He turned to his fiancée to explain that in Britain a Band-Aid - which is a brand name - is called a sticking plaster. Markle was very involved in the events, however, speaking with campaigners and advocates in attendance. The Suits star just laughed off the situation, as seen in the video shared by The Evening Standard.
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According to the brewer, the pale ale is made from barley grown in Windsor's royal farm, to represent Harry, and combined with hops from the west coast of America, reflecting Markle's heritage. Prince Harry has learned to assimilate with some of the American practices and traditions, including the preference of their wedding cake.
The #RoyalAle has been brewed to give the traditional British pint a US twist in honour of the nuptials of the transatlantic couple who will get married at Queen Elizabeth's Windsor Castle home on May 19. Based in the progressive OR in the United States - where weed, among other things like assisted euthanasia, is legal - Dooley is in the process of making a potent hybrid named "Markle's Sparkle".
Following the wedding, the two will jet off to Namibia.