From Topshop to Zara, Kate has regularly eschewed luxury designers in favour of pieces from our most loved, affordable brands during her years in the royal spotlight. I'd like to think that she's holding it by the other end and yanking him along behind her. Princess Charlotte, a leader already.
"If you get the ring reset and you do a $400,000 renovation and you do the private jet to NY for the party; it's not Diana".
Meghan, 37, is now on maternity leave, so her appearance at the tennis tournament, only her third since giving birth to son Archie on May 6, was a surprise for fans. "I don't know what it is".
"She doesn't want to be a British public figure in the royal family, go back to America".
"This is so ridiculous, this obsession that her and Harry have about privacy", Morgan said.
"It's absurd for Ms. Markle to demand privacy as she sits in the royal box on a publicly-funded jolly with her mates", he tweeted.
Television host Kirstie Allsopp levelled similar criticism at the relatively new royal, adding some public intrusion was often synonymous with life in the spotlight. With the world's cameras beamed on their heads.
The insider explained how hard it was for Harry and William "to go through that unbearable grief [of their mother's passing] not in private but before the eyes - and camera lenses - of the entire world".
This morning, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's son, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor was christened in the Private Chapel at Windsor Castle at an intimate service officiated by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby.
We have to say that, earrings are quite an outrageous and nitpicky details to get angry about.
ET recently traveled to Toronto, Canada, to exclusively visit the set, where Patrick J. Adams (who makes his return as Mike Ross in episode five) gave us some insight on how the show will address Meghan's character, Rachel Zane.