While the palace are happy to accept letters and well-wishes, it was reported Harry and Meghan returned up to £7 million worth of unsolicited wedding gifts due to rules stating royals can't accept gifts for commercial purposes.
Meghan has said that both she and Harry are feminists, on her "About" page on the royal family website she's quoted as saying, "I am proud to be a woman and feminist". Or perhaps there are no ulterior motives; she just genuinely likes the breath of fresh air Meghan brings and simply enjoys chatting with her.
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While this might seem standard practice for royal engagements with the Queen, this is actually quite a first. For example, a change in the laws of succession in 2011 guaranteed Prince William and Duchess Kate's firstborn would be third in line to the throne regardless of gender.
The pair will be visiting Cheshire on Thursday and it's understood their train will be travelling on Wednesday morning to arrive at Runcorn Station on Thursday morning. "One can't just brush them aside", he said. Who knows, maybe they'll have a little gossip about that spectacular wedding.
The fact that their daughters may not receive a royal title will no doubt irritate the 36-year-old former actress as she's often spoken out about females having equal rights. "It's all about the monarchy. She's lived and worked there all her adult life". "I'm sure she feels Meghan needs a steadying hand in these early days". "Doria is expecting to be a grandmother by this time next year".
The royal pair Wednesday in May following a three-month engagement and rumours have been rife that children won't be too far behind.