Monday, 25 December 2017

Playful Meghan Is A Real Crowd-Pleaser As She Pokes Out Her TONGUE While The Royals Attend Church On Christmas Day

Royal Family out for Christmas Day in Sandringham
Meghan Markle has become the first fiancee to join the Royal Family at Sandringham for Christmas - with huge crowds lining the streets to catch a glimpse of Prince Harry's bride-to-be. She stepped out in an eye-catching brown beret and wrapped up warm against the chilly winter temperatures in a beige coat which she tied up at the front. Meghan, 36, clutched on to her Royal beau and proudly displayed the engagement ring that Harry himself designed before their engagement in November. 

The couple walked alongside Prince William and Kate Middleton, who proudly wore a tartan coat in a nod to the secret trips she took to Anstruther in Scotland with her then-fiance. It is the first time the two women have been pictured together since Meghan and Prince Harry revealed their impending nuptials to the world last month

The Suits actress stepped out in a wide collar camel wrap coat, made by Canadian luxury brand Sentaler, which tapered in around the waist and flared out at the hem, for the St Mary Magdalene Church Christmas service.
In a cheeky moment, Meghan Markle is pictured sticking her tongue out while waving at the assembled crowds outside the church
Matching her camel coat with a chestnut-brown felt hat, Meghan wore a pair of coordinating £630 Stuart Weitzman's Hiline high-heeled suede boots.

Meghan, 36, clutched on to her Royal beau Prince Harry and proudly displayed the engagement ring that he designed before their engagement in November.

Christmas Day at Sandringham is one of the big draws of the festive season and some had queued since before dawn to catch a glimpse.

Many royal fans were keen to see the Queen after she missed last year's service with a heavy cold. But numbers were no doubt swelled by the prospect of seeing Miss Markle, 36, who is due to marry Prince Harry at Windsor on May 19.

Fortunately for her, other young royals were there to whisper some friendly advice. As they left the church, William and Harry could be seen chivalrously guiding Miss Markle through what was to come next. 

The Fab Four: This picture taken by an onlooker shows Prince William and Kate Middleton walking hand-in-hand - alongside  'couple of the moment' Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who performed a curtsy for The Queen as she embraced Royal traditions
Meghan Markle, pictured right with her fiance Prince Harry, walked alongside Kate Middleton and Prince William, pictured left

Harry gesticulated towards the waiting crowds, with whom they would be expected to chat to as they walked back up to the main house.
Miss Markle could be clearly seen to nod thoughtfully and mouth 'yes' in reply to the prince. She had, unusually for a royal fiancee, been invited by the Queen to join the official festivities.

At 91, the monarch is much more relaxed about protocol these days, and genuinely delighted to see her grandson so happy.
Meghan seemed at ease as they smiled and chatted during the short walk to St Mary Magdalene Church alongside William and Kate, who is pregnant with her third child and showed off a small baby bump beneath a striking £2,655 tartan Miu Miu coat.
It is the first time the two women have been pictured together since Meghan and Prince Harry revealed their impending nuptials.

The Queen arrived at the service later by car wearing an eye-popping orange jacket with a matching intricate floral hat.
She completed her look with a £900 round handbag in brown leather and caramel suede with a gold coloured handle made by Chloe, while a pair of Maison Birk diamond earrings added a touch of sparkle to Ms Markle's classy ensemble.
They are the same £3,500 Snowflake design earrings she wore to her Buckingham Palace dinner last week.  

While the Queen travelled to church by car, most royals walked the half mile or so. As is tradition, they did not stop on their way into church.
The service began with the National Anthem and was followed by carols including O Little Town Of Bethlehem, Hark! The Herald Angels Sing, Angels From The Realms Of Glory and O Come All Ye Faithful. Afterwards the younger royals headed towards the crowds to collect flowers and gifts.

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