Meghan's Calendar

Meghan's Calendar

Royal Tour Schedule


The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will undertake an official visit to Australia, Fiji, the Kingdom of Tonga and New Zealand between Tuesday 16th and Wednesday 31st October.


16 October - The first day of the tour will begin in Sydney at Admiralty House, the official Sydney residence of the Governor-General of Australia, His Excellency General the Honourable Sir Peter Cosgrove and Lady Cosgrove, who will welcome them to his home which offers spectacular views across Sydney Harbour. Representatives from each of the eighteen countries who are participating in the Invictus Games Sydney 2018 will be present.

The Duke and Duchess will then travel to Taronga Zoo to officially open the new Taronga Institute of Science and Learning.  During this visit, which will also be attended by the New South Wales (NSW) Premier, The Duke and Duchess will meet two koalas and their joeys that are part of the Zoo’s breeding programme, and visit the laboratory to meet female conservation scientists who are working on efforts to reduce illegal wildlife trafficking.

To depart the Zoo, The Duke and Duchess will travel by vessel across Sydney Harbour to the Sydney Opera House. Once inside, Their Royal Highnesses will view a rehearsal of Spirit 2018 by the Bangarra Dance Theatre, an internationally acclaimed Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander modern dance company. Upon departure, walking along the Opera House forecourt, The Duke and Duchess will have an opportunity to meet members of the public.

The first day of the visit will conclude with a Reception hosted by the Governor-General at Admiralty House, to be attended by Australians from a broad range of sectors including charity and community, business and industry, arts and culture, sport and entertainment.

17 October - The Duke and Duchess will fly to the town of Dubbo, situated on the Macquarie River, 300 kilometres northwest of Sydney. On arrival in Dubbo, The Duke and Duchess will visit the Royal Flying Doctor Service to learn more about the life-saving role the aviation service provides for people living in rural and regional areas.

With most of the state of New South Wales suffering from drought, Their Royal Highnesses will see first-hand the hardships local farmers are facing by visiting a local property.  The Duke and Duchess will then travel to Victoria Park to join people from Dubbo and surrounding areas at a picnic in the park to celebrate community spirit within the region. Members of the public are invited to attend, and His Royal Highness will give an address.

In the afternoon, The Duke and Duchess will visit a local school working to improve the education outcomes of young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. Students will open up their classrooms to present their work and participate in a session of netball and touch football drills on the school oval, highlighting the importance of sport in education.

18 October - On Thursday 18th October, Their Royal Highnesses will fly to Melbourne where the day will begin with a short walk to Government House, meeting members of the public along the way, before attending an official Reception at Government House. A diverse group of young Victorian leaders and community members will attend the Reception, including Queen's Young Leader Hunter Johnson from The Man Cave. A demonstration of various sporting activities will take place in the grounds, with ambassadors from the This Girl Can campaign.

Following the Reception at Government House, The Duke and Duchess will visit a social enterprise café which offers leadership, mentoring and training programmes for young Aboriginal people.

In the afternoon, Their Royal Highnesses will visit a primary school to meet students who are involved in sustainability programmes. Upon departure from the school, The Duke and Duchess will travel on an iconic Melbourne tram to South Melbourne beach, where they will meet volunteers from a local beach patrol programme. Here Their Royal Highnesses will learn about efforts to keep Port Phillip Bay beaches and foreshores clear of litter to reduce the negative impact on the marine environment.

19 October - Day four of the visit, Friday 19th October, will take place in Sydney. In the morning, Their Royal Highnesses will visit Bondi Beach, one of Australia’s most famous landmarks.  The Duke and Duchess will meet a local surfing community group, known as OneWave, raising awareness for mental health and wellbeing in a fun and engaging way. Their Royal Highnesses will take part in the "Fluro Friday" session, where people of all ages share their experiences of mental health issues, and will have the opportunity to interact with others enjoying yoga and surfing. Before departing, The Duke and Duchess will have an opportunity to meet members of the public gathered on the beach.

