The trio all wore similar vibrant purple attire, which is the colour that has always been associated with royalty and, in the past, was only allowed to be worn by close members of the Royal Family, Harper's Bazaar reports. We have an inkling that the Northwestern University alumna is the type of person who's good at everything she puts her mind to, so she's plenty capable of crafting her own bun. This includes her popular Instagram account along with her Twitter account. Her Facebook page had almost 800,000 likes. "It was fantastic to see Meghan wear M&S, and we have been thrilled with the customer response", said a Marks & Spencer spokesperson.
Being a tradition for the British Royals to not have any personal social media account, Markle had to shut down all the accounts.
Those trying to click through Meghan's past posts looking for shoutouts to former castmates or best breakfast recommendations were met with a dispiriting message that they were no longer available.
Her last Instagram post was a farewell to The Tig, which she shut down in April previous year.
Ms Markle and Prince Harry will then visit Star Hub, a community and leisure centre in Tremorfa to see how the centre uses sport to engage young people.
My damp handshake represented the fact that, for many black women in the UK, Markle's forthcoming ascension to the title of Duchess really means something; a stamp of approval from what is still, unfortunately, regarded as an important societal hierarchy.
However, we imagine we'll be seeing quite a bit of hair touching come her wedding on 19 May... In fact, a source close to Meghan Markle has stated that the two met from time to time for family functions, but otherwise, had no real connection with one another due to their separate lives. But, it would be fine as pictures will be shared by the official Kensington Palace accounts.
When asked about if Prince Harry has asked him to be the best man, Prince William recently made a very interesting confession.
There has been speculation over who will walk Markle down the aisle, with some suggesting it could be her mother, Doria Ragland.
Customer returns dead Christmas tree to Costco, gets full refund
A California woman who had bought a Christmas tree from Costco went back to return it on January 4, demanding a refund because she claimed that the tree was "dead". 4, more than a week after Christmas, but she still made sure to get her money back for the now-deceased greenery.