Harry and Meghan champion Women's Empowerment as royal wedding approaches


Cheers! Royal fans with a taste for beer will be able to celebrate Prince Harry and fiancee Meghan Markle's wedding day with a very special ale.

The future royal seemed ready for business as she joined Prince Harry to meet with youth delegates taking part in this week's high-profile Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (Chogm) in London.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are set to walk down the aisle in a few weeks time and all seems to be set for the day.

At the Emma Bridgewater ceramics factory in Stoke-on-Trent, central England, a city famed for its pottery, workers are busy hand-making and decorating thousands of the commemorative mugs.

However, others jumped to her defense (and, considering Kensington Palace posted a photo of her without a blazer draped over shoulders, it seems to signify that the royal family doesn't have a problem with it either).

"I've heard that he's going to be over there and I'm sure that he will be giving her away". "I think Meghan wants to be Meghan 1.0, that is to say known for being Meghan not for being in the shadow of somebody else". She also tagged a fake Prince Harry account that often offers #MondayMotivation and exclaimed "SheSaidYes!" after the engagement. She's not genuine like Diana'. As news.com.au notes, she wore two Australian designers in her "raciest" outfit yet as a soon-to-be member of the royal family.

So, she makes sure that her better-half's work bag is all packed alongside "must-not-forget" items by the door.

"This is a girl who was a gender equality advocate for the United Nations having to bow and courtesy to the queen and even Kate Middleton (wife of Harry's elder brother William) in private occasions", he said. "I think we're talking about hundreds of tiaras".



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