Meghan Markle latest news – Fans go wild after spotting 'hidden message' in Prince Harry wedding video

EAGLE-eyed fans have spotted that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry gave a secret message on the car they used at their royal wedding.

Three years after their extravagant 2018 nuptials, Sussex fans have zoomed in on the number plate of the Vintage Jaguar E-Type that Harry drove to the reception.

The number plate reads "E190518", which translates to "Established 19 May 2018" – their wedding date.

Excited fans have revealed their thoughts after only just noticing the sweet detail.

One person wrote: “Yoooo I am so embarrassed. I was watching the royal wedding for the 200th time and it’s only now that I noticed the licence plate.”

Another added: “Awwwe! I never knew. Thanks for sharing. Meghan and Harry are so intentional in everything they do. 

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    Prince Harry has previously spoke about mental health

    Prince Harry has recently spoken of how the rise in job resignations during the coronavirus pandemic isn’t “all bad” and he is pleased that people are putting their mental health and happiness first.

    The Prince previously opened up about his mental health earlier this year in a documentary with Oprah Winfrey – claiming that his family showed “total neglect” for his mental health woes.

    He spoke about his struggles with his mental well-being and the trauma that haunts him after the death of mother Princess Diana.

    Both Harry and Meghan have talked openly about their struggles with mental health.

    Meghan, 40, told Oprah during their bombshell interview that she had been struggling with suicidal thoughts after joining the Firm.

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    Prince Charles ‘wants to spare William burden of duty’

    Prince Charles will “follow the tradition of the monarchy” in order to spare William the “burden of duty” for as long as possible, claims a former royal butler.

    Former royal butler Grant Harrold told GB news: “I have been asked this question many times by many friends, do I think it’s possible that Prince Charles decides to not take on the position of King and step aside to pass on Prince William. 

    “I actually believe we would not see that happen because Prince Charles is very traditional.”

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    Queens love of walking

    The Queen still takes her beloved corgis for a stroll as Prince William revealed his “whole family” loves walking – but failed to mention to his brother Harry.

    In a heartfelt tweet, the Duke of Cambridge told of his family’s fondness for walking alongside a snap of him standing outside St Mary Magdalene Church, Sandringham.

    The 39-year-old wrote of the monarch, 95, still enjoying walks, as well as about his father Prince Charles and kids Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis – yet didn’t include Harry amid their ongoing rift.

    Wills shared the message as he says he hopes to “inspire a few other people to get active and take some extra time for their own mental health” by talking about some of his “stories and favorite songs” on an episode of Apple’s Time to Walk podcast.

    He tweeted: “My whole family have a passion for walking – whether it’s my Grandmother still taking her corgis out at 95; my father embarking on lengthy rambles over the summer in Scotland; or my own children making their first appearance at our annual walk to church on Christmas at Sandringham.”

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    Quitting work ‘brings joy’

    Prince Harry abandoned life as a working royal nearly two years ago, but now the royal has caused fury online after saying that quitting your job can bring “joy” and should be “celebrated.”

    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex chose to step down as members of the Royal Family in January 2020 and have begun carving out a new life in the US.

    But now Harry, 37, claims that the rise in job resignations during the coronavirus pandemic isn’t “all bad” and he is pleased that people are putting their mental health and happiness first.

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    Charles' pal has his say

    Charles’ pal said Harry’s reference to the Mahfouz payments was “more damaging than the swipe at Charles’s parenting skills”.

    “This was a challenge to the way he conducts his business which is far more damaging to the future King,” they said.

    The friend added Charles and Harry have “barely spoken since the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral” eight months ago.

    And they said: “These constant barbs about his father from America could be very damaging to his reign.

    “Attempts have been made to clear the air but they have barely spoken since the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral.”

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    Homemade chutney for the Queen

    For her first Christmas at Sandringham in 2011, Kate Middleton reportedly gave The Queen a jar of homemade chutney.

    Expert Duncan Larcombe told the publication: “A homemade chutney gift was absolutely spot on – down to earth, practical and frugal – everything Her Majesty loves.

