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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are set to welcome their first child into the world in the spring of 2019 and it looks like the parents-to-be have already started thinking about baby names.

Prince Charles accidentally shared two potential names that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have on their list.

The royal family tend to opt for traditional family names, like Arthur, Elizabeth, George and Albert but it looks like the lovebirds may be straying away from tradition.

There isn’t as much pressure on Harry and Meghan to choose a classic royal family name as the chances of their children becoming King or Queen are slim.

Prince Charles confirmed this by revealing that Kylie and Shane have the potential to make the couple’s name shortlist.


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He gushed about his grandchild during a reception celebrating Australia House: “Incidentally ladies and gentlemen my son Harry tells me that during their recent tour of Australia, he and his wife were offered countless thoughtful suggestions for the naming of their forthcoming baby.

"Just between us, I suspect that Kylie and Shane may possibly make the shortlist, but ladies and gentlemen I would not hold your breath for Edna or Les,” the grandfather joked.


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Meghan and Harry have been extremely quiet about names they’re considering but the dad-to-be did mention one name he’d love for their daughter.

During their royal tour in Australia Harry said he adored the name Harriet; probably because of how similar it is to his own.


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Fans of the Duke and Duchess are hoping they’re going to honour Harry’s late-mum by naming their firstborn Diana if they have a daughter.

We’ll just have to wait and see when the springtime rolls around.



We are in the midst of royal baby mania; all eyes are on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex as they continue their tour of Australia, baby bump in tow.  

The couple's first child is due in the spring of next year, and naturally, the public is as excited as the parents-to-be themselves. Baby names, royal protocol, it's all currently the subject of intense speculation, but the royal couple is keeping sweetly quiet about it all. Well, almost.    

It seems Prince Harry can't contain his enthusiasm about his future son or daughter, and an adorable moment that was captured on video, he can be heard revealing his gender preference for his first child to a fan in Australia.

"I hope it's a girl!" a well-wisher can be heard saying to the Duke of Sussex. "So do I," Harry happily responds.


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Adorable or what?

The couple has enjoyed a jam-packed schedule as they tour Australia but the royal family are taking precautions; over the weekend, Kensington Palace announced in a statement that the couple has "decided to cut back The Duchess's schedule slightly," over the next few days during their ongoing 16-day royal tour of Australia and its neighbours.

Meghan, who is reportedly around 14 weeks pregnant, is said to be doing fine with Harry encouraging her to rest and pace herself.   



Princess Eugenie has shared a never-before-seen wedding snap and our hearts just can’t cope.

The gorgeous bride and husband Jack cuddled their bridesmaids and page boys in the beautiful shot that was taken at Kensington Palace.

The photo was taken by British photographer Alex Bramall. He said it was an “honour and a privilege" to capture Eugenie and Jack’s special day on camera.


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Eugenie captioned the snap: “Jack and I would like to thank everyone who was involved in making our day so special and for all the wonderful wishes as we start married life laughing together.”

The lovebirds tied the knot on Friday, October 12. The star-studded wedding ceremony took place at St. George’s Chapel on the grounds of Windsor Castle.


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The pair shared a kiss on the steps of St. George’s Chapel after their touching ceremony.

The wedding was like something out of a fairytale. The groom couldn’t even hold back his tears when his darling wife entered the church.


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Jack sobbed as Eugenie was escorted up the aisle by her dad the Duke of York.

Apparently, Jack said: “Oh… my heart… Oh, break my heart,” as Eugenie walked up the aisle.

Eugenie and Jack exchanged vows in front of celebrity friends and members of the royal family. Queen Elizabeth II and husband Prince Philip were in attendance, as well as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Charles and a host of celebrities.

Talk about relationship goals, am I right?



Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tied the knot in the most magical May wedding this year. Their love story is like something out of a fairytale and we couldn't be more jealous. 

They may be one of the most-loved celebrity couples of the 21st century, but like all of us, former Suits actress Meghan couldn’t help but worry after her first date with the prince.

A close friend of the royal couple set them up on a blind date back in 2016. 

Meghan only had one question to ask about her now-husband when her friend recommended going on a date with him.


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All she asked was “Is he nice and kind?”

The couple enjoyed an “intoxicating first date” but Meghan was extremely worried about one thing in particular.

According to royal biographer Andrew Morton, the Duchess of Sussex was afraid she came across as too eager after she agreed to a second date with the prince.

"As she relived that fateful evening in her mind, she perhaps wondered if she had been too eager to accept his invitation to meet again the following day.”

We’re sure the Duke of Sussex was thrilled when Meghan agreed to a second date: "They were mesmerised by one another, Harry enthralled by her beauty, sophistication and perceptiveness.”

Now if only we could find a fella like Prince Harry.


From Tuesday, July 10, to Wednesday, July 11 Dublin will be welcoming two very regal visitors.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are set to visit our lovely capital, and they've got a jam-packed schedule.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are visiting invaluable institutions in Irish life during their trip, so they are, of course, stopping by Croke Park.


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They'll mingle with figures from Ireland's sports, military, arts, and social enterprise sectors at a summer garden party at the British Ambassador's residence, BreakingNews.ie reports.

