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Meghan Markle kisses her Prince in delight as Harry triumphs at polo

Meghan Markle has been snapped planting a sweet kiss on her husband Prince Harry's lips after he and his team won a polo match in Santa Barbara.The Duchess of Sussex, 40, was pictured in a sweet display of affection with Harry, 37, after presenting her husband with Lisle Nixon Memorial cup at a polo tournament on Sunday. Meghan channeled traditional Hollywood glamour as she attended the event in a black and white polka dot blouse, white floaty shorts and a black sun hat with a large trim and black court toe heels.The polka dot look was very similar to an outfit Harry's mother Princess Diana once wore to a polo match in 1987, where she was pictured kissing Prince Charles.
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Royal fans ask Queen to keep Meghan and Harry 'out of Britain' after 'sideshow' warning
Queen has been warned that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's presence at the Platinum Jubilee next month could result in them being an unwelcome 'sideshow' to her special weekend.Her comments come ahead of the events taking place from June 2 to June 5 to celebrate Her Majesty's 70 years on the throne, which Harry and Meghan said they were "excited and honoured" to be invited to.But last week royal commentator Camilla Tominey said it is important the Duke and Duchess of Sussex do not take away the limelight from working members of the family, including Princess Anne, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Earl and Countess of Wessex.She said it is vital next month’s celebrations are about the Queen.Speaking to The Telegraph, she explained: “You can include the Sussexes, but you don’t want some sort of Harry and Meghan side show going on when the main event must be HMQ the Queen and equally there will be other members of the Royal Family who are still doing the daily grind who will resent being overshadowed by Harry and Meghan even if they don’t admit it.“You’re not going to want to have the likes of Princess Anne and the Earl and Countess of Wessex for instance who day in day out plant trees, unveil plaques and go to the openings of royal envelopes only to have the media completely focus on Harry and Meghan who aren’t playing a role at all in the so called family.”Many online royal fans appeared to agree with her statement, with one saying that their "self-serving antics" could draw "bad attention" to themselves.Another even said that the pair "should not have been invited in the first place" following their public criticism of the Royal Family.Meghan and Harry will not be seen alongside the Queen on the balcony of
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Meghan and Harry visit could 'overshadow' Queen and working royals at Jubilee - expert
Queen has been warned she cannot have a Prince Harry and Meghan Markle "sideshow" at her Platinum Jubilee celebrations because it would create resentment among other Royal Family members.Royal commentator Camilla Tominey said it is important the Duke and Duchess of Sussex do not take away the limelight from working members of the family, including Princess Anne, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Earl and Countess of Wessex.She said it is vital next month’s celebrations are about the Queen.Speaking to The Telegraph, she explained: “You can include the Sussexes, but you don’t want some sort of Harry and Meghan side show going on when the main event must be HMQ the Queen and equally there will be other members of the Royal Family who are still doing the daily grind who will resent being overshadowed by Harry and Meghan even if they don’t admit it.“You’re not going to want to have the likes of Princess Anne and the Earl and Countess of Wessex for instance who day in day out plant trees, unveil plaques and go to the openings of royal envelopes only to have the media completely focus on Harry and Meghan who aren’t playing a role at all in the so called family.”Her comments come ahead of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee, taking place from June 2 to June 5, which Harry and Meghan said they were "excited and honoured" to be invited to. But the pair will not join the Queen on the balcony of Buckingham Palace because that privilege is only reserved for working members of the Firm.To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters hereThis will be the first time the Queen meets Harry's daughter, Lilibet Diana.
