Friday, 18 May 2018

Meghan And Her Mother Head To Their Hotel After Tea With The Queen

Meghan and her mother, both wearing high heels, arrive at the hotel on the National Trust's Cliveden Estate
Meghan Markle said she is feeling "wonderful" on the eve of her wedding to Prince Harry.
As she arrived with her mother Doria Ragland at the luxury Cliveden House Hotel after meeting the Queen for afternoon tea, the actress was beaming as she posed for photos with her mother before being greeted by the hotel general manager.

Prince Harry and the Duke of Cambridge earlier met their adoring fans outside Windsor Castle, with just hours to go until Meghan and Harry tie the knot.
Harry, looking relaxed wearing an open-necked white shirt and light jacket, waved to the crowds and chatted to his brother before making a beeline to talk to a young girl waiting among the crowds outside.
Meghan Markle's mother Doria Ragland waves as she arrives at her hotel on the National Trust's Cliveden Estate (PA)
He shook hands with dozens of well-wishers. Flanked by his best man, William, the pair chatted and joked with those gathered outside the castle.
At one point Harry was handed a small teddy bear wearing a red sweater, which he gave a quick hug before moving on to speak to a young boy sporting a red, white and blue crown-style hat.
When asked how he was feeling, Harry, replied: "Great."
Earlier today it was confirmed that Prince Charles will walk Meghan down the aisle on Saturday, not her mother, who had been the bookies' favourite.
Not long now: Prince Harry greets wellwishers outside Windsor Castle (REUTERS)
Kensington Palace said Meghan had asked the Prince of Wales to accompany her down the aisle at Windsor. The statement added: “The Prince of Wales is pleased to be able to  welcome Ms Markle to The Royal  Family in this way.”
The decision came after days of speculation over who would perform the task. Traditionally it is the bride’s father who “gives her away”.
Harry and William on walkabout in Windsor today (AP)
Meghan’s 73-year-old father was unable to travel from his home in Mexico following a heart operation this week.
Thumbs up: Harry greets fans (PA)
Former Suits actor Meghan  confirmed in a statement yesterday that he was too frail and appealed for him to be given “space” to recover.
Prince Harry (L) and his best man Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, greet well-wishers on the street (AFP/Getty Images)
It is understood that orders of service have been printed saying that the bride “will be accompanied by her father” — as was originally agreed — when she marries Harry.
An elated Prince Harry waves at fans during a walkabout in Windsor (PA)
Ms Ragland, who flew in to Heathrow on Wednesday, is expected to spend half an hour with the Queen today. She has also met the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their children.
Meghan appeared to be taking a difficult week in her stride as the royal family, her mother and friends rallied round. 
William and Harry emerge from the gates of Windsor Castle to greet well-wishers (PA)
The bride-to-be was pictured with Prince Harry being driven down Windsor Castle’s Long Walk yesterday for final rehearsals.
London-based couture house Ralph & Russo was hotly-tipped as her dressmaker after the label designed the black and gold gown she wore for her engagement photographs. 
The last-minute preparations came as Mike Tindall, the former England rugby captain who married into the royal family, said he was welcomed with open arms by them, and that Meghan should just try to enjoy her wedding day.

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