Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been married for less than three weeks, but the royal baby countdown is already on. We think it's an archaic and sexist rule to say the least-and can only wonder what Meghan, a proud feminist, makes of it.
The gift lines up with the Queen's "habit of giving property", royal biographer Duncan Larcombe toldCosmopolitan UK.
The pair will be visiting Cheshire on Thursday and it's been reported that their train will be travelling on Wednesday morning to arrive at Runcorn Station on Thursday morning. It was used 14 times in a 12 month period and is only available to the Queen, Prince Philip, Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess Of Cornwall. "One can't just brush them aside", he said.
The fact that their daughters may not receive a royal title will no doubt irritate the 36-year-old former actress as she's often spoken out about females having equal rights. The couple lived there until 1925, when Queen Alexandra, mother of George V, died at Sandringham, Harper's Bazaar reports. "It's all about the monarchy".
Why? Well, it's royal protocol. "She doesn't want 70 years of hard work to be for nothing". "But even though I had been on my show for I guess six years [when the public found out about her relationship with Harry], and working before that, I have never been part of tabloid culture".
So, could this be the start of a lovely friendship?