Published: Tue, March 12, 2019
Culture | By Jeremy Gray

Harry and Meghan meet young Canadian talent to mark Commonwealth Day

Harry and Meghan meet young Canadian talent to mark Commonwealth Day

Tackling parenting for the first time could prove a daunting task for anyone and it seems as though Kate, mum to George (5), Charlotte (3) and six-month-old Prince Louis, is on hand to help the former Suits star.

The pregnant duchess wowed in a print midi dress by one of her go-to British designers, Victoria Beckham.

"The only pity I reckon with Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, is I feel she is so intelligent and so good at public speaking, she's really strong in areas like girls' education and homelessness, poverty".

As for the rumors going around that Meghan and Kate can not stand each other, they started at the end of previous year and were sparked by the news that Meghan and Harry were moving away from Kensington Palace to raise their baby by themselves.

She visited Mulroney in Toronto in August for a three-day getaway.

The Duchess was sitting next to Prince Harry during the service, which is attended by the royals every year.

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They had nothing to lose and were taking a lot of risks. "I think if we would have scored one goal in London the situation would have been completely different".

So, it's no surprise Markle would want to pay tribute to the country.

There was no sign of a supposed "feud" as the young royal in-laws, Prince Harry and Meghan and Prince William and Kate, gathered with the Queen and royal family for the annual Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey on Monday (Tuesday NZ time).

The custom-made wool outfit also included a nod to Markle's mother, Doria Ragland.

Myka Meier, founder and director of Beaumont Etiquette, previously told PEOPLE that Meghan will be expected to curtsy to Queen Elizabeth, Prince Philip, Prince Charles and Camilla.

The video shows the Duke and Duchess getting stuck into the Canadian springtime tradition of making maple taffy.

The duchess and the Duke of Sussex were meeting young Canadians in London who are forging ahead in the fields of fashion, tech entrepreneurship, business and the arts.

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