Later that morning, Their Royal Highness will take part in a youth advocate programme that aims to unite and inspire young people to be advocates for cohesion and inclusion in their communities. The Duke and Duchess will also engage with students as they discuss issues including social justice and youth empowerment.

Following this event, accompanied by the Prime Minister the Honourable Scott Morrison MP, and Invictus Games competitors, The Duke will climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge to officially raise the Invictus Flag, marking the arrival of the Invictus Games to Sydney. Their Royal Highnesses will conclude the day with calls on the Leader of the Opposition at Admiralty House, and the Prime Minister at Kirribilli House.

20 October - On Saturday 20th October, The Duke and Duchess will travel by boat to attend the Invictus Games Sydney 2018 Jaguar Land Rover Driving Challenge on Cockatoo Island. In the evening, Their Royal Highnesses will attend a Reception hosted by the NSW Premier, The Honourable Gladys Berejiklian MP, inside the Opera House, prior to attending the Invictus Games Sydney 2018 Opening Ceremony where The Duke of Sussex will give an address.

21 October - On day six, Sunday 21st October, Their Royal Highnesses will watch some elements of the Invictus Games cycling and sailing, and attend a lunchtime Reception hosted by the Prime Minister, with Invictus Games competitors and representatives from the community in the city’s central parkland, The Domain.

22 October - On, Monday 22nd October, Harry and Meghan will travel to Queensland’s Fraser Island, or K’gari as it is known by the Traditional Owners the Butchulla people, as part of the dedication of the site to the Queen's Commonwealth Canopy (QCC).

In pristine rainforest, Their Royal Highnesses will be met upon arrival by the Traditional Owners of K'gari, the Butchulla People and the Premier of Queensland. The Duke and Duchess will take part in a traditional Welcome to Country Smoking Ceremony and unveil a plaque for the dedication of the Forests of K’gari to the QCC. Traditional Owners from Bulburin National Park, the second QCC dedication site in Queensland, will also be present. Fraser Island rainforest is home to the Island’s satinay trees which, known for their hardiness in water, were used to build the London docks in the 1930s.

The Duke and Duchess will then visit one of Fraser Island’s iconic lakes to meet with local elders and national park rangers to learn about the Island’s natural beauty, rich history, biodiversity and cultural significance. From here, Their Royal Highnesses will travel to the beach to learn about the history in the Island’s logging trade, as well as its use as a training base for the Australian Z Special Unit during World War II. Their Royal Highnesses will then travel to Kingfisher Bay by boat, where the visit will conclude with a walk along the picturesque Kingfisher Bay Jetty.

23 October - The Duke and Duchess will travel by charter flight to Fiji's capital of Suva, where they will embark on a three-day programme, experiencing the rich Fijian culture and generous hospitality. On arrival, Harry and Meghan will be greeted by a Guard of Honour at the airport, before calling on His Excellency The President of Fiji at Borron House. The Duke and Duchess will then attend an official welcome ceremony in the city centre's Albert Park. The ceremony, known as the Veirqaraqaravi Vakavanua, embodies Fijian cultural identity and heritage, and will mirror in format that of the one attended by The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh in 1953. It will involve a number of traditional elements of Fijian culture, including dance performances, the presentation of the Tabua, and a Kava ceremony. Members of the public from across Suva will be invited to attend.

From there, The Duke and Duchess will leave Albert Park for the Grand Pacific Hotel to attend a Reception and a State Dinner hosted by The President of Fiji, at which The Duke will speak.

24 October - Harry will lay a wreath at the Fiji War Memorial, and meet a number of Fijian war veterans, some of whom served with the British Armed Forces. Links between the British Military and Fiji continue to this day with more than 1250 Fijians currently serving in the British Army. Their Royal Highnesses will then visit the University of the South Pacific campus in Suva, where they will observe a cultural performance on the effects of climate change, before meeting students studying subjects from agriculture to women’s development. The event will be streamed to a number of the university's campuses throughout the Pacific region. The Duke will make a short speech in his capacity as Commonwealth Youth Ambassador, and The Duchess will say a few words.

