Meghan Markle apparently has some secret visits planned in London

Meghan Markle apparently has some secret visits planned in London


Here’s everything to know…

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made news earlier this year as they announced that they were planning on stepping down from their roles as ‘senior’ members of the royal family, hoping to become financially independent.

It was then announced by Buckingham Palace that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will be losing their HRH titles following a new deal, and repaying ‘Sovereign Grant expenditure for the refurbishment of Frogmore Cottage’. Releasing an official statement, Buckingham Palace announced: ‘The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are grateful to Her Majesty and the Royal Family for their ongoing support as they embark on the next chapter of their lives.’

The royal couple have since relocated to Canada, living a peaceful month with baby Archie, returning in the next weeks to carry out their final duties as senior royal family members.

Yes, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have been called back to London to attend the Commonwealth Day service, on March 9, also carrying out their last official events as royals. The couple will no longer represent the Queen at home or abroad from 1 April.

It has been revealed however that Meghan Markle will be paying a few secret visits to her patronages during her stay in London.

Yes, according to a source via Harper’s Bazaar, Meghan will be ‘conducting something private and patronage-related meetings during her time in London.’

There’s no word as to whether the Duchess will post about these visits on social media.

Either way, we’re looking forward to having the Duke and Duchess back in the capital!

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This is how much money Prince Harry and Meghan Markle could reportedly make per Instagram post

This is how much money Prince Harry and Meghan Markle could reportedly make per Instagram post


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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made news earlier this year as they announced that they were planning on stepping down from their roles as ‘senior’ members of the royal family, hoping to become financially independent.

It was then announced by Buckingham Palace that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will be losing their HRH titles following a new deal, and repaying ‘Sovereign Grant expenditure for the refurbishment of Frogmore Cottage’. Releasing an official statement, Buckingham Palace announced: ‘The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are grateful to Her Majesty and the Royal Family for their ongoing support as they embark on the next chapter of their lives.’

The royal couple have since relocated to Canada, living a peaceful month with baby Archie, returning in the next weeks to carry out their final duties as senior royal family members.

While the couple will reportedly retain their titles as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, it has been announced that they will lose their royal status and the right to use their current brand name, Sussex Royal.

There is no word yet as to what the Sussexes will be changing their family brand name to, but it definitely doesn’t seem to be damaging their Instagram money-making prospects.

According to Inzpire.me, an influencer marketing platform and The Sun, the Sussex Royal Instagram account (boasting over 11 million followers) could be extremely lucrative, with predictions that Harry and Meghan could make up to £85k per sponsored post.

There are multiple money-making routes that Harry and Meghan can go down though, from book deals to keynote speeches. So, we’ll have to wait and see what happens.

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The Harvey Weinstein 'Silence Breakers' react as he was found guilty of rape

The Harvey Weinstein 'Silence Breakers' react as he was found guilty of rape


‘Today is a powerful day’

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The past few years have been a watershed moment for women, prompted by the New York Times’ investigation of Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, seeing over 70 women coming forward with allegations of sexual harassment and abuse.

The multiple reports of not only harassing female employees, but also paying off his accusers for decades, are said to date back 30 years, with the revelations leading to Weinstein getting fired from his own company and a third of its all-male board resigning – not to mention, prompting the global #MeToo and #TimesUp movements.

Two years later and the waves created by #MeToo are still in motion, with the Harvey Weinstein name now regarded synonymous with the mistreatment of women.

It was announced on Monday that Harvey Weinstein would be facing up to 25 years in prison after being found guilty of attacks on two women in the first trial of the #MeToo era.

The New York City jury found Weinstein guilty of a criminal sex act in the first degree and rape in the third degree.

‘Today is a powerful day and a huge step forward in collective healing,’ actress Rose McGowan and one of Harvey Weinstein’s earliest accusers announced following the verdict. ‘Twenty years ago I decided to come after Weinstein because I’d heard about him doing this to someone else, and then I heard him doing it to someone else, and someone else.

