Britain's Prince Harry, Meghan Markle visit Belfast
- Author: Salvatore Jensen Mar 24, 2018,
Mar 24, 2018, 16:11
Instead of having the RSVPs sent by mail to the Lord Chamberlain's office, as was the case for Will and Kate, the Royal couple are giving their guests options.
The bride-to-be joined fiancé Prince Harry for a tour of the campus of Northern Ireland's next-generation science park on Friday, March 23. The 24-year-old, a former intern for Royal Warrant-holding firm Barnard & Westwood, has since opened up about the top secret job, revealing that the hardest bit was keeping it a secret from her own mother.
"To see the reaction, particularly from the young people. and the screaming, it was like greeting rock stars - it was absolutely incredible".
The 36-year-old former Suits actress and her 33-year-old royal fiancé were in attendance to help mark the second year of the youth-led peace-building initiative awesome the Space that Harry launched when he visited Ireland for the first time back in September. With this trip, she's now been introduced to all major parts of the United Kingdom, including England, Scotland and Wales.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have received a rapturous reception from the young people of Northern Ireland as they began a whirlwind visit. Katie Nicholl, author of Harry: Life, Loss and Love, claims that the prince is also very excited to start a family.
"You're trying to educate the older generation which is just wonderful".
Meghan reportedly giggled at his sudden empassioned speech and joked: "no pressure".
Wherever they share their highly anticipated first kiss, the world will be watching and waiting and it will be sure to go down in history as a defining moment of the spring wedding.
Thus, it only seems right that Harry and Meghan were in the area promoting peace.
When the Prince was asked by a member in the crowd if he had already had his stag do, he smiled and replied with "no comment", according to the Daily Express.
"When Meghan's hair is tied back, she is able to shake hands, give hugs, and meet people without her hair getting in the way", Ross explains.