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Princess Eugenie and her fiancé Jack Brooksbank will celebrate their royal wedding on Friday 12 October – and royal watchers are so excited for the upcoming event that they've given the nuptials its own hashtag. Since the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's wedding was held just in May, fans are referring to Eugenie and Jack's big day as #RoyalWedding2 – so as not to get confused with previous coverage. Exciting! It was recently revealed that the ceremony will be televised on ITV, with Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford also presenting a This Morning special entitled This Morning at the Royal
The Duchess of Cambridge charmed royal watchers as she returned to work following her maternity leave on Tuesday, paying a visit to the Sayers Croft Forest School and Wildlife Garden in Paddington, London - where she met a group of children who were taking part in various outdoorsy activities. And while Kate has shown us her natural ease with children many times before, she shared a very sweet moment with one little girl, who asked her why the photographers were snapping away at her. Kate seemed to be in her element spending time with children on Tuesday Kate's adorable response was:
The Duchess of Sussex was in for surprise when she met with well-wishes in Sussex on Wednesday morning. During a walkabout with Prince Harry, former Suits actress Meghan was told by a royal fan - who goes by @LadySassington on Twitter - how much she adored her mother, Doria Ragland. The tweet read: "Me: 'Will you tell your Mum I love her?'" To which Meghan reportedly replied: "Oh I will! We have that in common, don't we?" The Duchess of Sussex met with crowds in Sussex on Wednesday The royal fan also added "Nearly forgot! Harry took flowers from the little
Meghan Markle couldn't contain her laughter as she was presented with a fabulous gift during her tour of Sussex on Wednesday. The Duchess, who was joining her husband Prince Harry, was visiting the Survivors' Network in Brighton – a charity that supports survivors of sexual violence and abuse in Sussex. Meghan was handed a framed drawing of one of her dogs made by artist Henry James Garrett, who was doing a PhD in Philosophy before dropping out due to anxiety. The drawing showed a caption that read, "Who's a good boy? Who's a good boy?" while the answer read: "A
Meghan Markle looked incredibly stylish on Wednesday, as she greeted crowds in Sussex while wearing her cream Armani coat over a sleek blouse and green leather skirt. But the most stylish thing that Meghan revealed on the day was, arguably, her signature! Both Meghan and her husband Prince Harry signed the visitors book at Edes House in Chichester, boasting two sets of perfectly drawn lines of ink which curved in all the right places. Meghan has certainly polished her pen skills since changing her signature when receiving her Duchess of Sussex title in May. In fact, Harry and Meghan's