Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall may be a member of the British royal family, but she’s more like the French when it comes to her appreciation of wine. Camilla, who is the president of the U.K.’s Vineyard Association, shed some light on the reason behind her interest in the industry during a reception for British winegrowers at Clarence House on Wednesday. “People always ask me how I became involved in it all, well first of all I love wine, but secondly, my father was in the wine business, so I was brought up as a child drinking wine and water rather like the French,” she said. “My grandfather also wrote about wine as did my great-grandfather, so I think it’s very much in my blood and it’s so exciting to see British wine taking off,” she added. She also talked about the effect climate ch
Don't get jealous, Harry! Meghan Markle is reunited with her on-screen fiance as Suits airs for first time since her relationship with Prince Harry went public Meghan Markle, 35, is back in legal drama Suits for the first time since her relationship with Prince Harry became public She shared a romantic embrace with her onscreen fiance in Wednesday's show A trailer for the rest of the series reveals Markle donning an elegant white bridal gown with a full chiffon skirt The Prince's girlfriend was also seen resting her hand on her costar's thigh Harry and Markle are believed to have got together over the summer News emerged of relationship in October and the royal confirmed it in November Meghan Markle is back in legal drama Suits for the first time since her relationship with Prince Harry...
They could get married on the down-low. Prince Harry's relationship with Meghan Markle has placed both of them into the glare of public scrutiny – not only is she a commoner and a divorcée, but she's a bigtime TV star to boot. Which is why, insiders say, the pair wants to slip away unnoticed to get married in secret, far from the world's prying eyes. "It's her life and his," a representative for 32-year-old Harry explains, of their decision to keep their relationship under wraps as far as possible. OK! reports the couple's friends believe an elopement is on the cards, with speculation triggered by their recent low-key holiday to Norway. "They definitely want to go on more adventure trips," a friend told the magazine. "They're so in love." Just this week, Meghan's half-brother Tho
Does this prove there's a royal engagement on the way? Meghan Markle's Suits co-star hints she could be 'a future princess of England' Canadian actor Patrick J. Adams plays Meghan's on-screen fiancé Mike Ross Adams, 35, took part in a Q&A with Suits fans on Reddit on Wednesday night One person asked what it was like kissing the 'future princess of England' Star neither confirmed nor denied that an engagement could be on the cards There have been whispers of a royal engagement ever since Prince Harry publicly named Meghan Markle as his girlfriend back in November. And the actress's co-star Patrick J. Adams has done little to quell the rumours after hinting that she could be a 'future princess of England'. The Suits star took to Reddit on Wednesday night to take part in a Q&A wi
Duchess of Cambridge is 'very well looked after' by Prince William Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge has revealed she is "very well looked after" by her husband. The Duchess of Cambridge is "very well looked after" by her husband. The 35-year-old royal - who married Prince William in 2011 - made the confession during a visit to a hospice in Quidenham, where she revealed to Daisy Benton, one of the young children at the hospice, what it was like to be a real-life Princess. Daisy's mum Michala revealed: "Daisy asked her what it was like to be a real princess and Kate said she's very well looked after by her husband. Daisy is four and absolutely loves princesses. "Kate also said about her kids that Charlotte and George run in different directions all the time. She was very down to earth a...
Duchess of Cambridge 'can't believe' bereaved family's loss The Duchess of Cambridge told the family of a five-year-old boy who died from a brain tumour that she "can't believe" what they went through. Finnbar Cork was cared for by Quidenham hospice, in Norfolk, run by East Anglia's Children's Hospices. The family met Kate, the charity's royal patron, when she visited the hospice. Meeting the family, Kate told them: "I'm a mother and I can't believe what you've been through." She was presented with a posy by four-year-old Nell, Finnbar's sister. Source: BBC COM
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