Here's how Harry and Meghan will honour Diana at their wedding

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Arriving at the Queen Elizabeth II conference centre on Monday morning, the Prince was joined by Theresa May, the Prime Minister, to meet 18 youth delegates from the Commonwealth. The couple is taking more royal duties, Markle started attending the royal engagements with Prince in February.

Not only does she take on the style of the royals, but a plethora of stars whose look many women think they can't pull off because they're not a size 8.

He went on to discuss the importance of listening to the youth representatives. Pictured: Prince Harry, Markle during a visit to Catalyst Inc science park in Belfast where they met some of Northern Ireland's brightest young entrepreneurs on March 23, 2018 in Belfast, Nothern Ireland.

Tyler Dooley, the nephew of actress and Prince Harry's fiancée Meghan Markle is creating a new cannabis hybrid in Meghan's honor as a unique gift for the approaching Royal Wedding. "Rather, they inspire you to persevere and effect change".

Today Harry and Megan has pleased fans with another release: lovers visited the youth forum of the Commonwealth of Nations (Commonwealth Youth Forum), which these days takes place in the London Convention centre.

While much has been said of how Meghan and Harry met on a blind date in 2016 after being set up by a mutual friend, insiders have claimed the prince may have been seeing another woman at the time. According to the BBC, charities use royal patrons' visibility as a way to generate awareness for the organization's cause.

Meghan Markle is reportedly planning on copying Kate Middleton when it comes to what she will wear on her big day in May by choosing not one, but two wedding dresses to wear. The Daily Mail reports that even though cannabis isn't legal in Britain, Dooley is developing a potent strain that'll be called Markle's Sparkle.

Ms Markle was wearing a black blazer by Australian designer Camilla and Marc for the event.

The Commonwealth Youth Forum gives youth the platform to be able to influence change in their communities and across the world.

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