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Prince Harry is famously tactile and known for his warmth, and it seems the royal has found his match in his bride-to-be, Meghan Markle. A close friend of the former actress has described Meghan as "warm" and "not formal", describing how she often hugs her staff at Kensington Palace. Bonnie Hammer, the woman who hired Meghan to star in Suits, said: "Meghan is not formal, Meghan is warm, she's a hugger, she's a kisser. "I heard a story from her very early in their dating and Meghan would come up to the palace and she'd get out of the car
While Prince Harry and Meghan Markle graciously requested donations to charity in lieu of wedding gifts for their marriage next weekend, the popular couple do of course have members of close family and friends who will insist on buying the pair a celebratory present to mark the happy occasion. And it has emerged that as well as selecting seven charitable organisations which reflected their "shared values", and to whom they'd love their wedding guests to donate on their behalf, they have also signed up for a wedding list at the exclusive Soho House members' club. These cinema chairs cost £2,495 The
Why the Queen called Kate Middleton 'well-beloved' in formal wedding consent – but Meghan Markle missed out
The Queen has officially given her consent for Prince Harry to marry Meghan Markle with the release of the Instrument of Consent document. But some noticed there was a striking difference between the official document used for Harry and Meghan, and the one granted to Prince William when he wed his then-fiancée Kate. In William and Kate's Instrument of Consent signed in 2011, Her Majesty referred to the Duchess as "Our Trusty and Well-beloved Catherine Elizabeth Middleton". But Harry's fiancée Meghan is simply "Rachel Meghan Markle" – omitting the "trusty" and "well-beloved" description. Meghan missed out on the 'trusty and well-beloved'
James Corden is set to attend the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle next week, according to a new report. US publication TMZ claims the British comedian, who moved to LA for his hit talk show, will return to his home country for the nuptials. It's believed that James, 39, and his producing partner Ben Winston will attend the ceremony and first reception hosted by the Queen, plus the more exclusive evening reception, reserved for Harry and Meghan's 200 closest friends. James, 39, and Harry, 33, have been friends for years, and the Gavin & Stacey star reportedly
While we wait for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's much-anticipated wedding day on 19 May, royal watchers have been quick to discuss what Meghan's official title will be once she is a member of the royal family, and it would all depend on whether the Queen gives Prince Harry a peerage or not. Should the Prince receive a peerage such as a dukedom, like his older brother, Prince William, he would be styled as 'HRH the Duke of [city],' making Meghan 'HRH The Duchess of [city]'. If not, Meghan will simply be styled as 'HRH Princess Henry of Wales'. Traditionally, the
Although the account was previously only intended for a select few to see, Swedish royal couple Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia have recently made their private account public, giving fans of the royal family an insight into several personal photos shared of the pair before the account went public. The sweet, never-before-seen snaps include several of the couple's children, including their eight-month-old baby son, Prince Gabriel. In one photo taken by Princess Sofia, their two-year-old, Prince Alexander, can be spotted fussing over the new baby, and the couple captioned the snap: "Three weeks ago our beloved son Gabriel,
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's baby son, Louis, has been spotted for the first time since the royal couple introduced him to the world on the steps of the Lindo Wing at St. Mary's hospital on 23 April. The little Prince, who is just three weeks old, was spotted being taken for a stroll in Kensington Gardens with the family nanny, Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo, who wasn't in her usual uniform and was with a protection officer, presumably as the Gardens are a public place. Kensington Palace previously released snaps of Prince Louis Kensington Palace recently confirmed that the infant