Pages

Friday, 18 May 2018

Prince Charles To Walk Meghan Markle Down The Aisle For Royal Wedding To Prince Harry

Image result for Beaming Meghan and her mother arrive at their hotel after tea with the Queen

MEGHAN Markle and her mother Doria Ragland have arrived at the hotel where Ms Markle is spending her last night as a single woman.
Despite all the family drama the 36-year-old has endured this week, when asked by reporters how she was feeling she said she was “wonderful, thank you.”
The former Suits actor looked calm and collected as she smiled and shook hands with staff at the ritzy Cliveden House Hotel.

Meghan Markle, left and her mother, Doria Ragland, arrive at Cliveden House Hotel, in Berkshire, England. Picture: AP
Meghan Markle, left and her mother, Doria Ragland, arrive at Cliveden House Hotel, in Berkshire, England. Picture: APSource:AP
Ms Markle looked glamorous in a navy off-shoulder dress and nude heels. Ms Ragland, a 61-year-old yoga instructor and social worker from Los Angeles, looked equally polished in a cream dress, black jacket and black heels.
The pair briefly waved at the waiting media with Ms Markle putting a gentle hand on her mother’s back as they walked up the hotel’s steps.
They were dropped off at the hotel in a black range rover which was escorted by police on motorbikes.
Earlier in the day Ms Markle and Harry introduced her mother to the Queen and Prince Philip over afternoon tea.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle arrive at Windsor Castle. Picture: MEGA
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle arrive at Windsor Castle. Picture: MEGASource:Mega
Ms Ragland has previously been described by her daughter as her best friend. Ms Markle introduced her to Harry back in 2016 when he visited Toronto for the Invictus Games.
The Cliveden House Hotel has 37 rooms, with some of the best suites costing more than $2600 per night.
It was built in 1666 by the 2nd Duke of Buckingham as a gift to his mistress.
Overlooking the River Thames, the hotel has played host to a number of famous guest over the years including British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, car manufacturer Henry Ford and even Mahatma Ghandi.
It has long held a royal connection and was the 19th Century Home of Prince Frederik of Wales. Queen Victoria also visited during her reign.
Ms Ragland will accompany her daughter in the car that drives them to the wedding on Saturday.
HARRY, WILLIAM IN SURPRISE WALKABOUT
PRINCE Harry and his brother William have left Windsor Castle to greet fans camped out for the wedding in a surprise walkabout.
Harry was beaming as he walked the streets of Windsor alongside his brother and best man William.
Britain's Prince Harry (L) and his best man Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, (R) greet well-wishers on the street outside Windor Castle in Windsor. Picture: AFP
Britain's Prince Harry (L) and his best man Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, (R) greet well-wishers on the street outside Windor Castle in Windsor. Picture: AFPSource:AFP
The Princes stopped to shake hands and chat with the members of the public some of whom have spent days camping out to ensure they get the best spot for wedding.
Harry was wearing a grey suit jacket with a white shirt and navy trousers. William was dressed similarly in a black suit jacket, white shirt and dark trousers.
Flanked by the police, the pair were smiling and appeared relaxed as fans screamed in joy and grabbed their phones to take photos with the Princes.
Britain's Prince Harry reacts as he greets crowds in Windsor, near London. Picture: AP
Britain's Prince Harry reacts as he greets crowds in Windsor, near London. Picture: APSource:AP
Harry made an effort to talk to children in the crowd, at one point bending down to chat with a young boy and girl who were at the front of the barricade.
Harry also took a teddy bear that was given to him by one fan back to castle.
MEGHAN, HARRY, DORIA HAVE TEA WITH THE QUEEN
Earlier, Harry and Ms Marklearrived at Windsor Castle to have afternoon tea with the Queen.
The couple, were joined by Ms Markle’s mother Doria Ragland at the castle, and were driven in a black Range Rover into the castle grounds.
They looked visibly calmer than when they were photographed yesterday and were smiling and waving to the crowds through the vehicle’s tinted windows.

No comments:

Post a comment