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HH Sheikh Hamdan’s Latest Photo Features Three Generations of the Dubai Royal Family Together

HH Sheikh Hamdan’s Latest Photo Features Three Generations of the Dubai Royal Family Together

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HH Sheikh Hamdan Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Crown Prince of Dubai, has once again shared an adorable family photo on his Instagram. The post shows HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, and Sheikh Hamdan holding a stroller with the latter’s two twin children, Rashid and Shaikha, whose faces have been covered with heart emojis by the prince. This one-of-a-kind photo featuring three generations of the Dubai royal family has reached approximately 500,000 likes in less than one day, and was also commented on by other members of the family including ‎‏HH Sheikha Latifa bint Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, and HH Sheikha Mozah Al Maktoum.
Currently, the royals are spending their summer holiday in the UK. In the photo, the twins are seen wrapped up in their seats with their helmets on as they stroll down a scenic garden that appears to be the royal family’s vacation spot in the country. Sheikh Hamdan captioned this wholesome picture with three hearts – red, blue, and pink.
The Crown Prince appears to be having an eventful summer, complete with quality time with the family in the UK. He has shared many other highlights from his trip, including his visit with the twins to the stables, and a unique video of his”racing pigeons”.
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This isn’t the first time Sheikh Mohammed has been pictured with his grandchildren. Shortly after their birth last year, the Dubai ruler was seen in yet another heartwarming family photo of him cradling the twins in his arms, at what may have been his residence.
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Pictures: 9 Of Meghan Markle’s Best Summer Looks

Pictures: 9 Of Meghan Markle’s Best Summer Looks

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The Duchess of Sussex is known for her polished style with a personable edge. From waving the flag for sustainable fashion in brands like Stella McCartney and Gabriela Hearst, to doubling down on glamour in Givenchy and Emilia Wickstead, Meghan Markle knows how to make a statement with her sartorial choices. Her summer style is just as unforgettable.
Whether wearing a lightweight Veronica Beard shirt dress while on a royal tour in Cape Town, or a tailored jacket with straight-leg blue jeans for a more casual day, the Duchess’s warm-weather ensembles prove that her style credentials are as versatile as they come.
Below, the best summer outfits the Duchess of Sussex has worn to date.

July 18, 2022
Giving tailored Bermuda shorts the royal treatment with pumps and a clutch bag.
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July 18, 2022
Serving up a lesson in chic summer workwear at the UN General Assembly in New York City with Prince Harry.
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September 24, 2021
In a soft cashmere Loro Piana suit while visiting a school in Harlem.
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June 3, 2022
To attend the National Service of Thanksgiving for Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee, Meghan wore an all-white Dior haute couture look.
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September 25, 2021
The Duchess wore a San Gallo Couture minidress to the Global Citizen Live event in New York City.
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July 13, 2019
Nothing beats a classic crisp white button-up shirt.
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July 14, 2019
Looking radiant in a black A-line midi-dress with sheer details at the London premiere of The Lion King.
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September 23, 2019
This blue shirt dress by Veronica Beard worn with Banana Republic pumps is exactly what’s needed when the temperature rises.
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14 July 14, 2019
The Duchess wore a blue-and-white striped Ralph Lauren shirt with white tailored trousers and a matching hat to Wimbledon.
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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Donate to a Grieving Family in Their Children’s Names

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Donate to a Grieving Family in Their Children’s Names

