Published: Fri, June 01, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Merle Christensen

Two Harry and Meghan doccies on VIA this week

Two Harry and Meghan doccies on VIA this week

Following much pre-wedding speculation, the creator of Meghan's wedding dress was revealed as Clare Waight Keller of Givenchy.

Meghan closed all of her own social media accounts and her blog, The Tig, a few months before her wedding.

While Meghan Markle has divided the opinion of some royal family fans, it would be safe to say that the new Duchess of Sussex is changing the family for the better.

In January 2016, Meghan posted an anti-Brexit message during the week of the United Kingdom referendum - two months into her relationship with Prince Harry.

Harry added: "It's not easy for anybody, but I know that at the end of the day she chooses me and I choose her and whatever we have to tackle together or individually will always be us together as a team, so I think she's capable of anything".

Luckily for the former Suits actress, it's not like she had to bid adieu to all photoshoots.

Meghan shared a picture of a sign which read: "If EU leave me now you take away the biggest part of me". This photo, I'm afraid, is not acceptable.

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He has made 156 appearances for Shakhtar, scoring 14 goals and winning three Ukrainian Premier League titles. He added: "It's an honour to be on the radar of great European coaches".

"If she wants to do the morally and religiously right thing then she will and I'm open to that", she said.

Several publications have called the Duchess's influence "The Meghan Markle Effect". And it reminds us a little of William and Kate's indoor photo released at the time of their engagement, which was a touch more formal than Harry and Meghan's outdoor shots (and perhaps more in keeping with Granny's style?).

"To break the cycle of poverty, and to achieve economic growth and sustainability in developing countries, young women need access to education", she wrote.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, the Queen, and Prince Charles and Camilla, are often gifted presents whilst out on official royal duties. Royal correspondent Omid Scobie told Elle.com that any location mentioned in the press would be off the post-wedding reception table because of safety concerns.

Josh Duboff, a senior writer for Vanity Fair covering entertainment and culture, told CNBC, "Brands have noted kind of immediate effects in terms of the influence she has, in terms of her bags, her clothes, her fashion, sunglasses she wears".

He also reportedly said that he actually has an adequate retirement fund and doesn't need his daughter's help, but believed she would definitely help him if he asked.

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