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Doria Ragland is "very happy about this lovely news"

Doria Ragland has issued a statement via the Kensington Palace press office saying she is “very happy” about the news she is expecting a grandchild. A palace spokesperson said Ms Ragland “is very happy about this lovely news and looking forward to welcoming her first grandchild.” Kensington Palace announced early on Monday morning that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are expecting…
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Duchess of Sussex expecting her first child

Kensington Palace has just announced that the Duchess of Sussex is expecting her and the Duke of Sussex’s first child. The couple is delighted with the news. The baby is expected in the spring of 2019. Kensington Palace said this morning, “Their Royal Highnesses…
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Harry & Meghan arrive at Admiralty House for a day of rest before their intensive 16-day tour begins

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have arrived at Admiralty House in Sydney for a day of rest before they begin an intense 16-days of engagements across four countries. Harry and Meghan’s tour of Australia officially begins tomorrow, however, they are spending Monday free from any engagements to recover from the jetlag of their 22-hour flight. The Duke and Duchess arrived at Syndey Airport…
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Meghan goes Givenchy for Princess Eugenie's Royal Wedding

The Duchess of Sussex wore a navy coat and dress to the royal wedding of Princess Eugenie this morning. Choosing an outfit by Givenchy, Meghan returned to the site of her own wedding a mere five months afterwards, dressed by her own wedding dress designer. She paired the outfit with a hat by Noel Stewart. Like Kate, Meghan has tended towards choosing her wedding dress designer for major events.
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Portraits of British royalty go on display for first time in US

Houston’s Museum of Fine Arts has just opened a new exhibition featuring portraits from as recent as Princes William and Harry to as far back as the Tudors. The 150 images span over five centuries as was created in partnership with the National Portrait Gallery in London which lent a number of portraits that have never been seen in the United States. The exhibition’s co-curator David…
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