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry with their firstborn, Archie. Photo: Instagram.com
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have made a generous US $5,000 (AED 18,365) donation in the name of their children, Archie and Lilibeth, to a grieving family who suddenly lost their nine-year-old boy. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex made this selfless donation through a joint account and donated it directly to the fundraiser GoFundme, which was set up for the Zajfen family.
Based in Los Angeles, the family has been in shambles over the loss of their son with the mother, Kelly McKee Zajfen resorting to Instagram to let out her sorrow. The 42-year-old mother announced the tragic death of her son via her Instagram on Friday. The former model wrote: “My sweet baby boy. My world is shattered into a million pieces. I have little ability to breathe. Walk. Function. Sit. Stand. You left this Earth and left behind so many people who loved you. I don’t know how I’m able to go on. How I can function. How I can be the light and have joy ever again but I’m going to try. Try hard for your beautiful twin sister.”
While Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s connection to the Zajfen family still stands unclear, Markle’s ex-husband, Trever Engelson alongside his wife, Tracy Kurland were also found to make a $1,000 donation to the family. This could either mean an old friendship between the families or an acquaintance. The GoFundMe page was launched by a friend of the Zajfen family, Kate Jefferson. She was hoping to serve the ulterior purpose of raising funds for the Zajfen family so that they can grieve the loss of their boy at ease.
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Rarely Seen Tiaras To Go on Display at Buckingham Palace Tomorrow as Part of Summer Opening

Rarely Seen Tiaras To Go on Display at Buckingham Palace Tomorrow as Part of Summer Opening

The Queen photographed by Dorothy Wilding in 1952. Photo: Royal Collection Trust
The summer opening at Buckingham Palace this year will celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee with a special exhibition that revisits the monarch’s portrait sittings with photographer Dorothy Wilding. Platinum Jubilee: The Queen’s Accession, will not only showcase 24 of these historic images but will also see the jewelry that she wore in the portraits going on display alongside them.
The first sitting took place just 20 days after her accession to the throne and saw her wearing many jewels that held sentimental value. Many of the pieces were gifts, including a sapphire and diamond Cartier bracelet which was given to her by her father as an 18th birthday present, as well as a diamond necklace presented to her by the government of South Africa on her 21st birthday. One also gives us an insight into Her Majesty’s own tastes: the Nizam of Hyderabad necklace, a platinum necklace set with 300 diamonds, which she chose herself from Cartier as a wedding gift from the Indian ruler. She topped off this suite of jewels with the Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara, a wedding gift from her jewelry-collecting grandmother, Queen Mary.
The girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara. Photo: Royal Collection Trust
Another photographic sitting was organized just months after this first, in order to show the Queen wearing a coronet, which was thought to be more suitable for official use on stamps and currency. The Diamond Diadem, originally commissioned for King George IV’s coronation, was chosen. It was until recent years still worn by Her Majesty for the State Opening of Parliament but is now deemed too heavy.
The Vladimir Tiara. Photo: Royal Collection Trust
Images from the Queen’s final sitting with Wilding in 1956 are particularly special, as they were commissioned by the Bank of England but never used. They show her wearing the Vladimir Tiara, sometimes dubbed her favorite diadem, and another she inherited via her grandmother. It was originally made for Grand Duchess Vladimir of Russia in 1874 but was sold by her daughter to Queen Mary after the Russian Revolution and the execution of Tsar Nicholas II and his family.
The Queen photographed by Dorothy Wilding in 1956. Photo: Royal Collection Trust
Wilding had previously photographed Royal Family members including a young Prince George (later the Duke of Kent); and Elizabeth’s own parents, becoming the first woman to be awarded a Royal Warrant to be the official photographer to a king and queen at their coronation. Although English herself, Wilding also photographed a number of film stars and celebrities on both sides of the Atlantic, including Noël Coward, Cecil Beaton, Vivien Leigh, Anna May Wong, Tallulah Bankhead, Nancy Astor, Gertrude Lawrence and Sir Norman Hartnell.
Originally published in Tatler.com
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Meghan Markle Gives Formal Dressing a Summery Spin in a Crisp White Shirt and Navy Shorts

Meghan Markle Gives Formal Dressing a Summery Spin in a Crisp White Shirt and Navy Shorts

