With her due date looming, the Duchess of Sussex is making the most of her time before the arrival of her first child. Clearly showing no signs of slowing down, the pregnant royal shunned the limelight for a private engagement on Tuesday. The 37-year-old, who is the Patron of the Association of Commonwealth Universities, had a meeting with Dr Joanna Newman, who is the Chief Executive and Secretary General of the ACU. Meghan Markle had a private engagement on Tuesday The private engagement comes as Prince Charles hosted a star-studded dinner at Buckingham Palace to celebrate his Prince's Trust. Amal and
The Duchess of Cambridge and the Duchess Sussex joined members of the royal family in marking Commonwealth Day this week, but did you notice the very sweet similarity between their outings this year and last? On Monday, Meghan stepped out with her husband Prince Harry, showing off her baby bump in a sleek Victoria Beckham dress as she attended the service at Westminster Abbey. Rewind to one year ago, and her sister-in-law Kate was also pregnant when she attended the same traditional service in 2018. What's more, the two Duchesses appeared to be at the same stage in their pregnancy.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are the doting parents to three young children, and while their royal status means that their lives are in the public eye, behind-the-scenes they are just like any other family. On Tuesday night, Kate's children weren’t far from her thoughts when she attended the National Portrait Gallery's gala as spoke to a guest about her hopes to bring oldest son Prince George to see some painting in the near future. William has previously spoken out about their family unit, where he described them as "very normal." Talking to the BBC in April 2016,
They're known for their playful relationship and will often tease each other in public, especially during sporty engagements. But it seems the Duchess of Cambridge also likes to poke fun at her husband for another reason – his hair! Speaking exclusively to HELLO! at the Prince's Trust Awards on Wednesday, BBC Radio 1 star Clara Amfo opened up about her meeting with William and Kate last year. "Kate had no qualms making fun of William's hair situation," Clara revealed. "And he took that. There was a lot of banter around that, it was very funny!" The presenter added: "Prince William
Phillip Schofield had a starring presenting role on Wednesday as he hosted the Prince's Trust Awards with Fearne Cotton. And ahead of the ceremony, the This Morning host made a hilarious admission as he made his way to the London Palladium. Knowing that he wouldn't have time to eat once there, Phil revealed that he had enjoyed a packet of salt and vinegar crisps to see him through the afternoon. Taking to Snapchat, he wrote: "Meeting Prince Charles in a bit.. is it bad for to have salt and vinegar crisps?" The TV presenter is an active supporter of