Royal wedding: Will Pippa Middleton go to Harry and Meghan's wedding?

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Bosses of the popular show - which also has a significant following in the United Kingdom - wants the royal couple to star on the programme later in 2018. "They are using the occasion to shine a light on organisations working to improve their communities, which is fantastic", said Ginday, who is looking forward to taking some of her macaroons to share with guests at a picnic that is planned on the wedding day. When Tara questioned why Markle would do that, Greer was ready with a sarcastic response. The actual British royal wedding will happen on May 19. "It's terrible, it's anachronistic", said Greer.

British journalist Andrew Morton generated worldwide headlines when he published Diana: Her True Story In Her Own Words in 1992, based on secret recordings where the "People's Princess" revealed the battles with depression, self-harm and infidelity in her marriage to Prince Charles.

Royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams said Harry and Meghan might return the favour, "if they know each other well", saying there would be no questioning of the American being overshadowed on her big day.

In terms of the style she thinks Markle will go for, "I think that she'll wear a very fitted gown that flares away from her mid-thigh, [with] a attractive V neckline, long lace sleeves, buttons from the wrist to the elbow... all lovely couture touches". "Let's hope they're in love. With Prince Harry!'... She whispered it so quietly I had to ask her to repeat it", Nelthorpe-Cowne admitted to the Daily Mail.

"Why would a girl born in poverty marry a man with 53 million quid?"

"The word I am getting from the palace is that Harry is absolutely besotted with her", he said. Just say, "That's it". "I couldn't believe what I was hearing but I think she could barely believe it either. She bolted before", Greer said, referring to Markle's failed marriage to Trevor Engelson, which ended suddenly in 2013. "But I think [in my view] if she has a fitted dress underneath that shows [off] her figure, [that] gives it much more of an element of style and fashion, whereas with Kate's dress it was serious tradition".