Meghan Markle attended to her wifely duties on Saturday as she accompanied her new Royal family out for the Queen’s Birthday. The former actress seems to fit into the family just fine, or at least it shows in her wardrobe. Wearing a Carolina Herrera dress, an off-the-shoulder silhouette in blush pink with buttons up one side of the bodice. Markle continues to push the envelope, this time by her off-the-shoulder dress where she strayed from the unspoken tradition that royal women shall wear sleeves to events.
According to sources, Meghan is already making plans for her upcoming Royal Tour. The Dutchess of Sussex will be performing her royal duties through engagements at home and overseas. It has yet to be seen which charities Meghan will undertake but one thing is for sure Meghan won’t be the kind of princess satisfied with just attending a hospital opening or a cutting ribbon ceremony.
“She is familiarizing herself with the landscape in this country. She’s meeting groups and wants to do that privately so she can get to know people,” executive officer of the Royal Foundation, Lorraine Heggessey has said. Meghan will likely focus on issues involving young women and teenage girls.
Harry and Meghan are currently having their home at Nottingham Cottage at Kensington Palace renovated, the couple has leased another home in the meantime for weekend outings in the Great Tew Estate in the Cotswolds, which is approximately 90 minutes outside of London, England.
The couple is also looking forward to their honeymoon which they have chosen at Alberta, Canada’s Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge, where they will stay in a 6,000 sq. ft. Outlook Cabin is known as “the Royal Retreat,” TMZ reports.
The regional director of public relations for Fairmont Hotels and Resorts, said in a statement on Monday, however, that Harry and Meghan haven’t reserved the posh spot. The couple could also be looking into honeymooning in Nambia or another place in Africa.
In October, Meghan and Harry are expected to head Down Under for the 2018 Invictus Games in Sydney, Australia, a multi-sport event the Duke of Sussex created in 2014 as a way for wounded, injured or sick armed service members and their associated veterans to take part in sports like wheelchair basketball, sitting volleyball and indoor rowing.
Meghan seems to be embracing her new life and doing a great job becoming part of the Royal Family. Fans are staying tune as news that the couple will soon start trying for babies. Can you imagine the royal frenzy??!!!