Meghan Markle: Everything you need to know about the duchess new favourite designer Safiyaa

Meghan Markle: Everything you need to know about the duchess\ new favourite designer Safiyaa

Sarah Ferguson: Old Fergie is back, thanks to Meghan Markle & Queen | Daily Star

But behind closed doors, the royals are just like any other family and during more light-hearted engagements, they greet each other with kisses. Prince Charles has been known to plant a kiss on his mother's hand on more than one occasion. Let's take a look at some of the Queen's sweetest PDA moments, starting with the monarch and the Duchess of Cambridge…

Fans are hardly ever treated to photos of Kate informally greeting the Queen, but on Christmas Day in 2013, the Duchess was snapped bending down to kiss her grandmother-in-law.

SARAH Ferguson has admitted she nearly cried at Meghan Markle and Prince Harrys wedding after realising the old Fergie is back.

The Duchess of York continued: "It was very nerve-wracking and I'm glad I didn't trip over… I kept thinking of Diana in my heart and I thought of my mum and my father… Jack was standing there and he came towards me with his open arms." Sarah revealed her delight at the crowd cheering for her on her arrival, saying: "I wanted to cry [when the crowd cheered]. It was extraordinary and I looked around like, 'Are they doing that for me?'. Then someone shouted 'Fergie'."

The Duchess of York, known as Fergie, made the admission on ITV chat show Good Morning Britain today during a rare interview.

Daily Star Online had reported how she “couldn’t stop thinking about Princess Diana” at Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s wedding.

We also told how she reacted to claims she and Prince Andrew are back together – with royal fans bombarding them with pleas to re-marry.

With another grandchild on the way, Prince Charles has taken the time to thank royal fans for their well-wishers following the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's baby announcement. Royal blog account, called Crown Replies, shared the lovely note the heir to the throne sent after receiving various congratulatory cards. The message from Clarence House read: "The Prince of Wales asked me to thank you for your recent letter, which you have sent following the announcement that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are expecting their first child."

But Fergie also revealed during the interview that she was close to tears at the Royal Wedding – having been snubbed from Prince William and Kate Middleton’s big day.

The note concluded: "His Royal Highness is grateful to you for taking the trouble to write as you did, he was touched by your kind words of support and has asked me to send you his warmest thanks and very best wishes." Last month, Prince Harry and Meghan – who tied the knot inside St George's Chapel in Windsor in May – announced the happy news that they are expecting their first baby.

Presenter Piers Morgan reminded her how, during her arrival at Windsor Castle, “you stepped out of the car and everyone went nuts”.

The Duchess of Cambridge paid a visit to University College London on Wednesday morning and looked radiant in a chic Paule Ka skirt suit that she worn many times before. The royal was at UCL to learn more about Developmental Risk and Resilience Unit in the Psychology & Language Sciences Division of the Neuroscience Laboratory. The Duchess met with Professor Eamon McCrory, Co-Director of the unit. We're sure you'll agree, Kate looked stunning for the morning's events. The royal opted for the same shade as the Duchess of Sussex wore wore maroon at the Hubbs Kitchen earlier this morning. 

Sarah Ferguson opens up about attending Prince Harry and Meghans royal wedding

“I really sort of looked around and thought ‘are they doing it for me?’, then someone went Fergie and it was like the old Fergie is back.

How Meghan spends DAYS preparing her speeches

The Duchess singled out Meghan and Harry for inviting her to their wedding, and hinted that it was a big turning point in relations with the Royal Family since her divorce from Andrew.

The Duchess is interested in championing the importance of providing solid social and emotional foundations for children to support their development and emotional resilience as infants. Kate set up a group of practitioners and academics earlier in 2018 who meet to discuss ways to make a positive difference to the lives of children by focusing on their early years.

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“I felt very honoured and grateful to Harry and Meghan to invite me,” she said. “That is a big, big thing.”

“And I thought of my mum, and my father would say, “Come on, the show goes on, get on with it”, and he always taught me to walk tall. And, as I came round the corner that made me cry, the kind people [waiting outside] that had been so lovely… It just was very moving.”

But Fergie heaped most of her praise on the Queen, saying: “I think Her Majesty is an incredible lady, and what an icon to the country.

“I just think Her Majesty is an incredible lady and what an icon to the country and one of the finest people in the world Ive ever met. And I just think Her Majesty leads by such example, so inclusive, to include me is a wonderful gesture.”

“(She is) one of the finest people on the world I’ve ever met. Her Majesty leads by such example that to be so inclusive, to include me, it is a wonderful gesture.”

The Duchess of York has opened up about how touched she was to be invited to Prince Harry and Meghan Markles royal wedding in May – and revealed what the late Princess Diana would have thought on the day.

Fergie also joked how “Her Majesty knew me from when I was a little naughty aged 10”, adding: “I still am a little naughty aged 10!”

In an ABC News special Meghans New Life: The Real Princess Diaries, which airs Thursday royal experts reveal how the Duchess took the unusual step of preparing her own speeches during the recent royal tour.  

Princess Eugenie and Beatrice’s mum had been appearing on the ITV chat show this morning to launch a charity campaign.

I asked a palace aide, “has she written this herself?”, as thats quite unusual for the royals, theres usually other people, he recalled. This was all her, shes been up for days working on this speech.

She is patron of Street Child, a UK charity that aims to create educational opportunity for some of the most vulnerable children in Africa and Asia.

And its not just the preparation thats unusual, but also the subject matter Meghan chose to tackle in Fiji and later in an another speech in Wellington where she spoke about womens empowerment. 

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