the day itself. Police presence will be at its maximum in Windsor, crowd control will be in place, while local retailers are also facing restrictions. HELLO! has learnt that cafés, restaurants and shops have been banned from placing any kind of furniture outside their retail space, as this could block the paths where thousands of wellwishers are expected to stand. Around a million people lined the streets of London in 2011 for Prince William and Kate's royal wedding,
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