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VOTE for your favourite Meghan Markle moment

On November 27, it will be one year to the day that the world heard that Prince Harry had asked Meghan Markle to be his wife. Since that precious day the pair have become one of the most photographed couples ever. And Meghan has continued to impress fans and royal watchers with her poise, elegance and warm-hearted nature. To mark the milestone HELLO! presents 12 of the most iconic images charting her extraordinary story from newly engaged to fully fledged royal mother to be. And we ask you in this exclusive poll to pick your favourite moment from the past 12

Prince Charles suggests names for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's baby

Prince Charles has hinted at the name the Duke and Duchess of Sussex could choose for the royal baby – and it would be a big break from tradition! The Prince of Wales opened up about potential names for the couple’s firstborn during a visit to Australia House on Thursday, revealing Prince Harry and Meghan had been given plenty of suggestions during their royal tour in October. Watched by the Duchess of Cornwall, he told the guests at the central London event: "Incidentally ladies and gentlemen my son Harry tells me that during their recent tour of Australia, he and

Prince William and Kate to give Christmas message for this very special reason

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will be following in the Queen's footsteps this year to deliver their own special Christmas message. The royal couple will be sending a message of support for military personnel and their families over the festive period. According to Kensington Palace, Prince William and Kate wanted to "acknowledge and honour the fact that many Serving personnel are away from their families at this time of the year". The royals will send out a Christmas message Around 7,500 military personnel will miss Christmas at home while serving overseas or on exercise, meaning that their children will also

Royal exes who attended their former partner's wedding​​​​​​​