From here, Harry and Meghan's programme will split – The Duke will travel to Colo-i-Suva Forest Park, and The Duchess to the British High Commissioner’s Residence. Colo-i-Suva is an indigenous forest site housing many flora and fauna native to Fiji, and species including the Fiji Tree Frog. It is also Fiji's dedication to The Queen's Commonwealth Canopy. Before unveiling a plaque to mark its dedication and planting an endangered native tree, His Royal Highness will meet with school children, student conservators, representatives from sustainable tourism industries, and local landowners and villagers to see how the rainforest impacts upon their education and livelihoods.

Meanwhile, The Duchess will attend a morning tea at the British High Commissioner’s Residence to showcase women's organisations which operate throughout Fiji. In particular, Her Royal Highness will hear more about a UN Women's project, 'Markets for Change', which promotes women's empowerment in marketplaces throughout the Pacific. The Duchess will then travel to Suva Market to meet some of the female vendors who have become empowered through the project.

25 October - On the morning of Thursday 25th October, The Duke and Duchess will travel to the city of Nadi in Western Fiji, where they will attend a special event at Nadi Airport. After an official welcome ceremony, The Duke and Duchess will unveil a new statue commemorating Sergeant Talaiasi Labalaba, a British-Fijian soldier who lost his life in the 1972 Battle of Mirbat. The event will be attended by the President of Fiji, and senior representatives from government and the Armed Forces.

From Nadi Airport, The Duke and Duchess will take a chartered flight to Tonga, where they will be met at Fua'amotu Airport by Her Royal Highness The Princess Angelika Latufuipeka. That evening, The Duke and Duchess will visit Consular House in central Nuku'alofa for a private audience with His Majesty King Tupou VI and Queen Nanasipauʻu, to be followed by an official reception and dinner, and traditional Tongan entertainment.

26 October - The Duke and Duchess will visit the St George Building for a call on the Prime Minister S. Akilisi Pohiva and members of the cabinet. From there, Their Royal Highnesses will attend an exhibition with The Princess Angelika at the Faonelua Centre, celebrating Tongan handicrafts and products, including traditional mats and 'tapa' cloth. Their Royal Highnesses will also have the opportunity to meet local Tongan traders and craftsmen.

The Duke and Duchess will then travel to Tupou College, which is the oldest secondary school in the Pacific, founded by a British missionary in 1866. Their Royal Highnesses will dedicate two forest reserves at the school's on-site forest, the Toloa Forest Reserve, the last remaining forest area on Tonga’s main island of Tongatabu, and the Eua National Park Forest Reserve, located at the Island of Eua – to The Queen's Commonwealth Canopy. The Tupou College Boys' will perform traditional Tongan music to commemorate the event.

From Tupou College, The Duke and Duchess will travel to The Royal Palace for an official farewell with The King before departing for Sydney. That evening in Sydney, Their Royal Highnesses will attend the Australian Geographic Society Awards, an annual gathering of Australia's brightest and best in exploration, science and conservation. Their Royal Highnesses will present youth awards to honour the highest achievements in conservation and adventure, and The Duke will give an address.

27 October - The last day of the Australian programme falls on the final day of the Invictus Games. Harry and Meghan will spend the afternoon at the wheelchair basketball finals at the Quay Centre, before attending the Closing Ceremony that evening at Qudos Bank Arena. The event, at which both The Duke and Duchess will speak, promises to be a celebration of the outstanding achievements and inspiring spirit of the Invictus Games competitors.

28 October - On Sunday 28th October, The Duke and Duchess will depart on a Royal New Zealand AirForce flight for Wellington. The Sussexes will travel on the same aircraft as a number of the New Zealand Invictus Games competitors, and on arrival, will be met off the plane together by the Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.

