• Meghan Markle's Instagram account has been reactivated

    Meghan Markle's Instagram account appears to have been reactivated, after she previously shut it down in 2017 following her engagement to Prince Harry. Fans were shocked to see Meghan's pictures resurface on her account that is verified with three million followers. Her previous posts, with her last being a collage in which she announced the closure of her blog, The Tig, back in April 2017, were available to see. The account was deactivated within minutes though, with a royal source saying it was a "technical issue".  Meghan's Instagram was momentarily reactivated Should Meghan begin posting on her Instagram account again, she won't be the only royal to

  • Meghan Markle and baby bump celebrate Christmas early at London care home – all the pictures

    With exactly one week to go before Christmas, the Duchess of Sussex got into the festive spirit as she paid a visit to nursing and care home Brinsworth House on Tuesday. Meghan, and her growing baby bump, brought Christmas cheer to the residents in Twickenham, London. The royal was in high spirits and arrived to cheers and applause from waiting crowds. She dressed her blossoming figure in XXXX and styled her raven locks into her signature messy bun. Meghan, who is due in the spring, certainly sported that healthy, pregnancy glow. Let's take a look at the best photos of

  • The Duchess of Cornwall's son throws support behind Meghan Markle

    The Duchess of Cornwall's son has praised the Duchess of Sussex. During Tuesday's Good Morning Britain, Tom Parker Bowles described Meghan as a "wonderful" person and revealed she should "carry on what she's doing". The comments come after Piers Morgan asked him if he had any advice for the expectant royal, who is currently getting used to a new way of living. "I think she's wonderful," replied the food writer. "How could I give advice about that? I think she should carry on what she's doing." Tom, 44, is the son of Camilla from her marriage to Andrew Parker Bowles;

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  • Meghan Markle uses calligraphy skills to create a Christmas bauble - see it here

    On Tuesday, Meghan Markle visited Brinsworth House in Twickenham for retired entertainers and left more than just happy memories for the residents: the Duchess created a beautiful decoration for the home using one of her many talents - calligraphy! During the visit, the royal and residents created a Christmas mural, and we can spy Meghan’s ultra-glam signature from a mile off. The festive display had a royal touch Meghan chose a glittery gold bell shape to sign the words ‘Merry Christmas love Meghan’ surrounded by yellow stars. Even though it may just be made of a paper, the design must now be