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The Duchess of Sussex kicked off her week the right way in chic summer workwear. Walking arm in arm with Prince Harry at the UN General Assembly in New York, she dressed for the occasion in a figure-hugging pocketed midi-skirt, a crew-neck top, black Manolo Blanhik BB pumps, a gold Cartier Tank Française watch – the same timepiece beloved by Princess Diana – and a Mulberry Bayswater tote.
Hours later, for lunch with feminist leader Gloria Steinem at the Crosby Street Hotel in SoHo, she continued her smart streak in tailored navy Bermuda shorts from Dior, which she cinched at the waist with a tan Ralph Lauren belt. She teamed her city shorts with a white blouse and another pair of her beloved Manolo BBs – this time in a tan shade. The Duchess swapped her does-it-all Mulberry Bayswater bag for a beaded pouch from Cult Gaia.
The Duchess and Steinem recently took part in a conversation with award-winning journalist and founder of News Not Noise, Jessica Yellin, to speak about the terrifying overturn of Roe v Wade. In the discussion, published by British Vogue, the three women considered the impact of the ruling and the future implications of what this could mean for the rights to same-sex marriage, same-sex relationships and contraception.
When asked by Yellin what this moment requires, the Duchess responded: “Unity – really listening to people, understanding the Constitution was written at a time when women were second-class citizens. We’re not. Certain things need to change.”
Originally published in Vogue.co.uk
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Meghan Markle Stepped Out for Dinner With Prince Harry in the Perfect Date-Ready Jumpsuit

Meghan Markle Stepped Out for Dinner With Prince Harry in the Perfect Date-Ready Jumpsuit

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The Duchess of Sussex has had a whirlwind trip to New York so far, beginning with an appearance at the United Nations, then a meeting with Gloria Steinem, and lastly, dinner with friends at Italian restaurant Locanda Verde, accompanied by Prince Harry.
For her evening look, Meghan Markle opted for a monochrome jumpsuit by Gabriela Hearst, featuring a strapless neckline and cut-out detailing at the back. Finishing off the sleek look, she accessorized with a Bottega Veneta pouch bag and strappy Aquazzura heels, while wearing her hair in a low ponytail.
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It’s not the first time Meghan has championed eco-minded designer Gabriela Hearst. The Duchess often sported the designer’s cult Demi bag during her first official engagements as a royal. She also opted for a custom navy dress by the Uruguayan-born designer during a royal tour of New Zealand back in 2018, and she chose a tailored blazer by Chloé – which installed Hearst as the brand’s creative director in 2020 – for a visit to a non-profit in Amsterdam in April this year.
Meghan’s latest Gabriela Hearst look is in keeping with her wardrobe of elevated staples – her Dior city shorts, worn earlier in the day, are another example of that. All the better if they come with the sustainability credentials to match, too.
Originally published in Vogue.co.uk
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Ambassador Hend Al Otaiba Marks History in Arab Designers for the First Visit of President Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan to France

Ambassador Hend Al Otaiba Marks History in Arab Designers for the First Visit of President Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan to France