Rose continued: ‘Every one of us who has come forward, we have a name, we have a history, we have a life, we are more than Weinstein. But today, because of the brave women, who bared their deepest hurt for the world to see, he’s in Rikers Island. For once he won’t be sitting comfortably. For once he will know what it’s like to have power wrapped around his neck.’

She concluded: ‘Today is not a referendum on #MeToo, this is taking out the trash.’

‘This is what he has created for himself, prison, lack of remorse, lack of accountability,’ Ashley Judd, the first actress to publicly accuse Weinstein of sexual misconduct told the New York Times.

Dawn Dunning, former actress and a supporting witness during the trial, also opened up to the New York Times about the verdict.

‘I did it for all of us. I did it for the women who couldn’t testify. I couldn’t not do it,’ Dunning told the publication. ‘My biggest fear was him being found not guilty. I’m very relieved. But he wasn’t found guilty on all of the counts, so I feel like it was a victory, but not a complete victory.

‘This verdict made it real for people watching from afar that you will be held accountable for your actions. You can’t take advantage of people just because you have power and money.’

According to the New York Times, Harvey Weinstein has been taken into custody

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Mollie King talks self care, feel-good TV binges and kidnapping Greg James

Mollie King talks self care, feel-good TV binges and kidnapping Greg James


Mollie King Beauty Bytes

Welcome to Beauty Bytes: a place where I chat to celebrities about all things beauty – from their favourite products, to their biggest beauty disasters. Plus I grill them on everything from their social media habits to their all-time favourite meals. You know, all the important and essential things that we need to know about.

We all remember her days in The Saturdays, but now Mollie King is most famous for presenting The Radio 1 Breakfast Show on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays with Matt Edmondson. We at Marie Claire see her as a walking definition of ‘cool girl blonde’, so we sat down with her to talk all things beauty (and everything else in between).

LA: So how are you, Mollie? You’ve had a pretty busy week kidnapping Greg James.

MK: Yes, I have had a busy week! It was good to get him out of the box, he was in there for 39 hours I think. We had so much fun doing it, it gained so much momentum. It was so good, everyone who was listening got on board.

LA: Now, let’s chat beauty. What’s the worst beauty trend you’ve ever tried?

MK: The worst beauty trend? Gosh. I know that I made this mistake a lot, I think it was over fake tanning. It’s not a good look, I think it’s really ageing. Obviously, real sunlight can be really damaging, so it’s better than that. A spray tan is a lot better. But it’s about finding that colour that works for you. We’ve all had those fake tans where we’re like, ooh I’m slightly orange here, and it’s just not a good look.

LA: Quite luminous.

MK: You would be really fluorescent and smelling of biscuits. Not a good look, but we’ve all been there.

LA: Delish. What’s the best beauty advice you’ve been given, from anyone in your life?

MK: To not do a strong eye and a strong lip at the same time. I think it’s way more effective to just do the one. At the moment I’m really liking having a pop of colour on my lip and keeping the eye really simple, whether it’s mascara with quite a sheeny eyelid, or doing the opposite and have a nice heavy, 60s flick and keeping everything else nude and natural.

LA: What about the best product recommendation – is there something someone has put into your hand and you’ve thought, ‘I can never live without this again?’

MK: I love all the Kérastase hair treatments and stuff, I think they’ve really got it down. The shampoos are really good, the conditioner is really good at taking out any brassy tones. So I love Kérastase. With make-up I love the Estée Lauder under eye concealer and illuminator. I’m also using their day cream at the moment, which is really good.

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LA: What else is in your make-up bag in the minute?

MK: A lot of Tilbury, especially when it comes to the lipsticks. I love Pillow Talk. There’s an Illamsqua contouring set, which I really like. It’s a sort of dull brown, which is really good for contouring. There’s Maybelline mascara. It stays on throughout the day and it’s not half way down your face at 4 o’clock in the afternoon. I’ve got this thing at the moment with my cheeks, if I’m using a peachy lipstick then I’ll put that on my cheeks as well. It’s good for a bit of sheen, I’m trying to be really dewy but it’s that fine line between dewy and shiny. It’s hard to get the right mix.

