Sunday, 1 July 2018

Meghan's Casual Chic for Audi Polo Challenge Day Two!

Following yesterday's appearance at Coworth Park, the Duchess of Sussex returned to cheer on her prince for the second day of the Audi Polo Challenge.


The couple arrived via the rear entrance for the polo match at Ascot, Berkshire, accompanied by friends and protection officers.


Omid Scobie reports Harry played in support of military charities Support The Walk, The Gurkha Welfare Trust and the Household Cavalry Foundation.


The picturesque Coworth Park is the ideal place to enjoy the beautiful weather.


Today is a very poignant day for William and Harry marking what would have been their mother's 57th birthday. More from Hello!

'The Duke and Duchess of Sussex enjoyed spending some quality time together watching the polo on Sunday, on what would have been Princess Diana's 57th birthday.'

Yesterday, Meghan opted for a summery gingham print Shoshanna dress.


Today, the Duchess went for casual chic in a stylish white shirt and black skinny jeans.


The Duchess wore her much loved black leather Chanel flats. The eagle-eyed Laura notes she's had them for several years.


Meghan carried her Madewell x Baltimore Panama hat once again.


We'll see Harry and Meghan on Thursday for the ‘Your Commonwealth’ Youth Challenge Reception at Marlborough House in London. It's possible Meghan will make a Wimbledon appearance before then.

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  1. I like her off duty style more than her royal engagement(s)/work? style.

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  2. I think that's a mis-ID of the shirt. Unlike the J. Crew shirt, Meghan's has a pocket. The buttons are also on the opposite side.

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    1. Thank you, I think you're spot on!

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    2. Good pt. It looks like the shirt Meghan is wearing buttons like a man's shirt with buttons on the right.

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  3. Looking close at today’s photos, it looks like Meghan is smiling. I am struck by the fact that although she now lives in the ultimate fishbowl, and unannounced, distant photos are constantly taken of her, she always has a pleasant expression or smile on her face. I’ve noticed the same of Amal Clooney. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a photo when she looks unhappy. These women have a rare temperament, I think - they are at peace with the lives they have chosen and are mature, fully-formed adults. I also think that both are basically happy people with sunny dispositions and have the same personalities that they had long before they met their famous spouses. I’m sure people will say that they’d be smiling too if they were rich and famous like Meghan and Amal, but they were both already doing quite well for themselves and did not have to take on this fishbowl Iife If didn’t want to. They seem like lovely people and I enjoy looking at their beautiful clothes. #myonlyvice ��

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    1. Well said CrissieP.

      It's a good job she has a sunny disposition and doesn't let negativity faze her because the plethora of hideous media headlines would send most normal people off the edge.

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    2. Great point and great way to describe it, Crissie!

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    3. Yes, you're right -- Meghan's personality is a rare one that is well-suited to a life in the public eye.

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    4. Yes, I agree. They are both women who put in the work to build the life they wanted and spend time maturing and focusing on themselves. I think it shows in their confidence and the resulting happiness they seem to project. It's a joy to watch, and definitely a model for me!

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    5. She looks amazing, I just love them both. I think she is wearing Harry shirt it differently a man shirt, Harry told her, Baby i will give you the shirt off my back. I just Love them.

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    6. I think another crucial ingredient is loving parents who focus on raising decent, kind human beings. Amanda

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    7. Queen of the Sun2 July 2018 at 08:20

      Not to disagree with anything you said, I just want to add, that both women you mentioned are blessed with a ‘smiling rest face’. Which is really a blessing when you are in the public eye like that. The Queen for example doesn’t and it has lead to a lot of comments/photos that she is sour or unhappy about something, when it wasn’t necessarily the case.

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    8. Well, Meghan got engaged just over 7 months ago and has been married for less than two. I think she's in the honeymoon stage at this point; everything is new and exciting. Quite understandable. Also, let's remember that her chosen profession did not hide her away behind a desk in a cubicle. I do agree that she is very comfortable with the camera and is truly enjoying her new role.

      Regarding Amal, I fully respect her education and professional accomplishments, but there is no denying that her marriage came with a level of fame that she, too, has embraced with open arms.

