Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are full of surprises. TMZ is reporting the newly married royal couple have decided to honeymoon in Canada, of all places. Specifically, the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge in Alberta, where they'll enjoy the 6,000 square foot Outlook Cabin. SEE ALSO: The best memes from the Royal Wedding Now, let's get one thing straight: Canada is a lovely place full of lovely people. It's just not exactly the destination you expect to hear at the end of a storybook romance. Still, the sprawling lodge looks splendid and is no stranger to royal visitors, having played host to King George VI in 1939 and Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip in 2005. It's not yet known when exactly they'll be arriving, but you can be sure Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will don the perfect pair novelty socks for the occasion. Image: giphyPerhaps the royal couple will even swing down to the bride's home state of California while they're hanging out in North America to ensure we reach peak royal frenzy. WATCH: This Airbnb is straight out of a Wes Anderson movie
Reverend Michael Curry's 14-minute sermon was the most tweeted-about moment of the Royal Wedding.
Didn't get invited the royal wedding? No worries. Hop on over to eBay and you could pay $2,700 for some commemorative shortbread instead. That's right. Several attendees of the royal wedding — or, more specifically, several of the 1,200 members of the public invited to watch the proceedings from outside the chapel — have listed their complimentary canvas gift bags on eBay. SEE ALSO: May we all be as extra as this woman watching the royal wedding in her wedding dress In case you were considering placing a bid for one of these treasures, don't. Here are all the boring-ass things inside, according to the Daily Mail : a wedding order of service a map, like the kind that litter the ground at Six Flags a welcome letter from Harry and Meghan a bottle of water (branded) a big chocolate coin some shortbread a coupon for 20% off in the castle gift shop. Twenty percent off! You don't say. Here's one of the listings, which has about six days left to go and is currently resting at a chill, royal $2,762.27 USD. Looks like everything is included, though — the seller managed not to eat their chocolate coin before they got home from Windsor. [H/T: The Cut ] WATCH: The acting roles of Meghan Markle before her royal engagement
Samantha Markle dismissed claims that Kensington Palace had offered to fly Thomas Markle to London.
It's not everyday that someone from your high school marries a member of the British royal family. SEE ALSO: I sent my Tinder matches royal-themed pickup lines and they actually worked That's why students at Immaculate Heart high school in Los Angeles threw a truly spectacular pre-wedding celebration. And, it's just the sweetest thing. Angie Crouch, TV News Reporter at NBC LA, captured students at Markle's former high school dancing and singing in the grounds of the all-girls Catholic school. Students at Meghan Markle’s former high school Immaculate Heart held a big pre-wedding celebration today on campus. I’ll have more at 4:45 and 5:45 @NBCLA #RoyalWedding pic.twitter.com/njLOwGH4tC — Angie Crouch (@AngieNBCLA) May 15, 2018 According to The Telegraph , the pupils held a tea party to wish the school's most famous alumna well ahead of her big day on Saturday 19 May. The party even had tea and cakes, and bunting and fascinators were out in full force. When two becomes one!Image: DAVID MCNEW/AFP/Getty ImagesOne of Markle's old teachers told the Telegraph she'll be glued to the television watching every minute of the royal nuptials. "I will be watching every moment of the royal wedding in real time," Maria Pollia, who taught and mentored Markle, told The Telegraph. LA TO LONDON - Students from Meghan Markle’s high school, Immaculate Heart, are celebrating her wedding a few days early! @FOXLA pic.twitter.com/iP7smkulWo — Vanessa Borge (@VanessaBorge) May 15, 2018 WATCH: The acting roles of Meghan Markle before her royal engagement
Thomas Markle, 73, has reportedly pulled out of the royal wedding over staged paparazzi photos.
From the moment Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s romance was confirmed, one family member has continually hit the headlines over controversial comments. Samantha Markle, who is also known by the name Samantha Grant, is the former Suits actress’ half-sister and has been the most vocal member of the Markle family to date. Samantha most recently took the blame for her 73-year-old father Thomas Markle’s staged photos with the press just days before the royal wedding on May 19.
Prince Harry’s friend was “forced to abandon rest days” on a gruelling 14,000-mile cycling challenge after learning he had a Royal wedding invitation half-way through the two continent trip. Dean Stott, 41, travelled the Pan American Highway in a record 99 days, 12 hours and 56 minutes, knocking an astonishing 17 days off the previous best. Speaking from Alaska on Sunday evening, Mr Stott said: "When I originally set out on the campaign the world record was 117 days and five hours, my aim was to do it in 110 days.
The Daily Digit is the story behind the numbers that make our world turn. Today we're looking at the nuptials of the decade: the upcoming royal wedding between Prince Harry of the U.K. and American actress Meghan Markle. The couple will wed May 19, and they and their 800 or so invited guests will enjoy the best ceremony $44.8 million can buy—although almost all of that will go toward security. Check out how the budget breaks down.
A leading UK wedding planner has today revealed the eye-watering cost of the 'little things' at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding including a possible bill of £26,000 for sausage rolls alone. The overall cost of the royal wedding is estimated to be around £32 million, according to Hamish Shephard who is the CEO of a top wedding planner app in the UK. Mr Shephard, who is the founder of wedding planning app Bridebook and has organised some of the UKs most high-profile weddings including Millie Mackintosh and Hugo Taylor’s upcoming nuptials, today revealed the mounting cost of every item needed to complete the couple's big day, such as £110,000 on flowers and £90,000 on trumpets.
There has been some unfavourable response to this US dramatised depiction of the royal couple.
Scotland Yard is investigating after a letter containing white powder purported to be anthrax was addressed to Meghan Markle. The letter, addressed to both Meghan and Prince Harry at Kensington Palace, sparked a security scare as specialists were ordered to check the material. Meghan, 36 and Harry, 33, are understood to have been informed of the incident and analysis of the powder found it to be harmless.
US broadcasters are reportedly offering huge sums of money to Windsor residents and businesses to secure vantage points of the Royal Wedding.