LA: You always see those memes, ‘I’m oily so I’m putting powder but then I need to be dewy so, highlighter’. What about the best make-up tips from a professional make-up artist?

MK: I think it’s about really understanding and knowing your own skin tone. There are obviously so many amazing foundations out there, but it’s about finding the right one for you. I’m quite yellowy-skinned as opposed to pinky undertones or anything like that. I think it’s about finding a foundation that is really your colour. Also, to never test a foundation on your hand which seems to be what you’re taught when you’re younger! You’ve got to actually test it on your face.

LA: And how do you take care of your skin? Do you have a day and night time routine?

MK: I actually quite like mixing up my products. I probably stick to one regime for about six months and then I move onto something else. At the moment I’m using the Estée Lauder day cream in the morning and then their night serum in the evening and their eye cream and stuff. I also love Murad skincare. I do like to keep it simple, you can get a bit bogged down with all the products and what goes where. But if they’re good products, I don’t think you need to go overboard and pile them all on. I mostly stick to moisturiser in the morning, an SPF, and then in the evening a night cream, maybe a serum and an eye cream as well.

LA: It’s good to keep it simple. The seven step routine is great if you enjoy the seven steps. It doesn’t need to be a stress.

MK: It can all just be a bit overwhelming. My bathroom wouldn’t be able to cope!

LA: What would you say your three favourite beauty brands are?

MK: I love L’Oréal. I know they look after so many brands and products that I like. I like the Elnett hairspray, I love the Kérastase shampoo and then probably Charlotte Tilbury for make-up. The lipsticks are so good, there are so many shades and I love with Pillow Talk how there’s a matching lip liner. It’s great and it just makes you feel like you can actually do it and understand it.

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LA: There’s now a Pillow Talk Medium that I would recommend. Slightly darker, it’s so nice.

MK: Oh I saw this, is it nice? How similar is it?

LA: Darker, but not too dark that you wouldn’t want to wear it during the day. A bit moodier.

MK: Oh, nice!

LA: How do you look after your hair?

MK: So, the Kérastase Blond Absolu range, what else do I do? I don’t do masks often as my hair is quite fine. I think the best thing to do is not wash it every day, but I’m quite bad at doing that. I’m good at using heat protecting spray and I’ll sometimes put an oil in that helps keep it soft.

LA: I know Patrick Wilson does your hair sometimes too which always looks amazing.

MK: Oh thank you, he’s so good isn’t he!

LA: How often do you workout? No judgement if the answer is, ‘not at all’.

MK: It really varies, I try to do something about three times a week. At the moment I’ve got one of those Peloton bikes, it’s so good, I’m in love with it. I’ve found that exercise is something that’s more for my mind. If I’m feeling a bit anxious, having an adrenaline rush in an anxious way, then I just go to the Peloton. The instructors are really inspiring and give out really positive messages out in the classes, and for me that’s just been really life-changing and helped me if I’m having an anxious moment. I try to do some boxing if I can with a guy called Mati Parks and then I go to the gym as much as I can. It’s quite hard to fit it in, but I’m finding that I’m just hopping on to the Peloton at the moment. They’ve got weight classes and yoga too, so it doesn’t mean that every day you’re on the bike.

LA: What about fragrance, do you have a signature scent or a few go-tos?

MK: I love Tom Ford Black Orchid. I love Sì Giorgio Armani. There’s one other by Miller Harris, Leather Rouge I think it’s called. It’s a nice evening one.

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LA: How does your beauty regime change when you’re on holiday? Do you pare things down?