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    9. Dear Anon 6:30, I just wanted to say that many of us either did not have loving parents or were not raised by their parents (or both)and still became decent and kind human beings.

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    10. I agree, Lauri. There are a lot of people who overcame less than perfect childhoods to become amazing adults! Meghan might be one of them. Her family seems less than unconditionally loving, with the exception of her mother, from what I've read. And that's going back to them referring to her mother as the maid. I can only imagine the feelings hearing your mother referred to that way by your own family.

      But some people are natural extroverts and really want to help people. Perhaps Meghan and Amal Clooney are two of them.

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  4. Another winner look: casual and chic!

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  5. More casual Meghan! Yea!

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  6. Well said. I believe you have it right.

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  7. Tammy from California1 July 2018 at 20:24

    Well today is my husband and I's wedding anniversary! I had no idea it fell on Diana's birthday! Well CHEERS to all 3 of us!

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    1. Awwww Happy Anniversary and Happy 57th Birthday Princess Diana, may you R.I.P you would be so proud of your son's. You raised them right. The little time you had with them, Harry is just like you so down to earth and William is like his father hard at work to become The King one day.

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    2. Congrats!!!Be happy for ever:)

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    3. Eve from Germany2 July 2018 at 15:34

      Congrats!! May your love grow and last forever!! :-)))

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    4. Diana's brother was said to have redesigned and redone the oval lake where Diana is buried, have there been any pics of that?? i believe it was to have been an extensive makeover

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  8. Per the post of CrissieP and yesterday's by Lauri, I agree completely. These two women met and made good lasting friendships with well-known women because of their personalities. Meghan's "famous" friends are probably used to a lot of fake people but they didn't see that in Meghan. And her smile is her not-so-secret weapon. :)

    After all her high-powered clothes, I LOVE seeing MM in flats and a white shirt. She looks adorable and happy. Lucky Harry

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    1. I agree Allison, Meghan’s smile is beautiful and her very best accessory!

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  9. Sharon - Washington state1 July 2018 at 20:36

    Looks like she borrowed one of Harry's shirt. She looks great.

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  10. As usual Meghan is looking smart, chic and casual all at once. Her Channel flats make the entire look sassy. Good for her!

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  11. I think flats are actually more flattering on Meghan than heels.

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    1. I agree that they’re more flattering - personally I love heels and wedges and wear them as often as I can. Meghan’s always look a tad too big and it sometimes detracts from the whole look. I had mentioned it back at their engagement announcement - her shoes look a few sizes too big.

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    2. Alaina (I’m also from NJ!) I recently saw some articles that celebrities wear shoes too big to combat blistering and swelling when they must be on their feet for long periods. Here is a link to one of the articles: https://www.providr.com/celebrities-wear-shoes/

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  12. What I really love about the coverage of Meghan at these two events, is what appears to be a complete lack of intrusion. We all want to see what she is wearing, but these pictures were obviously taken at a distance and she seems completely unfazed. She looks great at both events!

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  13. She looks so comfortable and chic. It’s wonderful that she’s out and about supporting Harry and enjoying the day. I feel like we’ll be seeing a lot of her hat!

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  14. Meghan’s off duty style is always on point. She always looks so chic. As much as I like following her official looks, and Kate’s, it’s both of their “away from work” looks that I prefer in general.

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  15. I really like Meghan’s casual look. It’s one that she has perfected!
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  16. Yay, more Suits fashion! I love seeing Meghan holding on to her personal look. And repeating a hat two days in a row!

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  17. Meghan does have a very chic casual look. Agree with USA Granny - love those Channel flats! The oversized crisp white shirt and the cropped black jeans (very Audrey Hepburn).

    I hope that both Harry and William are thinking wonderful thoughts today regarding their Mum. She was 36 - the same as Meghan, Kate and William. It's just so strange to me. At the time - Diana and I are close to the same age - I didn't realize how young she actually was. She did in fact have her entire life in front of her.

    Happy Birthday Diana!

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  18. Really loving her outfit here!

