Prince William, wife Kate bring gifts to United Kingdom forces in Cyprus


Meghan Markle, a former actress on the US TV drama Suits, married Prince Harry in May.

The Duchess of Cambridge wore the Lover's Knot tiara at the queen's annual diplomatic corps reception. "He took her side, while William defended Kate".

A friend of Mr Markle, 74, who has not spoken to her since her May wedding to Prince Harry, said he told him: "How could they be so cruel and heartless?"

Julia Roberts has been "floating" ever since she discovered Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, was inspired to act because of her.

Some people wait for the end of Halloween, or Black Friday, or the first snowfall to officially begin celebrating Christmas. However, a royal insider recently suggested that their alleged feud could have more serious consequences on the Crown itself. Although Daily Mail has already dismissed earlier speculations and claimed that both would still join Queen Elizabeth at Sandringham, Norfolk, for traditional celebration this year, the topic was too tempting for netizens to let it go. "That is what Charles and Diana did through third parties and it brought the monarchy to its knees".

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Julia also stopped by SiriusXm's "EW Spotlight" on Tuesday (December 4) to promote her new film before she bundled up while heading to her taping on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.

"Absolutely!" the royal responded in a video shared by Harry_Meghan_Updates on Instagram.

She added: "I think it is tricky that this negative press has come at a time when Meghan is probably feeling quite sensitive and vulnerable". Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, will attend Christmas functions at Sandringham with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle, respectively.

As per the royal tradition first started by Queen Charlotte, the consort of George III, the Royal Family primarily uses Christmas trees in their decorating plans. "It's really, really special".