MK: In the summer when I’m going away I try not to take loads of products away with me. But in winter when I know that I’m going to be hibernating I actually use that as a chance to use different products. I think that if I have a bad reaction it doesn’t matter because I’m just seeing my family and friends. Like if I break out in loads of spots then it’s okay. If I go away on a summer holiday I try and go really stripped back makeup wise. I go for likes sunscreen and maybe a BB cream or something.

LA: So basting yourself in SPF 50.

MK: Exactly that.

LA: What are your three most-used emojis?

MK: The crying with laughter face, classic one. I also use the one with the girl where she’s lifting her hands up like ‘I don’t know?’, and obviously I’ve made her blonde

LA: Oh yes, the shrug? Good sentence finisher.

MK: Yeah the kind of, I don’t know, whatever one. I use a lot of the hearts to be honest, and I quite like the bulging bicep.

LA: Do you have a favourite book? Are you a reader?

MK: I’m not hugely because I’m dyslexic, so I find it a bit of a mission to sit down and read a book. But what have I read recently… I do love reading The Secret, I just think it inspires me and it’s a nice read.

LA: What about your last meal?

MK: I would go for Indian food. I just absolutely love it. I love all the different curries, the naan, the poppadoms.

LA: It’s just a great excuse to eat loads of bread really, isn’t it. ‘Oh no, I have all this sauce left…’

MK: Yes, I’m going to have to mop it up with this naan.

LA: What’s the weirdest pick up line you’ve ever heard?

MK: That’s really hard! I’ll get back to you.

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LA: Favourite TV show to binge watch? Are you a Netflix-er?

MK: I’m loving Love Is Blind, that dating show. I’m well and truly in the hole, it’s just so good. You don’t realise how many you’ve got through, you know how they start automatically? But this is really fast paced and you just fly through it, it’s just so good.

LA: And then Netflix is like, ‘are you still watching?’

MK: Yeah, you’re like, err, unfortunately I am! I feel like there’s a bit of judgment there.

LA: Shamed by Netflix. Favourite movie?

MK: That is Father of the Bride. Bit of a cheesy one, but I just love it.

LA: Favourite Instagram accounts to stalk?

MK: I love interior design ones. This one girl Becki Owens who just does the most amazing interior design. I also love a blogger called Leonie Hanne, I think she just dresses really well. Who else? I like looking at Hayley Bieber as well, that’s a good account.

LA: There’s an account called Apartment Therapy that I feel would be right up your street.

MK: Oooh, I need that! I literally love those accounts.

LA: What’s the first thing you bought with your first pay cheque? Did you have a real treat yo’self moment?

MK: When I was in the band, maybe three years in, I bought a Nissan Figaro. It was made in the 80s but it’s designed to look like a 1950s car and oh my god, it’s my absolute dream. I’ve wanted one since I was about 15.

LA: What does the word ‘wellness’ mean to you?

MK: I think an overall wellbeing in your mind, your body and your lifestyle. I think that there is a lot of focus on going to the gym and keeping your body sane but I think you need to be putting a lot of work into your mind in being sane, happy and healthy. It’s a mixture of all the above really.

LA: Is there anything specific you do when you really need some time to yourself?

MK: I will run a bath and light some candles, maybe just put something on Netflix. Have my laptop out in the hallway. Or, I’ll take my dog out on a walk. If i’m feeling a bit stressed, sitting in my flat is not the best so taking him out and getting some air. He’s a toy poodle. He’s a cutie, I’m obsessed with him.

LA: So cute! My mum has a cockapoo, she is very poodle in personality. They’re great.

MK: Oh I love cockapoos! They have so much energy, don’t they?

LA: A lot. Dogs just crack you up don’t they, they’re brilliant.

MK: Yeah, to just snuggle. He’s a cutie, I’m obsessed with him.

LA: Do you have any tattoos?

MK: No, I don’t.

LA: Then I won’t ask you to talk me through them! Who were you most starstruck meeting?