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Meghan Markle's makeup artist reveals surprising secret wedding detail nobody knew about
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle celebrated their fourth wedding anniversary on May 19, but now a secret detail from the big day has been revealed by a close pal of the former actress.Meghan's pal of many years Daniel Martin, who is also a professional makeup artist and did the Duchess' glam look on the big day, has revealed a secret from the 2018 royal wedding.Meghan and Daniel met seven years before her wedding day, and at the time, in 2011, Meghan was a big-time actress and was filming her hit TV show Suits in Canada.Sharing the secret detail on social media, fans of the royals are likely to be shocked by the revelation.On May 19, Daniel decided to congratulate the pair on their four year wedding anniversary by taking to Instagram to share a sweet post – with a hidden message.Sharing a snap of Harry and Meghan on their wedding day on his Instagram Stories, the snap he shared was of an aerial shot of three cars driving through the crowds towards Windsor Castle.He penned: "Happy Anniversary M & H," alongside the throwback snap. As well as wishing the couple a happy wedding anniversary, he also dropped a secret detail that nobody knew about before.He drew arrows to the middle of the car and said that he and Meghan's hairstylist were inside one of the cars.It was known before that Daniel had breakfast with Meghan and her mum Doria Ragland prior to the wedding later that morning.But it was not known that he travelled with Meghan on the day to the wedding venue at St.
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Prince Harry's 'constant battle' highlighted by family's pal Bear Grylls 'Shift in focus'
Prince Harry's "constant battle" with mental health has been addressed by Running Wild presenter, Bear Grylls.Speaking exclusively to Express.co.uk, the adventurer and climate activist, 47, spoke candidly about the issue of mental health as well as the launch of his Gone Wild Festival following the coronavirus pandemic.The Running Wild presenter previously told how he struggled from the death of his father when he was younger.Bear wrote: "When my father died unexpectedly I was just a young man, so I sought out counselling."I did it covertly because I was embarrassed that I needed help, and felt overwhelmed and panicked by silly stuff."Sharing it helped, and reminded me of the fundamental truth that the first step toward empowerment is honesty," he previously told GQ Magazine.READ MORE: Last year, Harry spoke candidly about his struggles in the docu-series, The Me You Can't See, which saw him speak to talk show host Oprah Winfrey about his mental health battles.Harry had also previously shared how he had "shut down all of his emotions" following the death of his mother, Princess Diana, at just 12 years old.When asked about how it felt to hear the Prince's revelations about his mental health, the Channel 4 host admitted that it is a "constant battle" for lots of people.Bear answered: "I think mental health is a key part of all of our lives."It's really right and proper that there has been a shift in people's focus to realise that you got to look after your mental health in the same way you've got to look after your physical and your spiritual health and your emotional health."And, you know, it's a constant battle as well for so many veterans," he added.The star went on: "It's a big focus for the charity that we raise money
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Harry's 'ludicrous' parenting of Lilibet and Archie criticised by royal expert
Prince Harry’s comments about the safety of the internet have been criticised by a royal expert, who observed that Archie and Lilibet won’t old enough to access social media for some time.The prince recently attended a webinar hosted by youth charity 5Rights Foundation, where he reiterated his stance on the dangers of online harm for young people.The Duke of Sussex expressed a concern that his “two little ones” will “never have to experience the internet as it exists now” and called for a safer digital environment.However, speaking to Talk TV, royal expert Angela Levin picked apart the Duke’s comments and suggested that the young age of Archie and Lilibet meant this was a largely hypothetical scenario.“If one is three and the other is nearly one, they’re not going to be on the internet for some time yet,” she suggested.“And by the time they become teenagers, I don’t think the online stuff is going to be anywhere like what it is [now], and they won’t want to do it because it will be stale and old.“So it’s a ludicrous thing to start preparing a child at the age of nearly one, they’re just not ready for it.”Angela also criticised Harry’s suggestion that it is the job of people making money on the internet to “keep us scrolling".“He’s making an awful lot of money out of Spotify and Netflix and not doing very much for it, so I think it’s pot calling the kettle black,” she observed.Meghan Markle was recently dealt a setback when her original animated series Pearl was scrapped amid huge cuts made by the streaming giant.
Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, KCVO ADC (born Henry Charles Albert David; 15 September 1984 is a member of the British royal family. He is the younger son of Charles, Prince of Wales, and Diana, Princess of Wales, and is sixth in the line of succession to the British throne.
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