The Duchess of Sussex encouraged girls to build one another up and be louder than negative voices.
As the ultimate jewellery status symbol, tiaras are mostly the reserve of royalty and aristocrats. Heirloom pieces passed down from generation-to-generation, each tiara has a history as rich as its design.There's a few you'll probably recognise, like Queen Elizabeth II’s Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara (which appears on British currency) as well as the Cartier creation Kate Middleton picked for her wedding day in 2011. But royal families on the continent have some pretty spectacular tiaras of their own, featuring gobstopper-sized sapphires and exquisite botanical motifs.
The couple stepped back as senior royals 100 days ago, but their plans have been somewhat scuppered by the pandemic.
Martin Luther King III added he was not surprised by how the Duchess of Sussex was treated.
Meghan Markle's friendship group gives a new definition to the term power squad. From her old college mates to A-list pals, Meghan's friendships span the worlds of Hollywood, sports and politics.As her star-studded New York baby shower in 2019 proved, the Duchess of Sussex's friendship group features Amal Clooney, Gayle King and her longtime tennis pro pal Serena Williams.
Prince William's share will go into the Royal Foundation and Prince Harry's share is going to Sentebale.
The duchess said racism and unconscious bias 'lies and thrives' in 'quiet moments'.
Russell Myers, royal editor at the Daily Mirror, said the queen would find the documents "disturbing reading".
This year, Wimbledon was cancelled for the first time since World War Two because of the coronavirus pandemic.The tennis tournament, which is usually a staple in the British sporting calendar, should have gone ahead between 29 June and 12 July, but the All England Club made the choice to postpone the event in April because of COVID-19 restrictions.That doesn’t stop us from taking a look back at the very best royal moments from the iconic event.From photos of a young Prince William alongside Princess Diana to a peek at one of the Queen’s four Wimbledon appearances, grab your strawberries and cream and let’s reminisce.
A Nottingham Forest fan paid £40 for have the royal faces in the stands.
Racial justice, gender equity, mental health and the environment are some of the subjects they are set to cover.