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Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall’s second day in The Gambia

The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall wrapped up their first visit to The Gambia on Thursday.  At a State Dinner hosted by the President of The Gambia, Prince Charles paid tribute to the country.  “The warmth of your hospitality this evening mirrors that of the welcome that my wife and I have been so touched to receive throughout our stay in The Gambia, and we could hardly be more…
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Duchess Down Under: Meghan in Givenchy for Last Day of Tour

On their last day in New Zealand, and on tour, Harry and Meghan visited the town of Rotorua for a series of engagements. Their first stop was at Te Papaiouru Marae, where the couple were given Korowai (feather cloaks) to wear for the Pōwhiri, the traditional welcoming ceremony. The couple then ate lunch there before heading to their next engagements. Meghan wore a navy Stella McCartney dress…
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Duchess Down Under: Meghan in Karen Walker on first day in Wellington

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex had a busy day in Wellington, New Zealand, after departing from Sydney on Sunday morning. After arriving at the Wellington Airport and posing with the New Zealander Invictus athletes, the couple travelled to Government House for an official welcome ceremony then visited the Pukeahu National War Memorial Park to lay ferns on the Grave of the Unknown Warrior. The…
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Duchess Down Under: Meghan in Tongan Red

Harry and Meghan bid farewell to Fiji yesterday before heading to Tonga for their two-day visit to the island nation. For their final event in Fiji, Harry and Meghan travelled to Nadi Airport for a farewell ceremony and to unveil a statue of Sergeant Talaiasi Labalaba, a British-Fijian soldier. Meghan wore a Jason Wu crepe dress in emerald green, navy Manolo Blahnik pumps, and Pippa brand bangle…
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