    “It also showed that Kate could relate to the Queen as a normal grandmother and not just the head of state. And it helped forge a bond built on mutual respect and admiration.”

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    A look back at Harry and Meghan's wedding

    Harry and Meghan married in front of 600 guests in a wedding estimated to have cost £32million, including security.

    Meghan caused a stir after telling Oprah Winfrey during their bombshell chat that she and Harry tied the knot “in our backyard” before the lavish public ceremony at Windsor Castle on May 19, 2018.

    The Archbishop of Canterbury has confirmed Meghan Markle and Prince Harry weren't legally married in their back garden three days before the royal wedding.

    Meghan told the US chat show queen only she, Harry and Justin Welby were there.

    Officials later poured cold water on the claim, with Stephen Borton, who drew up the licence for the wedding, telling The Sun Meghan was "obviously confused".

    And now the Archbishop has told La Repubblica that the wedding seen by millions across the world was the real deal.

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    ‘Hidden message’from Harry and Meghan's wedding

    Fans have now spotted a 'hidden message' from the Sussexes wedding.

    The couple gave a secret message on the car they used at their royal wedding.

    Three years after their extravagant 2018 nuptials, Sussex fans have zoomed in on the number plate of the Vintage Jaguar E-Type that Harry drove to the reception.

    The number plate reads "E190518", which translates to "Established 19 May 2018" – their wedding date.

    Excited fans have revealed their thoughts after only just noticing the sweet detail.

    One person wrote: “Yoooo I am so embarrassed. I was watching the royal wedding for the 200th time and it’s only now that I noticed the licence plate.”

    Another added: “Awwwe! I never knew. Thanks for sharing. Meghan and Harry are so intentional in everything they do. "

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    Williams children enjoy messing around in the morning

    In his new Apple+ podcast Time to Walk, Prince William gave listeners an insight into mornings in the Cambridge household as he took a stroll around the Sandringham estate in Norfolk.

    The proud dad said: "Charlotte, particularly, is running around the kitchen in her dresses and ballet stuff and everything.

    'She goes completely crazy, with Louis following her around trying to do the same thing.

    "It's a really happy moment where the children just enjoy dancing, messing around, and singing."

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    Andrew accuser abused by Epstein trial hears

    GHISLAINE Maxwell’s trial has heard from a woman who says she saw Prince Andrew’s accuser Virginia Roberts abused by Jeffrey Epstein.

    The claim was made by a witness who says she was recruited by the 59-year-old socialite to herself be abused by the multi-millionaire paedophile.

    Virginia Roberts Giuffre – as she's now known – has claimed she had sex with Prince Andrew in a toilet when she was 17, after he had allegedly plied her with vodka in a posh London club.

    The royal has vehemently denied the accusations against him, branding them "false" and "without foundation".

    Maxwell is alleged to have "served up" young girls for former lover Epstein to abuse and also allegedly participated in some of the attacks.

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    Ellie Goulding and Leona Lewis will perform at Kate’s Xmas concert

    The Together At Christmas concert reflects on the challenges of the pandemic and will pay tribute to the people and organisations who have supported communities through the Covid-19 crisis.

    Hosted by Kate, the festive event is being broadcast on ITV on Christmas Eve at 7.30pm after a last-minute switch from the BBC following a row over the BBC Two documentary which examined William and the Duke of Sussex’s relationship with the media.

    William will perform a reading, as will British Paralympian and junior doctor Kim Daybell, and presenter Kate Garraway, whose husband Derek Draper spent a year in hospital after contracting coronavirus.

    The duchess will feature in the introduction to the special Christmas Eve programme Royal Carols: Together At Christmas, as will a performance by singer Tom Walker of his Christmas single For Those Who Can’t Be Here.

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    ‘Barely spoken’ in 8 months

    Charles and Harry have “barely spoken” since then and relations between them are “at an all-time low”, The Sun can reveal.

    The Prince’s personal attacks against his father since the Sussexes left the royal family have forced them apart and left Charles “deeply shocked and hurt”, sources say.

    And matters worsened on Sunday when Harry claimed he had raised “concerns” about Mahfouz Marei Mubarak bin Mahfouz, the Saudi tycoon at the centre of a probe into donations to his father’s charity.