MK: Maybe J-Lo. I met her back in the band and I literally did not know what to say. I think it was the first time that all of us in the band were literally silent. She stepped into the lift and we all went dead silent. She must have thought, what is going on here?

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Harry and Meghan throw shade at Beatrice and Eugenie in new statement

Harry and Meghan throw shade at Beatrice and Eugenie in new statement


People think that Harry and Meghan’s latest statement is a subtle dig at Beatrice and Eugenie

Following the news that the couple would be scrapping their ‘Sussex Royal’ brand, more drama has been dredged up about Harry and Meghan’s latest statement.

The statement outlined how the couple will be financially independent from the royal family and how they will no longer carry out ‘official duties’, although Harry will remain sixth in line for the throne.

But people are detecting some shade in the way that Harry and Meghan have hinted their annoyance at not being allowed to call themselves ‘royals’ anymore.

Shade was first seemingly directed towards the Queen, for not having the ‘jurisdiction’ to prevent the couple from using the word. But suspicion has arisen that a dig at Beatrice and Eugenie was implicit in the controversial statement, too.

The part of the statement in question reads: ‘While there is precedent for other titled members of the Royal Family to seek employment outside of the institution, for The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, a 12-month review period has been put in place.’

Most notably included in the category of ‘other titled members of the Royal Family’ who keep jobs outside royal duties are Harry’s cousins Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie. And the people are calling shade.

A royal source told The Mirror‘It’s pretty clear they are referencing minor royals such as Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie, which is an odd association to make for two people whose associates were once claiming they had single-­handedly modernised the monarchy.’

Neither Beatrice or Eugenie are considered ‘working’ members of the royal family, meaning they do not perform public engagements on behalf of The Queen full-time. Like Harry and Meghan’s new status, the sisters are privately funded and do not receive funding from the Sovereign Grant.

According to Prince Andrew’s official website, ‘Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie are both pursuing full time careers. Princess Beatrice works full time in business and Princess Eugenie is developing a career in the art world.’ So it’s not hard to see why Harry and Meghan’s noses might be out of joint about their newly de-royaled brand name.

But despite the drama surrounding yesterday’s statement, Harry and Meghan are reportedly enjoying the quiet life in Canada, royal title or no royal title.

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Donald Trump really cares what Brad Pitt thinks of him

Donald Trump really cares what Brad Pitt thinks of him


First he took aim at Parasite winning best picture at this year’s Academy Awards for being ‘a movie from South Korea!’ (Shock horror.) Now Donald Trump has beef to settle with Brad Pitt, too.

After Brad’s acceptance speech for best supporting actor at the Academy Awards included a little dig at the president’s impeachment trial, Trump, true to form, embarked on his own tirade against the actor.

‘They told me I only had 45 seconds this year, which is 45 seconds more than the Senate gave John Bolton this week,’ Brad joked in his speech, in reference to the Senate’s decision not to hear from witnesses in Trump’s impeachment trial.

So the timing of the president’s declaration that he ‘was never a big fan’ of Brad’s to the crowd of a campaign rally in Colorado is… convenient.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the president told the crowd: ‘And then you have Brad Pitt, I was never a big fan of his. He got up, said a little wise guy thing. He’s a little wise guy.’

Brad took home his second Academy Award at this year’s ceremony, winning best supporting actor for his role in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. He had previously shared in the prize of best picture for his role as a producer on 12 Years a Slave in 2014. It was a highly successful award season for Brad, who reportedly skipped the 2020 BAFAs (where he again won best supporting actor) to focus on his relationship with his son Maddox. 

Continuing to declare his general disdain for the Academy Awards (it’s unlikely he received an invitation) Trump told the rally: ‘How bad were the Academy Awards this year? And the winner is… a movie from South Korea! What the hell was that all about? We’ve got enough problems with South Korea, with trade. On top of that, they give them the best movie of the year. Was it good? I don’t know. Let’s get Gone With the Wind back, please? Sunset Boulevard. So many great movies.’

