Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are to visit Cardiff to celebrate the people, culture and heritage of Wales. In a video posted by the official Twitter account of Kensington Palace, Harry, who donned a navy coat, was seen cheerfully greeting a group of kids who held the flag of Wales.
The royal-to-be stayed warm in a satin-bowed Stella McCartney coat (yours from Harrods for a cool $1,939) and gave a nod to Wales in a pair of tailored pants by Welsh label Hiut Denim.
The Royal Love Story will begin at the moment Prince Harry and Meghan Markle met, and continue all the way through their dealing with the media and the intense attention surrounding their lives together. "They were so cute honestly", an eyewitness shared.
One woman told Sky News she told Meghan she wanted to see the ring for herself and noted "It's just as sparkling as you are", to which the princess bride replied: "I am a very lucky lady". Interestingly, the children's names were Harry and Megan.
During a tour of the 2,000-year-old building, Meghan and Harry will be treated to performances from musicians and poets, will meet leading athletes, and learn how organisations are promoting the Welsh language and cultural identity.
We're also sure she would have accepted the gift graciously, as it was clearly given in good faith.
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Later, hundreds of well-wishers lined the street outside the Star Hub, in the Tremorfa area of Cardiff, and cheered and screamed as they welcomed Harry and his fiancee to the community and leisure centre. They also met with young women from the UsGirls project, which aims to address the barriers that prevent many young women from taking part in sport.
Brand has urged his fans to sign the petition as a present to the couple and to put pressure on Slough Council to do something to help the homeless.
Though this wedding is proving to be going against the grain of tradition in many ways, there are still some rules Meghan will have to follow, especially because she will be joining a family who sets the bar high when it comes down to following proper etiquette. Should they not want any, that would be fine. "However, both are keen to start a family in the future, but don't expect anything immediately", the source said.
The couple is expected to tie the knot on May 19 at St. George's Chapel in Windsor Castle.