From the airport, Harry and Meghan will attend the traditional welcome ceremony on the lawns of Government House – the residence of the Governor-General to New Zealand Dame Patsy Reddy. Their Royal Highnesses will be invited to hongi with the Governor-General’s Kuia and Kaumātua (Māori elders), before the pōwhiri, which includes a haka performed by members of the New Zealand Defence Force. The ceremony will also include a 21-gun salute, and will be attended by school children.

They will then travel to the Pukeahu National War Memorial Park. Here, they will lay a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Warrior, and will visit the newly unveiled UK War Memorial – whose design takes the form of two of the United Kingdom and New Zealand’s most iconic trees – the Royal Oak and a Pōhutakawa. This engagement will be followed by a public walkabout in the Memorial Park.

That evening, The Duke and Duchess will receive official calls from the Prime Minister and Leader of the Opposition at Government House, before attending a reception hosted by the Governor General celebrating the 125th anniversary of women’s suffrage in New Zealand.

29 October - The Duke and Duchess will visit one of Wellington’s most iconic cafes. Their Royal Highnesses will meet young people from a number of mental health projects operating in New Zealand offering support to other young people through helplines, social media, websites and school-based programmes.

From Wellington, The Duke and Duchess will travel to Abel Tasman National Park, which sits at the north-Eastern tip of the South Island, and is an area famed for its golden beaches and native bush walks. Their Royal Highnesses will be greeted by a traditional welcome ceremony on arrival, before embarking on a trail walk with one of the park’s rangers to learn more about the history of the forest and the environmental challenges of protecting the park’s habitat. Before departing, The Duke and Duchess will join some of the park’s young ambassadors and local school children at a barbeque lunch and for a tree planting.

That evening back in Wellington, The couple will visit Courtenay Creative for an event celebrating the city’s thriving creative arts scene. Courtney Creative runs programmes to give young people the tools and experience to excel in the film industry, and The Duke and Duchess will meet a number of young creatives demonstrating their skills in props, make-up, and costume.

30 October - Harry and Meghan will travel to Auckland, where they will firstly visit the North Shore to dedicate a 20 hectare area of native bush to The Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy. After unveiling the plaque, The Duke and Duchess will hear more about the ecological importance of the native bush, before joining children from the 'Trees in Survival' group in a ‘welly-wanging’ contest.

The Duke and Duchess will then join the Prime Minister to visit Pillars, a charity operating across New Zealand that supports children who have a parent in prison through the provision of special mentoring schemes. As a wedding present to The Duke and Duchess, the Government of New Zealand gifted $5000 dollars to Pillars, and they will have the opportunity to meet some of the children who have directly benefitted from this funding.

Later that afternoon, The Duke and Duchess will have the opportunity to meet the people of Auckland on the Viaduct Harbour, before attending a Reception hosted by the Prime Minister at the Auckland War Memorial Museum. This reception will include cultural performances and entertainment by members of the Pasifika community living in Auckland. The guests will be predominantly young people in the 17 to 25-year age group who are making significant contributions to the wellbeing of their communities, representing the future of New Zealand.

31 October - The final day of Their Royal Highnesses’ tour will take place in Rotorua, a town set on Lake Rotorua, renowned for its geothermal activity and Maori culture. The Duke and Duchess will firstly visit Te Papaiouru Marae, for a formal pōwhiri and luncheon.

Next, The Duke and Duchess will head to Rainbow Springs to learn more about the centre’s kiwi breeding programme. Kiwi, which are New Zealand’s national bird, have become increasingly endangered in recent years, and Their Royal Highnesses will meet conservationists working to protect the species. They will also have the opportunity to name two young kiwi chicks at Rainbow Springs.

Later that afternoon, The Duke and Duchess will head into the city for the chance to meet members of the public gathered there. They will then travel to Redwoods Treewalk Rotorua. The treewalk is a 700m-long walkway of suspension bridges between 117-year-old Redwood trees. The forest is also the home to a thriving mountain biking community that draws people of all ages to the Redwoods. The Duke and Duchess will learn more about the forest’s history as they take on the tree walk, and will then meet invited representatives of the local biking community under the forest canopy.

