Our favourite royal couples have a big event on their calendars. William, Harry, Kate and Meghan and lots of other members of the royal family will be in attendance at Buckingham Palace for the morning reception on March 5, to mark the forthcoming 50th anniversary of Prince Charles’ investiture (on July 1) when he was officially given the title of Prince of Wales. Besides, the Queen and Prince Charles, also in attending will be Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, and the Queen’s daughter, Princess Anne.
But it seems that we won’t be seeing Meghan Markle with a tiara anytime soon- as the event is a daytime reception, so there is formalwear but no tiaras. The only time the Duchess of Sussex has gotten the chance to wear a tiara was on her wedding day; on her big day she wore the Queen Mary Diamond bandeau, borrowed from the monarch, and since then nothing.
“This special reception will mark the Prince of Wales’s fifty years of service to Wales, the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth, and will be an opportunity to celebrate a range of Welsh charities, organisations and businesses,” Buckingham Palace said.
The last time we saw all four was at their annual Christmas church outing. Meghan, who linked arms with Harry, chatted happily with Kate as they followed closely behind Prince Charles.
Both couples have had a very busy schedule lately. Meghan and Harry, despite expecting their first child in spring and a planned move, are currently finishing their tour of Morocco on Monday, while Kate and William finally got some breathing room after an exhausting month or so.
The Cambridge used the chance to take some time off and enjoy some time with their kids as Prince George, 5, and Princess Charlotte, 3, had a half-term break from school.