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  19. Hmm i love her style during off duties. Outfit rather than on duties outfit i think she looks vwry comfortabls while off duties rather than on duties i rather want to see her pre duchess days rather than noe

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  20. It’s nice to get another day of Meghan looking happy and relaxed while supporting her husband playing polo for important charities. It’s also lovely to see Meghan in smart casual wear that she’s had long before she met Harry.

    Dena

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  21. Also, can I just say that I wish polo were a thing here in the States? Harry looks great on that horse -- not in a creepy way! It's just so classy.

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    1. Depending where you live it is a thing in the US. We have a very active polo seadon here in Newport RI.

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    2. Becca, it’s here in Texas too. http://texansforpolo.com

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    3. Here too. It's all around us in Northern, Illinois. We live in a particularly horsey area & there are wonderful Polo days all throughout the summer. Great fun with picnicking & of course "divot stomping" at Half-time!!! Everyone is out on the Polo Pitch with their champagne (or drink of choice) whether in flats or pumps dancing around "stomping on the divits" (the process of helping to replace the grass over the divits created from the horses hooves during play)! We have formal events or more casual (it's all relative as casual isn't always what some would call casual). My brother in law comes from a long line of Polo players. He went to College at University of Virginia on a Polo Scholarship. In fact, my sons' lacrosse Team practiced on a Polo Field that was on the land of one of the player's families. Luckily they have continued the tradition of letting it be the Team's practice field even after their son went to College. The joke is that our Team has one of the best fields in the State. Not many get to practice daily on a perfect "Polo Pitch". If you search on You Tube under "divit stomping" you can see it being done. It helps the field, but it was originally "designed to afford the spectators a chance to walk about & socialize". You can also google local Polo Clubs & see if there are any in your area?? It makes for a lovely day outing with friends or family! :)

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    4. The closest thing I've ever come to polo, so far, in the States have been the horse races at Saratoga. I don't now how I've managed to miss anything polo-related, as I've lived in a few different states haha I'll need to pay more attention. I just moved to Denver, so I'll have to see if anything happens here!

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  22. What bag is she wearing Charlotte?

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    1. Hello Tinneke,

      It's a black and white cross body bag. Unfortunately, it's impossible to see it properly from the pics. Hopefully we'll see it again :)

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  23. Not sure if my earlier comment came through.....But Royal Photographer Mark Cuthbert was asked on instagram about Meghan pictures and he said that "they hide her" and explained a little how they do it using cars (including an ambulance) to block the view of photographers. And while I love to see candid pics of Harry and Meghan, I am glad that effort is being made to create a sense of normalcy around her. I think that is why she seems so carefree and smiley. It appears Harry is even more protective now.

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    1. Thank you anon, I see now! There have been a few pictures where Meghan appears to be sort of ducking. Maybe in this first pic she is trying to get under the umbrella?? Shade, rain, overhead photographers, who knows but maybe that's why cars are always around her. Interesting.

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  24. She looks lovely,happy and her outfit is a classic elegant casual look!

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  25. Classic black and white...AND skinny jeans!! I like it!

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  26. I ADORE her off-duty outfits. I think she wears them best, as she could be totally herself in terms of dresses and so on. Since she got married, I still believe that she is still finding her Royal style so her outfits have been hits and misses. But these two days of polo, wowwww! she puts this simple look to the next level. I love her shoes and hope (*fingercrossed*) we could see her bag, since her bags are usually stunning.

    Also look fwd to seeing her in Wimbledon and all the upcoming engagements.

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    1. Hi Mela, I don't know if Meghan needs to "find her royal style", I think she's already found it. If you look at the royal ladies in the BRF, all of them have had hits and misses over the years and several of these women have been in the family for over a decade. I believe that many of us have subconsciously thought of Kate's style as the go-to style for the younger British royal ladies. So when Meghan wears something that doesn't fit like Kate's clothes tend to fit or aren't as colorful or printed, we tend to think that maybe Meghan just doesn't have the royal dress code down yet when in fact she does just with her own take on it. I'm certainly including myself in this line of thought because when Meghan first started attending engagements I was rather stunned that her style so closely resembled mine that I thought she must be doing it wrong and will sooner or later revert to the proper Duchess mode of dress. I have to say that I'm so glad she hasn't, she's stuck to what she likes and what makes her comfortable and confident and it shows.