    Sources say Charles, 73, is “keeping a dignified silence” amid fears a public spat could damage his reign.

    It is understood there have been only a few “fraught” phone conversations since Harry and Meghan, 40, quit royal duty to move to the US.

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    William and Kate will send presents to Archie and Lilibet

    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are expected to spend the festive season in California while Prince William and Kate Middleton attend Christmas at Sandringham with The Queen.

    Speaking to Ok! magazine, royal expert Katie Nicholl said the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge still want to keep their Christmas traditions going.

    When asked if they would be sending Archie and Lilibet presents, Katie said: “Yes, of course.

    “They give gifts to the whole family and that includes all their nieces and nephews.”

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    Harry and Charles relationship (Continued…)

    Matters worsened on Sunday when Harry claimed he had raised “concerns” about Mahfouz Marei Mubarak bin Mahfouz, the Saudi tycoon at the centre of a probe into donations to his father’s charity.

    It was reported at the weekend that Harry took a £50,000 donation for his Sentebale charity from Mahfouz in 2013.

    Billionaire Mahfouz later donated £1.5million to Charles’s Prince’s Foundation and received an honorary CBE months later.

    The Charity Commission has launched an investigation.

    On Sunday, Harry stated that he had cut ties with Mahfouz because of “concerns over his motives”. In an incendiary statement, he said he had no involvement in what he called the “CBE scandal”.

    A friend of the Prince of Wales said: “Charles is deeply shocked and disappointed by Harry’s latest statement which effectively threw his father under the bus."

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    Harry and Charles relationship

    It is understood the pair have only had a few “fraught” phone conversations since Harry and Meghan, 40, quit royal duty to move to the US.

    They did not meet in July when Harry was in London for the unveiling of the Diana statue and it's understood Charles has still not met his six-month-old granddaughter Lilibet.

    Pals are now braced for fresh allegations in Harry’s upcoming autobiography after learning he is researching the life of his mother, Princess Diana, and her bitter and public divorce with Charles.

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    Queen could be travelling to Sandringham soon

    On the advice of her doctors she has been resting at Windsor Castle after becoming injured almost two weeks ago.

    Last month she spent a night in hospital for an unspecified condition.

    This Christmas will be the first for The Queen after she lost her husband, Prince Philip in April.

    They had been married for 73 years.

    It is thought The Queen will travel to Sandringham around December 17.

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    Diana passed on trait to William and Harry

    The mindset of not being spoilt was passed on to Prince William from Diana, as he is careful to make sure his own children are the same.

    Royal expert and author Duncan Larcombe told The Mirror: "I think we’re looking at three Christmases rolled into one for William and Kate and their children.

    “There will be Christmas on their own with their kids, the more formal celebrations at Sandringham with William’s family and then time with Kate’s family, the Middletons.

    "But something we know for sure about William and Kate is that they want their children to feel normal and so they certainly won’t be lavishing them with expensive gifts, that’s for certain. They won’t let them be spoiled.”

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    Diana and her boys Christmas gifts

    The People’s Princess was well known for breaking royal protocol and her former security, Ken Wharfe, has now told how determined she was to keep her boys down to earth.

    He says that every festive season young William and Harry would be sent hoards of gifts from businesses, as well as members of the public.

    But the Princess of Wales was so mindful that her children could be spoiled, that she would donate many to charity – or even return them.

    Mr Wharfe told OK! : “Diana was very careful to ensure that they weren’t flooded with gifts – gifts did appear from unknown sources, and they were often returned or given to charity because they didn’t need them.

    He said that “she was very conscious about what she bought” because she “knew the hallway at Sandringham would be full of presents.”

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    Andrew ‘orders legal team to cancel Christmas plans’

    PRINCE Andrew has ordered his legal team to cancel their Christmas plans so they can focus on his sexual assault case, royal sources have claimed.

    The Duke of York is said to have told the US team they must leave “no stone unturned” ahead of his hearing due to take place on January 4.

    Andrew strongly denies Jeffrey Epstein sex slave Virginia Roberts Giuffre’s claims that the royal abused her three times when she was under 18. 

