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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex celebrated their six-month wedding anniversary at the Royal Variety Performance on Monday night, where they enjoyed a night of entertainment at the London Palladium. And while the royal couple no doubt celebrated in private too, they will be needing to plan ahead if they wish to celebrate their next milestone anniversary later in the month. In was revealed at the beginning of the week that Prince Harry will visit Zambia on a solo engagement on the 26 and 27 November – the day the couple announced their engagement to the world after months
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's baby has received many gifts from kind-hearted royal fans since the couple announced the news Meghan's pregnancy in November. And on Monday ahead of her night of entertainment at the Royal Variety Performance, the mum-to-be stopped to accept a gift from the crowds that had gathered outside the London Palladium. Meghan went over to Jo Wiggins, who had gone along with her daughter Lucy, seven, who presented her with the popular children's book, Peepo!, by Janet and Allan Ahlberg. The book is described as a classic, and follows a baby though the day,
Prince Harry couldn't help but give a performer at the Royal Variety a kiss following their spectacular performance – and the lucky recipient was none other than Peanut, a realistic puppet elephant from the act Circus 1903. The royal's spontaneous kiss on his trunk caught everyone by surprise, including his pregnant wife the Duchess of Sussex, who smiled and laughed, looking delighted at the sweet gesture. Thankfully the sweet encounter was caught on video, which you can see below. Meghan was also clearly enchanted as Peanut bowed and offered her a posy of flowers. "Thank you," she told performer Jessica
Lady Louise Windsor is the eldest daughter of Prince Edward and the Countess of Wessex, she is also 13th in line to the throne and is the Queen's youngest granddaughter. The young royal recently played an important role at Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank's wedding, acting as a special attendant. The teenager looked lovely dressed in blue as she helped the little bridesmaids and pageboys up the stairs of St. George's Chapel. Like the Queen, Lady Louise is a huge fan of horse riding. She has been often pictured showing off her equestrian skills, competing in the British Driving
Crown Prince Haakon of Norway and his wife Crown Princess Mette-Marit are one of Europe's most popular and stable royal couples. The pair announced their engagement in December 2000 and went on to marry in August 2001. Mette-Marit was already a proud mother to a son Marius, but she welcomed Princess Alexandra with Haakon in January 2004 followed by a son Sverre in December 2005. Let's take a look at some of their sweetest moments, from Norwegian National Day outings with their children to fun-filled ski breaks… Watch the video below Loading the player...
Princess Eugenie is using her royal title to help implement many positive changes, as well as supporting campaigns close to her heart, and is right back to work following her wedding to Jack Brooksbank last month. And on Tuesday, the newlywed took to social media to reveal that she has been involved in a new piece of artwork that will be hanging in the very hospital she was treated for scoliosis back in 2001. Eugenie shared photos of the sculpture – which hangs 33ft in the Stanmore Building at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital – which features her face.