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    2. Wow Lauri,this maybe one of my most favorite comments on this blog. I agree with you by the way.

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    3. @Lauri and @Mela

      I do think she's still finding her footing which could be described as searching for her royal style, but I also agree that many of us watching may have an idea of royal style that is completely based on what we've seen and doesn't necessarily exist. I think of Princess Anne's wedding dress and how my first though at seeing it was, "Wow, that's so 70s". A few decades prior would that style have been viewed as appropriately royal or regal? I'm not sure. For the BRF we do look at the past and Kate has primarily stuck to those classic styles and fits (they suit her and I love a fit-and-flare style so I don't mind), but I think there must be more ways to do royal. I hope Meghan takes the time to explore. I'm not blown away by any of her post-wedding looks (the day of engagement with The Queen came closest), but I do think she looks elegant and appropriate even if somewhat boring during her outings, so I don't feel right complaining yet. Definitely interested in what the future holds though.

      Since I don't want to write a separate comment, I love both polo looks and would happily and comfortably wear variations of them in real life.

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    4. Lauri, a very good point. And I don't think MM has hits or misses, at least not in her view. We can dislike something but she is said to be deliberate in what she wears. The blue and white wedding guest dress that took media criticized (one "paper" had two reports saying she "stunned" and she was "overwhelmed") is probably just what she wanted and liked. I know absolutely nothing about fashion but accidentally ended up on a Vogue site and saw runway dresses that were long and loose and flowing. In looking back at some Kate posts, I realize how many clothes Kate has worn and how pretty most of them were. But MM has a different style and they are also pretty. It's a good thing for readers that we get some variety. :)

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    5. Gee thanks Laureen!

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    6. Lauri I agree so much with your comment

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  27. Great post! I've been loving her polo outfits these past two days! Also I used to have a hat almost identical to hers. I wore it so much! Its so perfect for these summery days. Hoping to see Meghan at Wimbledon in the next few days (and maybe even Harry too)!

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  28. I love to see her wearing trousers!

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  29. Their new engagement !!!!!The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will visit the Nelson Mandela Centenary Exhibition at the Queen Elizabeth Hall on July 17th!

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    1. It should be a fascinating engagement Eugenie.

      A bit more info from the press release: "The exhibition is based around six themes (Character, Comrade, Leader, Prisoner, Negotiator, Statesman), and is made up of information and photo panels, along with films and archive items from different periods of Nelson Mandela's life."

      Hello Magazine reports they received confirmation Meghan will be at Wimbledon at least once. We have a very busy month ahead :)

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    2. Of course Charlotte,what a very interesting and emotionnal engagement!

      (Charlotte,I am very fond of your blog!!)

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    3. Thank you so much for reading :)

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  30. Tammy from California2 July 2018 at 18:41

    She sure is a petite lil thing!

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  31. SierrafromMontana2 July 2018 at 22:58

    I always enjoy these shots - it's always fun to see them as "off duty". I love Meghan's hat. I wonder how long she's owned it. It also shows she takes care of things as she's had this hat for years. It seems like July is shaping up to be very busy for them. I wonder if we'll see her and Kate at Wimbledon - perhaps a sister-in-law day out?

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    1. Hopefully, on the Fourth of July, the Duchess will be at Wimbledon! I think the Duchess of Sussex would look so classy in a white pantsuit at Wimbledon with her Birk Snowflake earrings. She is so photogenic! Parthenia

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  32. Enjoyed the post, Charlotte. Keep’em comingπŸ˜‚. Thank you. Fashion “away from work” Meghan, thumbs upπŸ‘πŸ½πŸ‘πŸ½πŸ‘πŸ½