UAE Ambassador to France Hend Al Otaiba in Khyeli and patrimony Chaumet with Noura AlKaabi UAE Minister of Culture and Youth
Her Excellency Hend Al Otaiba, the first ever woman Ambassador to France for the United Arab Emirates donned a made-to-measure gown by Emirati designer Ahmed AlKhyeli for the French state dinner at Versailles Palace, Monday evening. The soirée, hosted by President Emmanuel Macron and First Lady Brigitte Macron, was held in honor of the first visit of His Highness Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan to France as President of the United Arab Emirates. This is President Mohammed’s first global visit; His Highness stated, “I was pleased to arrive in France, a close strategic ally of the UAE, and meet my friend President Emmanuel Macron.” The President continued, “Our countries enjoy longstanding partnerships across many fields. We look forward to further collaborations and strengthening ties towards a prosperous future.” The President was accompanied by Sheikh Hazza bin Zayed, Deputy Chairman of Abu Dhabi Executive Council; Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed, Deputy Prime Minister and minister of the presidential court; Sheikh Hamed bin Zayed, Managing Director of Abu Dhabi Investment Authority; and Her Excellency Noura bint Mohammed Al Kaabi, Minister of Culture and Youth, among others.
Khyeli gown worn by Ambassador Hend Al Otaiba for the occasion of the first visit of UAE President Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan to France. Photo: Courtesy Khyeli
AlKhyeli, whose couture house Khyeli is established in London, shares, “When I launched the brand, I knew I wanted to create for women of value. I can’t think of a better way to celebrate that intention, the union of Emirati creativity and its political leaders. To design for the first female ambassador of the UAE in France honors our devotion to women who live to make change and deeply moves me and the team that supports me on my creative journey.” He explains that the gown is made of 20 meters of pure silk georgette and lined with seven meters of pure silk satin. The skirt is made of 12 panels of widely cut georgette that allow for a smooth transition between the sculptural 12-piece bodice and the fabric rich hem. The gown was finished with some 120 Swarovski crystals hand sewn to the neckline. It took over 150 hours to complete the custom-made look with a seamstress hand delivering it from London to Paris ahead of the state dinner.
Bow-knot corsage ornament Joseph Chaumet, 1922 worn by Her Excellency Hend Al Otaiba for the occasion of the first visit of HH Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan as President of the United Arab Emirates. Photo: Courtesy Chaumet
To honor this unique moment in history, and to mark the occasion, the French high jewelry maison Chaumet bestowed Her Excellency a magnificent, 100-year-old patrimonial bow-knot corsage brooch designed by its founder Joseph Chaumet. Made in 1922, it features baroque natural pearls, diamonds, gold, and silver, and is inspired by the ribbons dear to Queen Marie-Antoinette and the jeweled garlands of the Belle Epoque. Chaumet’s bow-knots symbolize the bonds of love and affection in the tradition of sentimental jewelry. The eternal tie between two beings, the knot that is carefully tied and presented to the world claims a pledge of serene love. Chaumet President Jean-Marc Mansvelt remarked that he considered the opportunity to bestow the patrimony piece for Her Excellency for this occasion an honor for the maison. The director of patrimony Claire Gannet was on-hand to personally pin this remarkable piece of jewelry on Her Excellency’s Khyeli gown, with its Middle East team having had collaborated at all hours with the Paris-based patrimony team to secure the jewelry, which otherwise never leaves its Place Vendôme address.
Ambassador Al Otaiba and esteemed colleagues in Paris to receive the Emirati delegation. Her Excellency is wearing Ashi. Photo: Instagram.com/uae_embassy_paris
Preceding the state dinner, Ambassador Al Otaiba partook in state meetings, choosing Paris-based Saudi designer Ashi for a made-to-measure two-piece skirt suit in her signature cream hue. The suit, made of crepe and light as air, was an elegant choice for the the particularly blazing summer’s day heat. The jacket silhouette is inspired by the New Look era led by Dior, marking the influence of women’s soft power. “Being Saudi and Her Excellency Al Otaiba from the UAE—for me, this embodies the spirit of collaboration between the two countries,” remarks the couturier. “I was honored to contribute in my way.”
Ashi skirt suit for Ambassador Hend Al Otaiba for the occasion of the first state visit of President Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan to France. Photo: Courtesy Ashi
Ashi provided a further look—a crepe tuxedo shirt and pleated skirt—which Ambassador Al Otaiba chose to wear to receive President Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan at the airport on Sunday. This look offered a chic nod to the tuxedo, traditionally embodying empowerment, and elegance. The skirt is soft and pleated, also in eggshell white, a signature hue of the couture house. “It’s very empowering to both women and men to have an Arab woman take this position. To have the opportunity to work with Her Excellency closely during these moments has been an honor for myself and my team.”
Ashi tuxedo suit for Ambassador Hend Al Otaiba for the occasion of the first state visit of President Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan to France. Photo: Courtesy Ashi
Below, take a closer look at Her Excellency Hend Al Otaiba on the special day.
President Emmanuel Macron greets his guests
Her Excellency with President Emmanuel Macron and His Highness Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan
A closer look at Her Excellency Hend Al Otaiba’s silk Khyeli gown, worn with the Chaumet patrimony brooch

