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The Duchess of Sussex's mother Doria Ragland has been spotted at Los Angeles International Airport, making her way to London to visit her daughter. The footage, shared on Inside Edition, shows Doria walking through the airport with an attendant who pushes her suitcase for her and shows her to the lift. Dressed casually in comfy trousers, a long-sleeved top, sunglasses and trainers, she looked relaxed as she prepared for her flight. Meghan and her mum on her royal wedding day It is not known whether the video was captured earlier in the summer or very recently, so it's unclear whether Doria
She is set to embark on her first overseas tour with Prince Harry, but before that takes place, the Duchess of Sussex will be taking a solo trip of her own. The new royal will attend the opening of 'Oceania' at the Royal Academy of Arts on Tuesday 25th September. The exhibition will celebrate the art of Melanesia, Micronesia and Polynesia, encompassing the vast Pacific region including New Guinea, Easter Island, Hawaii and New Zealand. 'Oceania' will bring together around 200 works from public collections worldwide, spanning over 500 years. The exhibition also marks the 250th anniversary of the Royal
This is the heartwarming moment the Duchess of Sussex is reunited with her stunning Givenchy wedding dress. In a new trailer for the upcoming ITV documentary, titled Queen of the World, Meghan can be seen reflecting on her big day. Her iconic gown and veil were being prepared on display for a new palace exhibition. "Three countries. Oh my goodness. It will keep us busy," the new royal gushed as she touched upon her upcoming tour with Prince Harry. In the two-part series, Meghan will speak about the importance of the Commonwealth - of which the Queen is Head -
Another royal baby is set to be on the cards in the near future if Sally Morgan has anything to say on the matter! The TV psychic appeared on Tuesday's episode of Loose Women to discuss life after Celebrity Big Brother, as well as giving her royal predictions – something she is known to get spot on. When asked about what to expect from the royal family in the next 12 months, she said: "I think that Meghan before the end of the year that it will be announced that she is expecting a baby." The panellists also revealed
Prince William couldn’t wait to get back to his three children after a visit to the University of Birmingham on Tuesday, and there was a very special reason why! William was gifted with copies of a specially-made dinosaur colouring book for Prince George, five, Princess Charlotte, three, and Prince Louis, four months, which had been designed by the university to mark his visit there. Vice-chancellor Sir David Eastwood – who handed the copies to the Prince - said that William had told him upon receiving them: "I'll be the most popular father in the country tonight." Prince William was gifted
Prince William is a doting dad-of-three, and like all parents he is enjoying watching them grow and discover new interests and hobbies. And during a visit to the Acorn Children's Hospice on Tuesday, William revealed what his eldest son Prince George, five, is currently obsessed with. While in the activity room where a group of children were painting and making dinosaurs, William told one little girl: "George is obsessed with dinosaurs. We've been learning all about them." During the visit, William also showed that he was just like his mum, Princess Diana, who had first opened the hospice 30