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  33. I've enjoyed these posts. I've had to read a bunch to get caught up. I've been busy working getting ready to fly over to The UK for the filming of a feature film. I'm on the Production Team & so I've been blessed to be able to work remotely from our lake house (enjoying a bit of summer) & in a few days will be on baby duty as another grandchild will arrive. Thus this set up allows me to be able to help for a couple of weeks before I have to fly out. This trip I'll be on location (for the last block of filming), but I'll be based & return each night to my Hotel in London. What I did differently this time is to build in some extra time at the end to make sure I have time to visit my cousin. She & her Husband have a Country Estate (think Downton Abbey). They have an airplane landing strip & in the Fall they host "Edwardian Shoots" for business & private use. Their Chefs then prepare the birds & serve it in a typical Edwardian Dinner (again think Lady Violet during those long dinner scenes of Downton Abbey)! So basically my cousin is "The Lady of The Manor"! :) Much of my family has been over to visit Their "Country House", but I've not. So (assuming no problems with production) I will be able to enjoy a glorious 4ish days at their Estate!! I also built in some time to shop, have tea & sightsee by myself (or with some girlfriends) Without My Family!!!!!!! This time in London I Get To Do Only What I Want To Do!!! lol lol lol :) No Comprises Necessary!!! Is there anything more wonderful to a Lady's ear??? ( Disclaimer..... I love my Hubby & Family Dearly but....... :) So I'd love to hear all of your suggestions about which are your favorite places to go in London proper??? No travel other than by tube or Cab! I of course have ideas, but I'm hoping you ladies either living there or from your own visits can tip me off to those fun little places that I might not know about??? Bring on all the fav places ladies!!! :) xoxoxo

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    1. Hi Becca! I loved the Kensington Palace cafe when I was in London last. You can sit either outdoors or indoors, it was elegant but quite informal. It is also very close to The Princess Diana Memorial Garden, which is absolutely beautiful. For something more formal, you could choose The Orangerie. The exhibitions at KP are always interesting, and you might get to see some of Princess Diana's amazingly beautiful dresses and outfits. You may also find that Buckingham Palace is open to visitors in summer, it would be worth a visit! One thing that I really enjoyed was the view of London from The Shard. There is a bar up there, and you can sip a glass of champagne whilst enjoying the sunset for instance. Incredibly nice! One night we had a delicious dinner in Covent Garden. We arrived early enough to have a look around some of the shops, I could have spent more time here, definitely a winner. I would also recommend to see a show or two in the West End. One of my favourite classics is The Mouse Trap. Apart from all the famous landmarks in London, I would also say just wander on down to a local pub or bar near where you are staying and have a drink or two and watch the world go by. London is my number one city in the world, it is so amazing. Enjoy!!!
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    2. Beyond the standard ones:
      Kensington Palace tea in the Orangery for sure! And then see the exhibit afterwards.

      Theatre

      Churchill rooms

      London is my favorite city - I hope you have a wonderful time!
      -Duch

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    3. Becca, your life sounds glam with your film work and a cousin who lives in a Downton Abbey type setting. As for things to do in London, well I advised Florida Girl on the HRHDK blog, to be sure to take a boat trip on the Thames. You get the boat near Westminster Bridge, which is near Westminster Abbey. You can go in one direction to Greenwich and in the other direction to Kew Gardens and Hampton Court. Prices of not too high, there is a commentary and many things to see along the river. There is even a hop on, hop off boat. Google and read more. The Tower of London is unique. The Beefeaters and the Crown Jewels are really worth seeing. Also there are over 20 museums in London that you can visit at no cost. So you can't go wrong if you stop by and it is not for you. Since you paid nothing just leave. I think the National Gallery is spectacular if you like art. Also the Tate Britain and the Tate Modern offer wonderful art pieces. Oxford St. is fabulous for shopping with over 300 shops. You asked about f"un little places" and these suggestions are not those…but must sees for sure.
      If the film you are working on will be for viewing by the general public, be sure to tell us the name and when it will be out.