Forget Florals—This Is the Summer Print Kate Middleton Can’t Get Enough Of

Forget Florals—This Is the Summer Print Kate Middleton Can’t Get Enough Of

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Much has been made of the Duchess of Cambridge and Princess Diana’s shared love of polka dots. When Kate Middleton wears the cartoonish print, comparisons are immediately drawn to Lady Di’s spotted Sloane Ranger looks. Claims of the royal paying homage to her late mother-in-law are bandied around, and royal style watchers go wild for fashion history seemingly repeating itself then and now.
Rarely do we stop and think that the Duchess might simply like the Minnie Mouse motif for the same reasons Diana did. Polka dots are immediately cheering, but possess none of the saccharine quality of florals. They appear zany, without treading into animal print territory, which would be deemed too daring for royalty. The splashy pattern requires little in the way of accessorizing, and spells out an effortless approachability that a plain navy look can never muster. In terms of bang for your buck, the polka dot is hard working.
Kate wearing an updated version of Alessandra Rich’s kitschy ’80s dresses at Wimbledon this year. Photo: Shutterstock
High vis Alessandra Rich again at Wimbledon. Photo: Getty
It’s no wonder then that this charming print, which was originally named after the polka dance craze that captivated Europe in the mid-19th century, forms the backbone of Kate’s wardrobe, particularly in the summer when her trusty dress coats are not the answer to every formal occasion. The Duchess’s failsafe, work-for-all-occasions polka dot dresses come from Alessandra Rich, a woman who majors in polite, ladylike collared looks that toe the line between conservative and glamorous.
A My Fair Lady moment at Ascot. Photo: Getty
Continuing her ’80s style streak earlier this year. Photo: Getty
Kate’s favorite style, which has taken her from garden parties to Wimbledon, was inspired by Alfred Eisenstaedt’s 1945 photograph of a sailor kissing a stranger in Times Square, but, according to Rich, nods to Princess Margaret’s own jaunty-yet-polished take on royal dressing. “The polka dot is a powerful print for a dress,” says Rich. “It is classic but playful, sober and light, iconic and ironic.” The Italy-born, London-based designer’s prim and pretty pieces, accordingly, sell like hotcakes because of their seductive-smart flair. Kate’s own archive, including My Fair Lady white numbers and holiday-appropriate turquoise styles, looks wonderfully disarming in a sea of stuffy suits and fascinators.
Diana, Princess of Wales presenting Prince William to the world in 1982; the Duchess of Cambridge wearing Jenny Packham while carrying her new son, Prince George, in 2013. Photo: Getty
Her other polka dot purveyors are less retro, more classic royal. She chose a pale blue dotty Jenny Packham dress to introduce Prince George to the world outside the Lindo Wing in 2013 – a move that mirrored Diana’s own maternity wear with Prince William – and has a smart navy and white Emilia Wickstead shirt dress, which she dresses down with Castañer wedge espadrilles. Her nod to high fashion comes via Prada, but Kate has also been known to wear Topshop.
“The polka dot is an elegant and universal print that never goes out of fashion,” adds Rich of its endless allure. “There is never a wrong occasion for a polka dot dress.” Indeed, the Duchess has yet to prove her wrong.
Originally published in Vogue.co.uk
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Royals in Pantsuits: 28 Times Queen Rania, Princess Diana, and More Inspired Us To Power Dress

Royals in Pantsuits: 28 Times Queen Rania, Princess Diana, and More Inspired Us To Power Dress

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‘Power dressing’—the act of styling oneself to assert authority, most commonly in a finely tailored suit—has long been a fine art. In the Seventies, the trousers were flared and fabulous; the Eighties were defined by bigger-means-better shoulder pads; and by the end of 90s, it was all about a relaxed yet perfectly proportioned fit. But one theme has stuck throughout the power suit’s metamorphosis: it’s backed by a legion of ultra-stylish royals.
Princess Anne was an early adopter of women’s tailoring, wearing white suits reminiscent of Bianca Jagger in Yves Saint Laurent as far back as 1973. Later, Diana, Princess of Wales led the pack with an androgynous appeal. The Countess of Wessex took the baton in the early Oughts in a plethora of pastel sets, and now, the Duchesses of Cambridge and Sussex compete for best dressed, buttoned up in Alexander McQueen and Loro Piana. Queen Letizia of Spain keeps it bold in vivid hues, Charlotte Casiraghi opts for tweed from Chanel or Gucci, and Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden has a penchant for prints.
Those in need of some powerful wardrobe inspiration, look no further. See below some of our favorite royal tailoring moments.