The perfect response, however, came from NEON, Parasite’s U.S. distributor. ‘Understandable, he can’t read,’ the company tweeted.

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry claim the Queen can’t stop them from legally using the term ‘royal’

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry claim the Queen can’t stop them from legally using the term ‘royal’


Here’s everything you need to know…

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made news earlier this year as they announced that they were planning on stepping down from their roles as ‘senior’ members of the royal family, hoping to become financially independent.

It was then announced by Buckingham Palace that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will be losing their HRH titles following a new deal, and repaying ‘Sovereign Grant expenditure for the refurbishment of Frogmore Cottage’. Releasing an official statement, Buckingham Palace announced: ‘The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are grateful to Her Majesty and the Royal Family for their ongoing support as they embark on the next chapter of their lives.’

The royal couple have since relocated to Canada, living a peaceful month with baby Archie, returning in the next weeks to carry out their final duties as senior royal family members.

While the couple will reportedly retain their titles as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, it has been announced that they will lose their royal status and the right to use their current brand name, Sussex Royal.

In a recent frosty statement however, Meghan and Harry appear to claim that the Queen can’t stop them from legally using the term ‘royal’.

‘While there is not any jurisdiction by The Monarchy or Cabinet Office over the use of the word “Royal” overseas, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex do not intend to use “Sussex Royal” or any iteration of the word “Royal” in any territory (either within the UK or otherwise) when the transition occurs Spring 2020,’ a statement from the couple read.

It went on however to suggest that Harry and Meghan are aware that they are being treated differently to those before them, with the statement reading:

‘While there is precedent for other titled members of the Royal Family to seek employment outside of the institution, for The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, a 12-month review period has been put in place.’

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Meghan's BFF Jessica Mulroney might have accidentally revealed the new Sussex family brand name

Meghan's BFF Jessica Mulroney might have accidentally revealed the new Sussex family brand name


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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made news earlier this year as they announced that they were planning on stepping down from their roles as ‘senior’ members of the royal family, hoping to become financially independent. It was then announced by Buckingham Palace that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will be losing their HRH titles following a new deal, and repaying ‘Sovereign Grant expenditure for the refurbishment of Frogmore Cottage’.

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“After many months of reflection and internal discussions, we have chosen to make a transition this year in starting to carve out a progressive new role within this institution. We intend to step back as ‘senior’ members of the Royal Family and work to become financially independent, while continuing to fully support Her Majesty The Queen. It is with your encouragement, particularly over the last few years, that we feel prepared to make this adjustment. We now plan to balance our time between the United Kingdom and North America, continuing to honour our duty to The Queen, the Commonwealth, and our patronages. This geographic balance will enable us to raise our son with an appreciation for the royal tradition into which he was born, while also providing our family with the space to focus on the next chapter, including the launch of our new charitable entity. We look forward to sharing the full details of this exciting next step in due course, as we continue to collaborate with Her Majesty The Queen, The Prince of Wales, The Duke of Cambridge and all relevant parties. Until then, please accept our deepest thanks for your continued support.” – The Duke and Duchess of Sussex For more information, please visit sussexroyal.com (link in bio) Image © PA

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Releasing an official statement, Buckingham Palace announced: ‘The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are grateful to Her Majesty and the Royal Family for their ongoing support as they embark on the next chapter of their lives.’
The royal couple have since relocated to Canada, living a peaceful month with baby Archie, returning in the next weeks to carry out their final duties as senior royal family members.

While the couple will reportedly lose their royal status, they will retain their titles, with Harry and Meghan most commonly known as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

It was announced over the weekend however, that the couple will no longer be able to use their ‘Sussex Royal’ brand.

So what will the couple be changing their family brand name to? Well, fans think Meghan’s BFF Jessica Mulroney may have accidentally let it slip.

Jessica, whose children were part of Meghan’s bridal party, set rumours running wild, as she registered a website, sussexglobalcharities.com through her charity, the Shoebox Project Foundation, last week.