Harry and Meghan will return to Auckland that evening, before departing for London the following day.

2018 Past Appearances

15 October - The Sussexes touched down at Sydney Airport.
12 October - The Windsor wedding of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank.
3 October - The Duke and Duchess of Sussex made their first official visit to Sussex. In Chicester, they were shown the rare Sussex copy of the American Declaration of Independence. They officially opened the University of Chichester's Engineering and Digital Technology Park. Harry and Meghan's first stop in Brighton was the iconic Royal Pavilion. They visited Survivors' Network, a charity that supports survivors of sexual violence and abuse. The final engagement of the day was a visit to JOFF Youth Centre in the coastal town of Peacehaven.
25 September - The Duchess of Sussex attended the opening of ‘Oceania’ at the Royal Academy of Arts.
24 September - The Duke and Duchess of Sussex joined more than 200 young Coach Core apprentices for the Coach Core Awards at Loughborough University.
20 September - The Duchess of Sussex hosted a celebratory event at Kensington Palace to mark the launch of Grenfell cookbook 'Together'. Prince Harry and her mother Doria Ragland joined her.
11 September - Private Engagement - The Duke and Duchess of Sussex this afternoon received Mr Edward Lane Fox upon relinquishing his appointment as Private Secretary to Their Royal Highnesses.
6 September - The Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended 100 Days to Peace, a gala music evening in aid of Heads Together, Help for Heroes and Combat Stress.
4 September - The Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended the annual WellChild Awards at The Royal Lancaster Hotel.
29 August - The Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended a gala performance of Hamilton in support of Sentebale at the Victoria Palace Theatre.
4 August - Prince Harry was the Best Man at the Surrey wedding of Charlie van Straubenzee and Daisy Jenks. Meghan joined him for the day.
26 July - The Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended the Sentebale Polo Cup.
25 July - Private - Prince Harry's private secretary, Mr Edward Lane Fox was received by The Duke and Duchess of Sussex when Harry invested him with the Insignia of a Lieutenant of the Royal Victorian Order.
17 July - The Duke and Duchess of Sussex officially opened the Nelson Mandela Centenary Exhibition at Southbank Centre's Queen Elizabeth Hall.
14 July - The Duchess of Sussex and the Duchess of Cambridge attended the Ladies' Singles Final at the Championships, Wimbledon.
11 July - The Duke and Duchess began day two in Dublin with a meeting with President Michael D Higgins. The Royals viewed a Gaelic Sports Festival in GAA HQ. At Trinity College,  they viewed the Book of Kells. They visited the famine memorial at Dublin's docklands and toured EPIC, the Irish Emigration Museum. The visit concluded with a visit to DogPatch.
10 July - The Duke and Duchess of Sussex spent two days in Dublin, Ireland, at the request of Her Majesty's Government. They met with Leo Varadkar on Merrion Street. Afterwards, they attended a summer garden party at the British Ambassdor's headquarters.
10 July - The Duke and Duchess of Sussex joined The Queen and members of the royal family for a service at Westminster Abbey to mark the centenary of the Royal Air Force. The royals gathered on the balcony of Buckingham Palace to view a special flypast. Afterwards, Harry and Meghan attended a reception with veterans.
9 July - The christening of Prince Louis.
5 July - The Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended the ‘Your Commonwealth’ Youth Challenge Reception at Marlborough House in London.
1 July - Day Two: Audi polo challenge 2018.
30 June - Day One: Audi polo challenge 2018.
26 June - The Duke and Duchess of Sussex joined the Queen at Buckingham Palace for the Queen’s Young Leaders reception and awards ceremony.
26 June - Private Engagement - The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Joint Patrons, the Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, today attended a Board Meeting, 5 St Mary Abbots Place, London W8.
19 June - The Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended the opening day of Royal Ascot.
14 June - The Queen accompanied by The Duchess of Sussex undertook a day of engagements in Chester. They officially opened the Mersey Gateway Bridge and the Storyhouse Theatre. Her Majesty and Meghan also attended a lunch at Chester Town Hall.
16 June - The wedding of Harry's cousin Celia McCorquodale and George Woodhouse.
9 June - Trooping The Colour, The Queen's Birthday Parade.
22 May - The Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended the Prince of Wales' 70th birthday patronage celebration in the gardens of Buckingham Palace.
19 May - The Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.


