Prince Harry was *this close* to being put in a seriously awkward position at the screening of the Netflix series Our Planet in London earlier this week.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are setting the final plans in motion for the arrival of their royal baby. The royal couple is getting ready to welcome their first child in a few weeks, and inside sources claim Harry is giving everyone a cold shoulder who doubted his relationship with the former actress. The 37-year-old is expecting to have little medical interventions as she welcomes her first child.
The Duchess of Sussex, who is set to give birth any day now, recently celebrated a star-studded baby shower - which included Williams - in New York City, where she spent five days resting and relaxing with her closest friends. If the Duchess of Sussex has proved anything in her pregnancy, it's just how "Hollywood" she really is.
Kate and Meghan cheered on Serena at Wimbledon in 2018. It was a flawless headline for the press, but I think the narrative suited Kensington Palace and the royal family very well-to have this handsome, successful, aspirational, foursome. However, renovations on the country estate took longer than expected, likely because the royal couple wanted to make every inch of the home all their own.
Harry and Meghan had Frogmore Cottage renovated for six months before they moved in, and the newly-remodeled home now includes a green-energy center, a springy "floating floor" for yoga, and baby-friendly nontoxic paint.
Meanwhile, time is winding down until Meghan's late April/early May due date! "Everyone thinks it's got something to do with the royal baby, but no one is confirming anything", a source told The Telegraph.
- Google Confirms Arrival of Pixel 4 via Android Open Source Project
- Si Woo Kim holds one shot lead
- Rival factions continue fighting near Tripoli
- U.S. House committee seeks Trump tax returns from IRS
- How do you think 'Game of Thrones' will end — Tell The Tribune
- Ionescu will return for senior season with Ducks
- Fortnite Reboot Van Coming to Live Servers Next Week
- India claims space debris poses minimal threat
- Technical problems caused headaches for travelers at several major airlines
- Jobless rate rises to 5.5 per cent in March