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    4. Laura, Duch & RW, your tips are great! Luckily I've seen most of the main sites on past trips with family, but I've never been on The Thames, so that sounds great! I completely have missed KP in the past (due to family comprises:) so that's a 10 for me this trip! (& I didn't know they had a cafe! Great Tip!:) In fact, for the Royal Wedding, I drank my tea from a Diana china tea cup & saucer my daughter brought me back from KP this winter. :) Have never made it to the National Portrait Gallery or The Tate Britain so those are on the list! Never heard of The Shard = added to The List! :) Theater = On The List! :) We just saw "Hamilton" this past Friday, so will look for something else! Oh & The Orangerie.... Great Tip & didn't know they served Tea!! = Top o The List!! :) These + leisurely browsing through all the boutiques I've only ever passed by in past trips.... I think I'm off to a great start with your help ladies!! :) xoxo Love the idea of popping into local pubs etc! Any recommendations for dining would be greatly appreciated too! I just seem to remember us always being stumped in that dept when we have traveled there in the past!? We'd always just say.... "ok let's just go here".. (mostly because it's hard to find places that can seat a whole family & that please everyone's palette! lol :) I know my cousin will have some ideas, as they have a place in London too. Tho I'm looking forward to being able to browse & explore alone.... one doesn't often get to do that & go at one's own pace. :)

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    5. The orangerie is closed this summer because of restauration work

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    6. Becca, I can't imagine your trip not being just wonderful! All you had to do was mention Lady Violet and I was hooked.

      Seems like you are always so close to MM, like when she was in Chicago. Some day it may happen and you should be prepared, maybe with a "Let's do lunch" business card that has the MAM blog URL at the bottom. It is like "Sleepless in Settle" and other movies where two people travel close but not touching until one fateful moment!!

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    7. If you’ve never wandered around Fortnum and Masons that’s always fun. Maybe you could buy your grandchildren gifts at Hamleys:). If you are interested in church history at all, Wesley’s Chapel and John Wesley’s house are neat to see. Charles Wesley’s organ is in the basement of the church. If you want to get out of the heat the Crypt Cafe in St Martins in the Fields was always a favorite of mine if your in the Trafalgar Square area. They have great concerts there as well.

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      I’m not sure if you’ll be there before Wimbledon is over, but if you’ve never been...that is a must-do IMO. You can queue for same day tickets. You’d have to get in line early, but that is definitely an experience worth having!

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    9. Allison, it's actually funny you should say that, because I just counted yesterday & I have 14 Friends or Colleagues who have worked with Meghan!! I hadn't realized that until someone asked me about if I knew anyone who had worked with her? Once I started counting, even I was surprised. In fact, I sent the friend a fun photo collage of pics of me with these friends with side by side photos of these friends in pics with MM!!! It is quite the 2 degrees of separation situation. lol :) I can't imagine ever crossing paths, but the feature film I'm going over there for the end of filming is rooted in a story of a person's journey into Homelessness!! One of the things I will be exploring while I'm over there is the possibilities of integrating The Royal Foundation or The Heads Together Charities into our Targeted Marketing & Distribution Strategy, as this film is So Powerful & Beautiful at the same time! If nothing else, it could be a tool for them to help people gain a greater understanding of how any of us could fall onto bad times if life just takes a few wrong turns! I look forward to being able to share the name of the film with you all, after it's through Post-Production & has navigated distribution! :)

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    10. YellowRose, Thanks for all of your wonderful suggestions!! I've enjoyed The Crypt Cafe & Concerts at St. Martin of The Fields with my family! However I hadn't thought about F&M (have never been) & didn't even know about Hamleys!!! Both now Definitely on The List!! :) xo

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    11. YellowRose, I'm so bummed that I will not be there in time for Wimbledon! :( I arrive July 31.

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    12. Tinneke, thanks for the heads up about The Orangerie Cafe!! Now I won't have my heart set on it! :)

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  34. Whaou the schedule of the duchess begins to be well loaded I can not wait to follow all this on the blog hoping for an outing or more at Wimbledon and the announcement of its patronages.
    Regarding the outfit I love! if she wears a shirt Harry I think it's too cute lol

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  35. thanks for your continued hard work Charlotte and another great post

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  36. What Meghan Wore corrected the identification of the shoes to LK Benett, with mere differences.

    https://us.lkbennett.com/product/SCFERNSUEDEKhakiGreen~Fern-Heel-Green?utm_source=Skimlinks&utm_medium=affiliate&network=awin&affiliate_id=78888&awc=2246_1531213997_362814f55aeb22390c81f79f74be82a5

    What do you think?

    Really good post again, btw, and I love Meghan's outfit much!

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