If there is any bittersweetness in the approaching nuptials of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, it's what happened yesterday, the inevitable dismantling of all of the Suits star's social media channels.
After the announcement of the engagement, Markle said she was excited to take on the role of royal wife because of the opportunity to focus entirely on philanthropy and charity. No member of the Royal Family is allowed to have individual social media accounts.
During the interview she distanced herself from comments about a tweet she posted which was widely interpreted as criticising Harry after he said his relatives were the family his actress fiancee "never had".
Meghan had shared photos of her pet dogs, pictures of her philanthropic trips across the world and her occasionally clicked selfies. In contrast, Meghan Markle was born to Thomas Markle and Doria Radlan in 1981, meaning that she is now 36.
When you're feeling a little down there's nothing like a laugh with your best mate to lift your spirits and for Prince William that laugh usually comes from his brother, Prince Harry. Jaggers says that the couple appeared to be "very inspired by all the young people they met".
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UCF fans continued to troll the college football world when they put up a billboard asking Alabama for a home and home series. In addition to the highest season-ending ranking, it was the highest ranking UCF has ever achieved in the AP Top 25.
Prince William revealed that Harry has not yet asked him to be a part of the wedding during a group discussion for the Campaign Against Living Miserably, a project that hopes to prevent male suicide.
The crooked relative is said to be demanding US$1.5 million a year in hush money...for life, according to National Enquirer.
While Meghan herself hasn't made a statement about her decision, her impending May 19 wedding probably has something to do with it. The Queen has granted permission for the ceremony to be held in the place of worship, which seats approximately 800, and core aspects of the wedding, including the service, music, flowers, decorations and reception, will be paid for by the royal family.
Meghan Markle's sister appears to have accused her of neglecting their father financially.
Although she lived with her mother in Los Angeles, Ms Markle also spent a great deal of time with her father.