Paul Burrell prepped Diana when she first came into the family, advising her to use the intimate setting to get airtime with the Queen. Now he's advising Meghan Markle to do the same. Credit: MailOnline - Published
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex shared a previously unseen photo from their May wedding reception for their holiday card. Plus, Kate Middleton and Prince William release an adorable family holiday card..
Cops came to JWoww‘s home during a dispute with estranged husband Roger Mathews, who says the Jersey Shore star got a restraining order against him after a “disagreement.” – TMZ Sophie Turner.. Credit: Just Jared - Published
Those fireworks could be a metaphor for, well, everything: their intense relationship, falling in love quickly, getting engaged and married, the drama around the wedding, the major publicity around the.. Credit: Lainey Gossip - Published Also reported by •Daily Record •Just Jared
By Immanuel Jotham Christmas breakfast has a strange twist to it in the Royal family. …read more Source:: IBTimes
The post Meghan Markle might not spend Christmas morning with Prince.. Credit: Filmy Friday - Published
Britain's royals revealed their 2018 Christmas cards on Friday, with Prince William choosing a relaxed family photo while younger brother Harry used an image taken on the evening of his wedding to U.S... Credit: Reuters India - Published
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have just shared first-ever Christmas card with the public--and those who couldn't get enough of their royal wedding celebrations won't be... Credit: E! Online - Published
Kate Middleton and Prince William shared this sweet family snap [Instagram/ Kensington Palace] Prince William and Kate Middleton have released their annual Christmas card – and this year, so have.. Credit: OK! - Published
Christmas has come early, folks.
Meghan and Harry knew exactly what we wanted — an unseen photo of them at their wedding reception.
SEE ALSO: Harry and Meghan just received their first baby.. Credit: Mashable - Published Also reported by •Independent