Prince Harry, Meghan Markle meet students on International Women's Day

Adjust Comment Print

While the price of the wedding dress of Meghan Markle was finally unveiled, the groom was expected to do things in large to pay homage to his mother, Lady Diana.

The future royal stepped out in the two-tone wool blend coat which she wore with cigarette trousers, a cosy cream knit (a little research uncovered it as the Ridley jumper from All Saints) and high heels. On Thursday, the couple stepped out on a royal visit to Birmingham in England, where they attended an event aimed at breaking down stereotypes and encouraging girls to study male-dominated STEM fields.

"Meghan said that she would like to see me on TV when I become an actress", Sophia said.

"It will be different for her but I think they've learnt a lot from the past and that is why Meghan is doing these walkabouts and going round the country before she's getting married".

"It was a dream come true". She also hugged Alice Thompson, the co-founder of a charity called Social Bite, on a visit to Scotland. She said people here complain about the weather, and I said my goodness, they don't know.

Asia's biggest exporters bristle over US tariffs, fanning trade war fears
Steel and aluminum workers were invited to the White House for the afternoon announcement with Trump. President Donald Trump has signed proclamations imposing tariffs on imports of steel and aluminum.

Meghan Markle has proved she's a natural in her royal duties already, as she met fans and gave some school children inspiring advice on International Women's Day. "It will be a very appreciated for many young people." .

Her soon-to-be-husband couldn't be more excited to pursue their passions together and make the world a better place.

Susanne Raybould, from South Wales, who chatted to the couple, explained: "I said to Harry "my son-in-law is Harry, my grandson is Harry, my father is Harry so I'm shouting Harry is all day". The 45-minute ceremony was followed by Markle's confirmation.

Meghan, who spent time puzzling over instructions to help the girls with their work, said she was impressed with a programme which allowed them to temporarily edit web pages, saying the ability to change untrue information into "something positive" was "so cool". "Meghan said "I am shouting it all day".