During a service at Westminster Abbey, the Duchess of Cambridge appeared to catch her husband laughing to himself in an adorable moment that was captured on camera.
Harry was then seen laughing as he responded to his wife, while Meghan did her best to hide a smirk from her face.
But her latest sartorial move is admittedly surprising, as the New Zealand-born designer, whose pieces are regularly worn by the Duchess of Cambridge, reportedly criticised Meghan's Givenchy bridal gown.
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The head of Peshawar city police also informed media representatives that some 8 kilograms of explosives were used in the attack. Another party worker, Yaseen Khan, said a deafening explosion rocked the compound as Haroon Bilour shook hands with supporters.
The Duchess of Sussex looked stunning in a demure, belted black dress from Dior with her favored boatneck neckline and a wild, Stephen Jones fascinator that she makes look chic.
Well-connected Meghan has a close bond with the French designer and, as well as choosing his glamorous designs for red carpet appearances, Meghan has given him a string of social media shout-outs.
For a touch of "Markle Sparkle", she showcased loose curls (after having worn her locks in a slick side bun throughout the day) and donned earrings by her go-to Canadian jeweller, Birks.
Well, that certainly seems to have been the case when Harry and Meghan popped over to Dublin for the Royal Visit to Ireland and got treated to an inordinate amount of bottled water.
For 100 years the RAF has defended the skies of Britain, preventing conflicts, delivering aid and combating cyber threats while working in partnership with other services.
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Nearly all of Trump's activities will be outside the city: He'll meet the Queen at Windsor Castle, not Buckingham Palace. Protesters will also hold a "Carnival of Resistance", holding stalls, talks and music against the US President.
The centrepiece of RAF100 is today, with a service in Westminster Abbey, followed by a parade in The Mall and spectacular flypast over Buckingham Palace.
The RAF, which is the first-ever independent air force, split from the British Army and Royal Navy in April 1918.
Jeff Spicer via Getty Images Queen Elizabeth II at the RAF centenary celebration.
On Tuesday, they were greeted by Taoiseach (Irish Prime Minister) Leo Varadkar at Government Buildings in Dublin.
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The British agency said Facebook may have had a "missed opportunity" in 2014 to have thwarted Kogan's activities on the site. The ICO said it expects to have wrapped up these investigations by the end of October.