The couple also has the chance to learn all about the Republic's rich past during their visit to Trinity College, which is set to include a look at the Book of Kells.

Harry and Meghan will observe a moment of reflection at the Famine Memorial during their trip.

Afterwards, they will visit EPIC, the Irish Emigration Museum, which recounts the story of the 10 million Irish people who have spread across the globe.

The Duke and Duchess are set to speak with kids and young people participating in free coding workshops in DogPatch Labs, a co-working space for technology start-ups. They will also be talking with female tech entrepreneurs.

Their schedule is rounded out with official meetings with President Michael D. Higgins and Taoiseach Leo Varadkar.


Stop what you're doing and prepare for a second dose of Royal wedding fever, because Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are rumoured to be enjoying some quality time in Ireland as we speak. 

According to reports, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are staying at the 5 star  Ashford Castle in Cong, Co. Mayo, which has previously played host to other high-profile guests such as John Lennon and former US President Ronald Reagan.

Locals in the area claim there's a huge security presence around the grounds of the castle, with all perimeters and local roads being patrolled. 

It was previously reported that the newlyweds would likely travel to Ireland shortly after their wedding, however it was originally thought that the pair would attend a series of events over the two-day visit. 

While there has been no official confirmation of a Royal presence in Ireland, all signs seem to indicate the newlyweds are in town! 


One of the most striking things about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's wedding was just how much thought went into every last detail of their big day.

Meghan Markle's veil was embroidered with 53 flowers to represent each Commonwealth country, and her dress' dramatic train is thought to be a nod to Princess Diana.

That attention to detail was even seen in the naming of the tables at the wedding reception. 

Meghan's friend Janina Gavankar recently opened up to Town & Country about her friend's wedding, including this very touching (and pretty hilarious) aspect of the reception.

Janina said that the newlyweds named their tables after foods that are pronounced differently in the US and UK, as a cheeky tribute to their home countries.

"Potato, potato, tomato, tomato, oregano, oregano. It was so sweet. There were so many nods to the beautiful mash-up of two cultures," she said.

We adore this! So many couples use their wedding as a way to express their personalities, histories, and what their future together will look like.

We have to wonder if they chose food names in particular because the couple so enjoy cooking together – yet another example of a personal touch integrated into their wedding day!

As more comes out about their wedding, we can't help but fall in love with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex even more!


On Saturday, St. George’s Chapel was full of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s nearest and dearest, however, there was one very special person missing from the celebrations- Harry’s dear mum, Princess Diana.

Harry lost his mum when he was a mere 12-years-old and there’s no doubt in our minds that he was missing her more than ever on his wedding day.

The 33-year-old made sure his mum was still part of this exciting chapter of his life.

Both Meghan and Harry made sure to honour Diana throughout their wedding day and they did so in the most subtle and classy way.

Meghan’s bouquet featured Diana’s favourite flowers- forget-me-nots, which Harry picked from their own personal garden in Kensington Palace on the eve of their wedding day.

Diana’s family were also present at the wedding ceremony, with Earl Spencer, and Diana’s sisters attending. Her sister Lady Jane Fellowes delivered an emotional speech about a mother’s love for her son.

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The touching reading was one of the most special parts of Harry and Meghan’s ceremony, “Set me as a seal upon your heart, as a seal upon your arm; for love is as strong as death, passion fierce as the grave.”

As the newlyweds headed off for their private evening reception, Meghan was sporting a stunning aquamarine ring, which belonged to Diana. It is understood that the ring is her ‘something borrowed’. Meghan wore white pumps with baby blue soles for her ‘something blue.’

Diana may not have been there to celebrate their marriage, but Harry knows she would have been thrilled for him: “She’d be over the moon for me, but she would have been best friends with Meghan."


Harry and Meghan shared so much of their special day with the public, but when it came to the evening reception they wanted to keep things private.

Prince Charles hosted a lavish event for the newlyweds and 200 of their family and friends at Frogmore House.

They were joined by some of the biggest celebrities including Amal and George Clooney, Elton John, Serena Williams, and Meghan’s Suits co-stars.

A firework display lit up the sky above Windsor towards the end of their late night celebrations.

It sounds like the festivities went on until the early hours of the morning, and now details of their private celebrations have been released, including their first dance song.

According to The Telegraph, the pair danced to Whitney Houston’s 1987 hit I Wanna Dance With Somebody.

Rumour has it the classic pop song is a favourite of Meghan’s, with the former actress describing it as her happy song.

Harry and Meghan’s wedding was nothing like the royal weddings of the past. The pair were applauded for their modern wedding that merged both of their cultures. From Reverend Michael Curry’s inspiring sermon to the moving reading by Diana’s sister, Lady Jane Fellowes about a mother’s love for her son.

The pair’s vows also highlighted the change they’ll bring to the royal family. Meghan decided not to vow to obey her husband. They were praised by the public for keeping the word obey out of their vows.

In another modern move, Harry and Meghan were named husband and wife, instead of being named “man and wife.”

Oh, how we wish we received an invite to Harry and Meghan’s big day.