Each holiday season for the past two decades, the royal family retreats to Sandringham House, Queen Elizabeth's private country home in Norfolk, England. She now sits at number eight in the mid-week chart and is hoping to secure the number one spot when the official chart lands this Sunday. The royal wore her hair pulled back into an elegant low pony tail and kept her make-up natural, with a coat of pink lip gloss and subtle dark eyeshadow.
Mr Dooley said Prince Harry was "a pretty cool guy" and he was happy Meghan had found "someone that she loves". She was wearing diamond drop earrings which she debuted during her royal tour of Fiji last month.
The former actress, who was shooting TV drama series Suits at the time, also said she doesn't swear like a sailor, but admitted she uses bad language when frustrated on set, Express reports.
While Meghan Markle has been known to stray from royal tradition from time to time, the Duchess of Sussex likely won't break her new family's holiday traditions.
In fact, that's when she was officially welcomed into the family by Queen Elizabeth II.
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Prince Charles and Camilla earlier had afternoon tea with other 70-year-olds from the many charities the Prince is involved with.
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"Whatever vision we have for the countryside, we need to think carefully about how to make it happen."He added that the countryside and its people were hugely resilient, but should not be taken for granted".
Taking to the stage of the We Are Most Amused and Amazed show, the former X Factor judge commanded attention in a red hot dress.
"So perhaps this is a good moment to reflect on how rural areas have changed over the course of 70 years".
In the heartfelt moment, Prince Louis, William and Kate's youngest son, is playing with devoted grandfather Charles clutching his grandfather's hand as the Duchess of Cambridge holds the fifth in line.