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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were almost left speechless after they were presented with a beautiful gift from a student during their visit to Ireland this week. Taking part in a walkabout where they met with well-wishers at the prestigious Trinity College in Dublin, the royal couple were given a framed sketch of their official engagement photograph, done by Chloe Mullins. The 19-year-old student took to her Instagram page to share pictures from their meet-and-greet, which showed Prince Harry and Meghan Markle completely surprised. Student Chloe Mullins presented this sketch to Prince Harry and Meghan in Ireland this week She
The Duchess of Cambridge loves tennis. Not only is Kate the Patron of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club but in 2015, she and the Duke of Cambridge were granted permission to build a tennis court in the grounds of their Norfolkshire home, Anmer Hall. As patron of the club, Kate has visited Wimbledon many times since her marriage to Prince William in 2011, and is set to visit again this Saturday with the Duchess of Sussex to watch Serena Williams play Angelique Kerber in the Women's Singles final, despite being on maternity leave. The 35-year-old royal
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle took part in their first overseas visit earlier this week and although the Prince had reaffirmed that the tour was strictly "business" rather than a "mini-moon", he and his new wife made time for each other on their first day there. The newlyweds found a private moment for themselves in the midst of it all – including a secret, romantic lunch at one of Dublin's most popular restaurants. The beautiful couple worked up an appetite after spending the morning of their second day in Dublin paying visits to Trinity College and Croke Park. According
Members of the British royal family are expected to follow a very specific set of rules, they must keep public displays of affection to a minimum, are discouraged from signing autographs to avoid their signatures being forged and they must seek approval from the Queen before proposing. Ladies are also discouraged from sitting with their legs crossed, and instead keep their knees together and tuck one ankle behind the other in a fashion termed 'the Duchess slant'. Compiled in this video are ten of the most important rules that British royals are expected to follow. Scroll down for video: SEE