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The Duchess of Sussex opened up about her relationship in the new documentary Harry & Meghan: An African Journey.
Every member of the British royal family seems to have a nickname. For example, the Duchess of Cambridge calls her daughter "poppet," and perhaps, in a nod to the French phrase mon petit chou, Prince Philip reportedly calls the Queen "cabbage." (That saying also translates to ...
 
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The Duchess of Cambridge is using social media to reflect on the royal tour of Pakistan.
The Duchess of Cambridge is no stranger to Instagram. Her royal duties have been thoroughly documented on the Kensington Palace account for years. But she had yet to post on the social media platform herself until October 20.That evening, Kate shared a series of ...
 
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"Landmines are an unhealed scar of war," he said. "By clearing the landmines, we can help this community find peace, and with peace comes opportunity."
Prince Harry is continuing his mother's legacy in Angola today, and furthering her groundbreaking work in the fight to eradicate landmines.This morning, he visited a de-mining camp in Dirico and walked the grounds to see the work of the landmine clearance charity The HALO ...
 
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Just like Ellen DeGeneres said!
It's been some time since royal watchers have gotten a good look at Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's months-old baby, Archie. But they finally did yesterday, when Archie joined his parents to meet Archbishop Desmond Tutu, and it was immediately clear who the ...
 
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She chose to go without her signature accessory for the day's events.
The Duchess of Sussex only touched down in South Africa this morning, but she's already getting good use out of her tour wardrobe; Meghan appears to have worn three different outfits on her first day in Cape Town.Shortly after her arrival, Meghan was photographed ...
 
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Even the Duchess keeps it casual on occasion.
With the Trooping the Colour celebration behind them, Prince William and Kate Middleton are off to Cumbria for a day of royal engagements. According to Kensington Palace, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge plan to "celebrate the resilience and spirit of rural and farming communities ...
 
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They'll pick up Princess Diana's humanitarian work where she left off—among many other things.
Not long after the birth of baby Archie, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are already planning their next diplomatic trip. According to ITV, the couple will undertake a royal tour of Africa, visiting Angola, Malawi, and South Africa.It's not clear yet what Harry and Meghan intend ...
 
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The royal couple had a jam-packed two days in the region.
After a quick royal tour of the Republic of Ireland, Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, returned to U.K. soil to visit Northern Ireland. The royal couple had a whirlwind trip through the region, visiting a series of charities, places of ...
 
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Before the couple arrived in the country on Sunday, no member of the British royal family had visited the country since it came under communist rule.
Before Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, touched down in Cuba on Sunday, no member of the British royal family has stepped foot in Cuba since Fidel Castro established the communist state in 1959.In February, Clarence House confirmed that the royal ...
 
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For decades, royals have thoroughly enjoyed their trips to the province.
Northern Ireland, the lone section of Ireland governed by the larger U.K., has long been a must-see for members of the royal family. From a young Queen Elizabeth's visits to the province with her parents, to Prince William and Kate Middleton's surprise 2019 ...
 
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The prince helped celebrate the operation's 50th anniversary.
Today, Prince Harry has traveled all the way to Bardufoss, Norway to perform his responsibilities as Captain General of the Royal Marines. He's visiting Exercise Clockwork, a military operation based 200 miles inside the Arctic Circle. The Prince is slated to meet ...
 
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No member of the royal family has visited the country since it came under communist rule.
During a visit to the U.K. Supreme Court, Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, revealed that she and her husband were planning a historic visit to Cuba.No member of the royal family has stepped foot in the country since Fidel Castro established the communist state in ...
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