Prince Harry praised Meghan Markle at Commonwealth Youth Ambassador


While she makes one valid point (admittedly, the royal family is pretty good at divorce), the rest seems to just be quotes for attention.

Today Harry and Megan has pleased fans with another release: lovers visited the youth forum of the Commonwealth of Nations (Commonwealth Youth Forum), which these days takes place in the London Convention centre.

Prince Harry opened the session of the Youth Forum and in his speech, thanked his gorgeous fiancé Meghan, hinting that she might be involved in the future.

The statement said that "Prince Harry will work on founding links between the youths and the young leaders of the Commonwealth, and motivating them to benefit from the organization's platforms to address the social, economic, and environmental challenges facing their generation".

December 1, 2017 - Markle and Prince Harry attend their first official royal event together at a fair organized by the HIV/AIDS Terrence Higgins Trust charity, marking World AIDS Day.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attend the United Kingdom team trials for the Invictus Games.

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Along with close friends, family and some super famous celeb pals, Meghan and Harry have also invited a massive 2,460 members of the public to their big day. And her bag, which she fashionably wore slung across her body, comes from Australia's own Oroton, where it sells for relatively more modest $295 (US$229).

He went on to discuss the importance of listening to the youth representatives.

The couple chose to have a second honeymoon during their 60th wedding anniversary to Malta. He also reportedly believes that Meghan, who used to babysit him and his brother when she was younger, would have an "American view on pot".

Kate Middleton, now the Duchess of Cambridge, wore a now iconic Alexander McQueen gown for the wedding ceremony at Westminster Abbey, and then changed for the more intimate evening reception that the couple threw for around 300 guests.

"Harry & Meghan's Windsor Knot" has been brewed to give the traditional British pint a USA twist in honour of the nuptials of the transatlantic couple who will get married at Queen Elizabeth's Windsor Castle home, west of London, on May 19.