Pre-Wedding Appearances -

25 April - Meghan Markle joined Prince Harry and Prince William for the Anzac Day Service of Commemoration and Thanksgiving at Westminster Abbey.
25 April - Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attended the ANZAC Day Dawn service at Wellington Arch.
23 April - Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attended a memorial service to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the murder of Stephen Lawrence and to celebrate his life and legacy.
21 April - On Her Majesty's 92nd birthday, Harry and Meghan joined members of the British Royal family gathered at the Royal Albert Hall for the Queen's Birthday Party.
21 April - Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attended a reception hosted by the Hon Malcolm Turnbull, Prime Minister of Australia and his wife Lucy, celebrating the forthcoming Invictus Games Sydney 2018.
19 April - Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attended a CHOGM Women's Empowerment reception at the Royal Aeronautical Society.
18 April - Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attended a reception with delegates from the Commonwealth Youth Forum at Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre.
6 April - Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attended the UK team trials for the Invictus Games Sydney 2018 at the University of Bath Sports Training Village.
23 March - During a packed day in Belfast, Harry and Meghan visited the Eikon Centre in Lisburn, the Crown Liquor Saloon, the Belfast campus of Northern Ireland’s next generation science park, Catalyst Inc and the Titanic exhibition.
12 March - Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attended the Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey.
8 March - Harry and Meghan marked International Women's Day in Birmingham. At Millenium Point, they attended an event which aims to inspire the next generation of young women to pursue careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM). Next, they visited Nechells Wellbeing Centre to join Birmingham's Coach Core apprentices.
28 February - Meghan joined Prince Harry and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge for the first annual Royal Foundation Forum in the Auditorium at the offices of Aviva, London.
13 February - Prince Harry and Meghan Markle carried out their first official visit to Scotland, with several engagements in Edinburgh. They visited Edinburgh Castle, Social Bite and attended a reception at the Palace of Holyroodhouse.
1 February - Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attended the annual Endeavour Fund Awards at Goldsmiths' Hall.
18 January - Harry and Meghan visited Cariff, Wales for a day of engagements. They visited Cardiff Castle, Star Hub and met with representatives from Street Games.
9 January - Prince Harry and Meghan Markle visited Reprezent 107.3FM in Brixton.
25 December - Harry and Meghan spent Christmas at Sandringham with the royals.
1 December - Harry and Meghan Markle marked a major royal milestone as they carried out their first official engagements in Nottingham. They visited the Nottingham Contemporary which hosted a Terrence Higgins Trust World AIDS Day charity fair. Next, they met representatives with Full Effect at Nottingham Academy.
27 November - The engagement of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

37 comments:

  1. Charlotte! Can I confess that I am nervous for you, now keeping up with two very active calendars? But moreso, I am exceedingly grateful for your thoughtful posts covering a breadth of issues related to the royals and always highlighting the missions of those organizations involved. This is my go-to source for informative, well-balanced, and excellent posts!

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    1. I second that. Charlotte you are a gem!

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    2. Thank you so much, 2018 is going to be one exciting year :)

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    3. Completely agree! I'm one of those crazy Americans who love following the Royal Family and I enjoy both blogs so much! Thank you for all your hard work and dedication!

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    4. Not to sound like a complete copy cat but YES I too completely agree with these posts. I also love the British Royal Family and am very thankful that you not only post their activities but also that you do such an amazing job. So thank you!

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  2. I'm with Lacy above! I rarely comment , watch frequently - and, Charlotte- I can not imagine the new workload with this! It is clear that you are a perfectionist ( I mean that positively!) and want to do everything " just right". It surely comes across in your blogs- but this could easily be too much! oh my goodness! Charlotte- you are amazing!

