Meghan Markle confirms hen party is 'sorted' as she joins Prince Harry in Edinburgh MEGHAN Markle has told well-wishers in Edinburgh she is ready for her royal hen party ahead of saying her vows to Prince Harry. The soon-to-be-wed Hollywood starlet told those who lined the streets to welcome her in the Scottish city earlier today that the hen party is “sorted” – adding that it “will be fun”. It is not known exactly how she will celebrate the traditional pre-marital party however it is likely to be a less than raucous affair given the nature of the wedding to follow it. Today’s trip with Prince Harry marked the couple’s first official visit to Scotland. <span data-mce-type="bookmark" style="display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;" class="mce_SELRES_start
Final word on Prince Harry's real dad Paul Burrell tells I'm A Celebrity Australia who Prince Harry's father is, once and for all Former royal butler Paul Burrell has pushed the buttons of the British royal family by revisiting one of the most sensitive topics surrounding Prince Harry, in a bid to win ratings on Australian television. Burrell has arrived on set in South Africa as an intruder on I'm A Celebrity … Get Me Out of Here! He was meant to introduce some "class" to the series line-up but his presence ended up royally falling flat, even though he defended Princess Diana's integrity. "Do you think Prince Harry is Prince Charles' child?" Paul Burrell: #ImACelebrityAU pic.twitter.com/5Pv2eFTVEC — #ImACelebrityAU (@ImACelebrityAU) February 13, 2018 Burrell was talking
10 royal beauty and fashion traditions Meghan Markle has already broken It should be known by now that the British royal family has a lot of rules, from banning selfies in Kensington Palace to forbidding royal women from taking off their coats in public, so Meghan Markle had better start studying. Plus, judging from how many royal family traditions the 36-year-old has already broken (who knew a messy bun would be such a big deal?), she has a lot to learn before she ties the knot with Prince Harry in May. Ahead, we’re keeping track of every royal beauty and fashion taboo the “Suits” actress has already committed. Though she’s broken dozens of other royal rules (ahem, signing an autograph), we’re keeping a close eye on the rebellious moves she’s making in the fashion and beauty depar
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry wedding MAP: Where to see newly-wed royals in Windsor MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry will see thousands of people flock to Windsor to celebrate the royal couple as they marry in St George’s Chapel this May. Here is a map of where can you see the newly-weds during the procession after the ceremony. Prince Harry proposed to the former Suits star during a cosy night in over a roast chicken dinner after a 16-month whirlwind romance. They announced their engagement last November and will have the eyes of the world on them on May 19 when they tie the knot at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle. The couple said they are "hugely grateful for the many good wishes they have received since announcing their engagement”. The marriage ceremony will begin at 12p
Royal tests Meghan has to pass to marry Harry Her wedding day may be just a little over a month away, but Meghan Markle still has two ceremonies to go through before she marries Prince Harry. The 36-year-old actress, who is due to marry Prince Harry on May 19th at St George’s Chapel, will have to be baptised and confirmed before she can walk down the aisle. According to reports, the former Suits star will spend the next month immersing herself in the religious traditions of the Church of England. Meghan was brought up a Christian, however due to the fact that she’s marrying the grandson of the Head of the Church of England, she is being baptised and confirmed into the faith. The American actress can either choose to have water trickled down her forehead when she is baptised or b
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle share amazing new wedding details There's a horse-drawn carriage and everything! The wedding of the year is just months away and now, Kensington Palace have released amazing new details on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's big day. According to the palace's statement, the proceedings will begin at 12pm sharp on Saturday, May 19th. For those planning to tune in from Australia, that will be 11pm AEST. The ceremony at St. George's Chapel will last an hour and at 1pm UK time, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will make their dazzling debut as husband and wife on a horse-drawn carriage, which will work its way around the town centre so well-wishers can catch a glimpse of the newlyweds. It will no doubt remind fans of similar scenes that played out duri...
WALLIS SIMPSON AND EDWARD VIII Although she was still married to her second husband when they met in 1931, the Prince of Wales couldn’t help but be drawn to Wallis Simpson. Charming, sophisticated, always impeccably dressed and with an American’s instinctive lack of servility towards the monarchy, she was unlike anyone the Prince had ever met in the court presided over by his father King George V, a man who didn’t believe in putting jokes in speeches or appearing in public without a top hat. After his father’s death, Edward reigned for only 10 months, giving up the throne in 1936 to forge a new life as the Duke of Windsor with his beloved Wallis. The advent of a less conservative social order has meant history has judged his striking American wife more kindly than was the case then. Wa
Planes Banned From Flying Over Prince Harry, Meghan Markle Wedding Venue Planes and drone are not allowed to fly over the Windsor Castle grounds on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding. The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) announced on Saturday night that the airspace above the St. George Chapel where the "Suits" star and the Duke are set to exchange "I do's" will be restricted on May 19. Thus, aeroplanes and drones are prohibited in the area. According to CAA, the flight ban was requested for "safety and security" reasons. However, some believed that it was done on purpose because there are constantly planes flying over Windsor Castle and it's noisy. It might distract the guests as well as the bride and groom as they exchange their vows. Aircraft flying low over the castle have ca...
Prince Harry SECRETLY introduces Meghan Markle to ‘very significant person’ in his life PRINCE Harry has secretly introduced his future wife Meghan Markle to a “very significant person” in his life following the couple’s visit to Cardiff on Thursday, it has been revealed. Tiggy Legge-Bourke took the role of the ginger royal’s motherly figure after the death of Princess Diana in 1997 - Harry was only 12 when he was told of the tragic loss. A source said that the prince “couldn’t wait” to introduce his former nanny to Meghan Markle. They said: “Harry couldn’t wait to introduce Meghan to Tiggy." They also told The Sun: “Although the two women are very different, they got on famously. “She’s a very significant person in Harry’s life, almost like a mother-figure, as she looked afte
Meghan Markle citizenship: Will Prince Harry’s bride lose American passport when she weds? MEGHAN MARKLE will marry Prince Harry in May, but the American-born TV star won’t automatically become a British citizen on her wedding day. Will she keep her American passport? Meghan Markle, 36, will marry Prince Harry, 33, in May this year after 18 months of dating. An American citizen, Meghan will become part of the Royal Family when she marries. But will she become a British citizen? And will she retain her American passport? Harry’s communications secretary has spoken about Meghan’s immigration status, and said she would be "compliant with immigration requirements at all times” He continued: “I can also say she intends to become a UK citizen and will go through the process of that, whi