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The anatomy of a royal engagement: If Prince Harry pops the question, he's up against years of protocol

Last Thursday, it’s said, a Ford Galaxy with blacked-out windows crept across the forecourt of Buckingham Palace towards the Queen’s private entrance, its two passengers, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, off to meet his grandmother for tea. 1,369 more words


Paddington Bear dancing with Duchess Kate is a delightful thing that happened

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The Duchess of Cambridge got on famously with Paddington Bear on Monday during a surprise appearance at a charity event in West London. 129 more words


Riders pull off 'W' over Ottawa Redblacks after trailing on the road:StarPhoenix daily update for Sept. 30, 2017

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Meghan Markle wore this Aritzia dress to the Invictus Games. Now it's sold out

VANCOUVER — Actor Meghan Markle gave fashion retailer Aritzia a boost after donning a dress sold by the Canadian company during the Invictus Games, where royal watchers hotly anticipated her first public appearance with beau Prince Harry. 152 more words


Prince Harry and Meghan Markle: Pictures of their oh-so casual public debut in Toronto

Two years ago, he spoke wistfully of hoping to find someone to sit next to him and share the pressure of royal life.

On Monday, Prince Harry’s dream came true, as he was joined by girlfriend Meghan Markle for a picture perfect first official appearance side-by-side. 498 more words


Going public: Meghan Markle cheers Prince Harry as he opens Invictus Games in Toronto

It was the biggest public milestone of their relationship so far, as Meghan Markle stepped into the spotlight to support Prince Harry for his Invictus Games. 626 more words


'Unconquered': Why the Invictus Games mean so much to Prince Harry

Like many great ideas, it started somewhere between inauspicious and accidental.

It was March 2008, and a young army officer was flying home from Afghanistan: not because he wanted to but because he’d been ordered to. 1,294 more words