What does it all mean?

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Boss makes a case for lilac at Milan Fashion Week

Boss makes a case for lilac at Milan Fashion Week


Boss Milan Fashion Week

The venue

Boss Milan Fashion Week

Boss took over the Social Music City space and decked it in lilac, and models, including Irina Shayk, Bella Hadid and Doutzen Kroes, glided around an oval catwalk to the sounds of a live orchestra. The musicians performed a piece titled Down to Earth, composed by Henry Scars Struck, resulting in the most poetic walk we’ve seen this season.

The clothes

We all know Boss does tailoring, and does it well. But the AW20 collection – called Generations – was all about reworking old classics into a more modern and fluid aesthetic.

Boss Milan Fashion Week

The tailoring was given a 2020 update thanks to sharp silhouettes in new fabrications and colours: chocolate coloured leather suits, two-tone coats and the most gorgeous navy silk dresses with cut out details. Knitwear was strong, with oversized scarves adding an interesting layer to slouchy knitwear.

Vivid red and coral accents added a pop of colour to the palette of cream and grey, and more unexpectedly, lilac was a fresh twist on autumnal dressing.

The accessories

Boss Milan Fashion Week

This season saw the introduction of new bag styles and shoes which offered a luxe finishing touch to proceedings. We particularly loved the square-toe stretch fabric boots for her (there was a particularly lust worthy pair in tiger print), and tassel bags for him.

Boss Milan Fashion Week

The FROW

Boss Milan Fashion Week

Boss drew one of the most star studded crowds yet, rounding off Milan Fashion Week nicely. Cara Delevingne and Ashley Benson sat alongside Amber Valletta, Toni Garrn and Orlando Bloom.

The standout piece

Boss Milan Fashion Week

Whilst I was in love with every chocolate-hued piece in the collection, the lilac colour has converted the purple-averse in me.

For this reason, I’m backing the lilac coat, beautifully paired with some olive knitwear.

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Hugo Boss makes a case for lilac at Milan Fashion Week

Hugo Boss makes a case for lilac at Milan Fashion Week


Hugo Boss Milan Fashion Week

The venue

Hugo Boss Milan Fashion Week

Boss took over the Social Music City space and decked it in lilac, and models, including Irina Shayk, Bella Hadid and Doutzen Kroes, glided around an oval catwalk to the sounds of a live orchestra. The musicians performed a piece titled Down to Earth, composed by Henry Scars Struck, resulting in the most poetic walk we’ve seen this season.

The clothes

We all know Boss does tailoring, and does it well. But the AW20 collection – called Generations – was all about reworking old classics into a more modern and fluid aesthetic.

Hugo Boss Milan Fashion Week

The tailoring was given a 2020 update thanks to sharp silhouettes in new fabrications and colours: chocolate coloured leather suits, two-tone coats and the most gorgeous navy silk dresses with cut out details. Knitwear was strong, with oversized scarves adding an interesting layer to slouchy knitwear.

Vivid red and coral accents added a pop of colour to the palette of cream and grey, and more unexpectedly, lilac was a fresh twist on autumnal dressing.

The accessories

Hugo Boss Milan Fashion Week

This season saw the introduction of new bag styles and shoes which offered a luxe finishing touch to proceedings. We particularly loved the square-toe stretch fabric boots for her (there was a particularly lust worthy pair in tiger print), and tassel bags for him.

Hugo Boss Milan Fashion Week

The FROW

Hugo Boss Milan Fashion Week

Boss drew one of the most star studded crowds yet, rounding off Milan Fashion Week nicely. Cara Delevingne and Ashley Benson sat alongside Amber Valletta, Toni Garrn and Orlando Bloom.

The standout piece

Hugo Boss Milan Fashion Week

Whilst I was in love with every chocolate-hued piece in the collection, the lilac colour has converted the purple-averse in me.

For this reason, I’m backing the lilac coat, beautifully paired with some olive knitwear.

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