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  3. I agree with both of the above, and well done. Look forward to updates as they come to hand😊

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  4. Between this and Duchess Kate are my first thing I look at every morning on my computer.

    A very proud Canadian

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  5. WHAT A MARVELOUS PAIR ♥️
    I AM SURE THE GREAT LOVE FOR EACH OTHER
    WILL BRING POSITIVE AND WONDERFUL WORK TOGETHER, TO THE MUCH NEEDED AWARENESS
    OF MANY CHARETIES AROUND THE WORLD
    Marialuisa Marino

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  6. I completely agree with the above comments about Charlotte's work on the Duchess Kate blog and this one. These are two sites I visit daily. I appreciate the work that Charlotte does and I learn so much! Thank you for all you do on these sites.

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  7. Happiness seems to exude from Prince Harry in these photos. Happiness is absolutely contagious when you look at them together. Absolutely delightful!

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  8. Prince Harry and Meghan's happiness is contagious. Love is grand!

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  9. Annette New Zealand3 December 2017 at 11:25

    It crossed my mind that Harry and Meghan may have been invited to Anmer this weekend and that Kate was going down on Friday to make sure everything was ready for them.It will be increasingly difficult for them having any private time at Kensington Palace.

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    1. Meghan is in California with her mom

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  10. You are the best! Have loved reading about Kate and look forward to following Megan. Your posts are wonderfully attractive and informative. Thanks for ll the work you do.

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  11. This is my go to info bank for anything about this two. Thank you very much.

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  12. These are exciting times and it’s wonderful to see Harry so happy. I truly hope Harry & Meghan forge a strong bond with William & Catherine, Both of Diana’s sons have so much to offer & their wives support is invaluable. If Meghan learns from Catherine she will be in safe hands.

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  13. I like this royal couple, prince Harry and Meghan are the perfect match; seeing them together warms the heart of millions of people around the world, and makes everyone feel the power of love, I mean true love. Happiness and love of this fantastic royal couple is contagious and lightening. It's always very nice to look at them. What a wonderful couple! Looking forward to celebrating their wedding soon.

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  14. well this is my first time to comment. Would like to say from the US that this is the best coverage of the Young Royals that I have been able to find. I check on both your blogs as often as I can, mostly daily. I was in London last August and a lot of things I learned here helped me enjoy my visit. So would like to thank you for all your hard work. I do have one question about something I have noticed in most picture of William and Harry. Is there some reason they always hold their hands in front of them, you know hold left hand with right out in front. Is this something they are taught to do to keep from fidgeting or something else? Just curious.

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    1. Thank you so much Texas US :)

      I suspect it's just habit with the placement of the hands :)

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  15. Hi Charlotte
    I found your Kate blog by accident and I must admit I tend to check in most days ... it's a lovely and unbiased read. so glad u decided to do a Meghan one aswell ... keep up the good work

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  16. You do an amazing job. Your blog is extremely professional, thoughtful and thorough. Christina from Mississippi.

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    1. I really appreciate your comments Christina :)

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  17. Could you please move M's calender (right below the header, where now "about" sits)to the 2nd position like on the Kate site for readers' convenience?

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  18. new engagement: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5553995/Harry-Meghan-attend-Invictus-Games-trials-Bath.html

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  19. Charlotte, would there be any way you could include the approximate time of events when available? It would help us know when to check back for updates!

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  20. I love the past appearances section! Thank you.

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  21. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will undertake an official visit to Australia, Fiji, the Kingdom of Tonga, and New Zealand in the Autumn 🇦🇺🇫🇯🇹🇴🇳🇿 The tour will fall on the occasion of the @invictusgames2018 in Sydney

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  22. Hi Charlotte! Thanks so much for this terrific blog and for all of your hard work. Just a small typo I found - I believe the Battle of Amiens calendar event should show August 8th rather than July 8th. Thanks again!

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    1. Thank you so much for alerting me. The calendar page is not only a guide for readers but a tool for me in terms of planning, so I greatly appreciate it :)

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