Queen Rania
At the Queen Rania Teacher Academy, 2021
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The Duchess Of Cambridge

At the Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood, 2022
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Queen Letizia of Spain

At the Creade Refugees Centre, 2022
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Diana, Princess of Wales

At Wembley Stadium, 1988
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Queen Rania
At the HeForShe IMPACT Summit, New York, 2018
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Princess Anne

Visiting a theatre, 1973
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The Duchess of Cambridge

In Kingston, Jamaica, 2022
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The Duchess of Sussex 

At the Invictus Games, 2022
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Queen Rania
Jordan, 2021
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Diana, The Princess Of Wales

At the Connaught Hotel, 1997
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The Countess of Wessex

At Chelsea Flower Show, 2022
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Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden

Visiting the research vessel ‘Skagerrak’, 2022
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The Duchess of Cambridge

Visiting Ulster University Magee Campus, 2021
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Diana, Princess of Wales

At the Royal Albert Hall, 1990
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The Countess of Wessex

At the V&A Museum, 2005
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Diana, Princess Of Wales

At a gala, 1986
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Queen Letizia of Spain

Visiting La Otra Corte, 2019
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Princess Sofia of Sweden 

At the Medals of Merit presentation, 2018
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Queen Letizia of Spain

Visiting a students’ residence, 2020
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The Duchess of Sussex

With the Duke of Sussex in Ireland, 2018
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Queen Elizabeth II

At King Edward VII Hospital, 2003
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The Duchess of Sussex

At Royal Lancaster Hotel, 2018
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Charlotte Casiraghi 

At the Gucci Paris Masters, 2012
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Crown Princess Mary of Denmark

Visiting the Designloungeon, 2017
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Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden

At the Fryshuset Foundation, 2022
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Princess Eugenie of York

With Misha Nonoo at a fashion event, 2019
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Princess Isabella of Denmark

During her confirmation, 2022
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Crown Princess Mary of Denmark

Visiting the Royal Academy of Arts, 2022
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Originally published in Tatler.com
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Meghan Markle Wore an Oversized Nude Blazer During a Secret Visit to Amsterdam

Meghan Markle Wore an Oversized Nude Blazer During a Secret Visit to Amsterdam

Meghan Markle. Photo: Getty
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s visit to the Queen wasn’t the only secret trip the Duchess of Sussex took during the couple’s April voyage to the Netherlands for the Invictus Games.
In a new post shared on June 13, the Amsterdam organization Project Fearless revealed that Markle stopped by in April to act as a guest coach for one of their after-school programs for girls and nonbinary children from the ages of 9 to 14. For the occasion, Meghan Markle wore a nude blazer over a black shirt and pants. Though the designer of the blazer is unconfirmed, one Markle fan account believes it to be by Chloé. Markle’s hair was let down in loose waves.
“Earlier this year, Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex, joined our first Entrepreneurship course as a guest coach,” Project Fearless shared on Instagram. “During her visit, she gave the girls inspiring and encouraging feedback on their sustainable business pitches, and enthusiastically joined in with a group exercise on facing fears.” (See the photos below.)

Meghan Markle praised the after-school programs in a statement shared by the organization. “Safe, supportive spaces like Project Fearless allow girls the opportunity to express themselves, build each other up, gain resilience, and tackle new challenges,” the Duchess said.
Following the couple’s private visit with Queen Elizabeth in April, which happened to mark Meghan Markle’s first time in the U.K. since their move to the states in 2020, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex brought their children to London to celebrate Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee in June.
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Though the couple reportedly introduced their one-year-old daughter, Lilibet Diana, to her great-grandmother, the family mostly remained out of the spotlight. Based on photographs from the festivities and reports from royal experts, the couple did not spend time with Kate Middleton and Prince William.
“For [Meghan and Harry], being here is all about honoring and celebrating the life and legacy of the queen, someone they have continued a close relationship with,” royal expert Omid Scobie said during an appearance on BBC Breakfast. “We know that is not the same with the other royal family members.”
Originally published in Glamour.com

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