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Meghan and Harry were on a walkabout in Birkenhead this morning on a day of engagements on The Wirral.
Meghan looked happy and relaxed as she chatted to well-wishers for 45 minutes - many of which had been queuing for hours to meet the couple - wearing a red wrap dress over a figure hugging purple dress from Babaton by Aritizia. While the focus was firmly on Meghan's exciting new role within the royal family, it's also being reported that Kate Middleton and Prince William had a private engagement of their own to attend. The soon-to-be parents had an action-packed day as they met with a number of organisations which support and empower groups within the local community. While visiting Tomorrow's Women Wirral, the Duke and Duchess heard first-hand accounts of the women's experiences, before visiting the Inspiration Hall. The Hive provides a safe environment for young people to help them build key skills and raise their aspirations and confidence. They will then unveil a plaque and entertain kids as they participate in activities and workshops.
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Sunday calls for highs in the mid-30s and overnight lows in the lower 30s with a 50 percent chance of wintry mix then snow. Locations south of the Lehigh Valley will see more snow, but even Philadelphia is only expecting an inch, O'Brien said.
Meghan Markle has made history and sparked unprecedented change in the royal world since marrying Prince Harry last May, so it should come as no surprise that the Duchess of Sussex wanted to mix things up in Prince Harry's life as well.
The duke and duchess began their visit by viewing a sculpture in the town's Hamilton Square that marks the 100th anniversary of the death of the poet, killed a week before the end of the conflict on November 4 1918.