    And sources close to him now say the Duke is “totally consumed” by the legal battle and has been staying up late in the night to talk constantly with lawyers in California.

    They told The Mirror: “The tension in the camp is palpable.

    “He was particularly stressed a few days ago and was heard remonstrating with one of the team. 

    “The feeling was he was telling them to effectively cancel Christmas and get totally across all the eventualities of what could happen in the case so there are, as he put it, ‘no more surprises.”

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    'Barely spoken' in 8 months

    Charles and Harry have “barely spoken” since then and relations between them are “at an all-time low”, The Sun can reveal.

    The Prince’s personal attacks against his father since the Sussexes left the royal family have forced them apart and left Charles “deeply shocked and hurt”, sources say.

    And matters worsened on Sunday when Harry claimed he had raised “concerns” about Mahfouz Marei Mubarak bin Mahfouz, the Saudi tycoon at the centre of a probe into donations to his father’s charity.

    Sources say Charles, 73, is “keeping a dignified silence” amid fears a public spat could damage his reign.

    It is understood there have been only a few “fraught” phone conversations since Harry and Meghan, 40, quit royal duty to move to the US.

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    Christmas delivery

    Prince William and Kate Middleton WILL send Christmas gifts to Archie and Lilibet despite their rift with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, an expert has claimed.

    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are expected to spend the festive season in California while Prince William and Kate Middleton attend Christmas at Sandringham with The Queen.

    Speaking to Ok! magazine, royal expert Katie Nicholl said the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge still want to keep their Christmas traditions going.

    When asked if they would be sending Archie and Lilibet presents, Katie said: “Yes, of course.

    “They give gifts to the whole family and that includes all their nieces and nephews.”

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    Top names to sing at Kate’s Xmas concert

    Ellie Goulding and Leona Lewis will be putting on performances for members of the royal family including the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge as Kate holds Christmas carol concert.

    The Together At Christmas concert reflects on the challenges of the pandemic and will pay tribute to the people and organisations who have supported communities through the Covid-19 crisis.

    Hosted by Kate, the festive event is being broadcast on ITV on Christmas Eve at 7.30pm after a last-minute switch from the BBC following a row over the BBC Two documentary which examined William and the Duke of Sussex’s relationship with the media.

    William will perform a reading, as will British Paralympian and junior doctor Kim Daybell, and presenter Kate Garraway, whose husband Derek Draper spent a year in hospital after contracting coronavirus.

    The duchess will feature in the introduction to the special Christmas Eve programme Royal Carols: Together At Christmas, as will a performance by singer Tom Walker of his Christmas single For Those Who Can’t Be Here.

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    Kate's first Christmas gift to the Queen

    For her first Christmas at Sandringham in 2011, Kate Middleton reportedly gave The Queen a jar of homemade chutney.

    Expert Duncan Larcombe told the publication: "A homemade chutney gift was absolutely spot on – down to earth, practical and frugal – everything Her Majesty loves.

    "It also showed that Kate could relate to the Queen as a normal grandmother and not just the head of state. And it helped forge a bond built on mutual respect and admiration."

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    Last years royal gifts

    Earlier this year, Prince Harry revealed that The Queen had sent Archie a wafflemaker for Christmas in 2020.

    During his appearance on James Corden's The Late Late Show, the Duke of Sussex said: "Interestingly, my grandmother asked us what Archie wanted for Christmas and Meg said a waffle maker.

    "Meg makes up a beautiful organic mix, in the waffle maker, flip it, out it comes, he loves it. Archie literally wakes up in the morning and says 'waffle'."

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    Italian is the future kings favourite

    Prince George has much more sophisticated taste than many of us – and his favourite meal certainly reflects that.

    Speaking to Femail, Aldo Zilli claimed that the future heir to the throne is a big fan of Italian food.

    Hearing this, you’d naturally assume the eight-year-old royal loves a pizza above all else. Right?

    However, Aldo insists that Prince William and Kate Middleton‘s eldest son loves nothing more than a spaghetti carbonara – which are notoriously tricky to make.

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