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Meghan Markle’s Birthday Gifts: What She Can and Can’t Keep

09 August 2018, 01:56 | Myron Mathis

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry announced their engagement in November 2017

Meghan Markle and Harry

Another expert, Grant Harrold, who specializes in etiquette, said that Meghan and Harry will, both, be too busy with their royal duties. He revealed: "If Meghan had much more makeup on, her face would have been the focus and not the gracefulness of her dress".

He told People: "I asked her that: 'Do I bow to you?"

Anxious about the "hysteria" surrounding the Duchess of Sussex, the royal has issued a stern directive to friends to keep their lips shut about the pair, with anyone breaking the code of silence immediately booted out from the inner circle. Discover why her royal husband adored her bridal beauty look so much...

After the wedding, Daniel posted a message to the Duchess on his Instagram page, writing: "My dearest Meghan, Thank you from the bottom of my heart for allowing me to be a part of such a memorable day, not only in your life, but in history". She is not a hard client to make look lovely.

An insider explained: "Kate's well aware of what Meghan is going through". Meghan and Harry celebrated her birthday in the English countryside this past weekend.


Fast forward to now, and Meghan, 37, is in the midst of newlywed bliss after tying the knot to Prince Harry in May.

Meghan has always stuck to a low-key make-up routine, previously claiming it takes her no more than five minutes to get ready in the morning and she prefers light make-up to let her freckles show. After all, her new friend Stella's ethics perfectly align with some of the causes closest to her heart. I made her the duchess she is today.

'That is my favorite kind of look.

"Meghan stepped out in dark-color like someone attending a funeral, and did she deliberately flaunt her bra for the camera?" Teddy eyeliner, which is a really lovely brown that has some gold in it'.

The insider claims that the Emmy's said they would've hoped Meghan would use the final chance to say goodbye to numerous people she has gotten to know over the years.



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