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Britain's Meghan the Duchess of Sussex leaves King's College after joining a panel discussion convened by The Queen's Commonwealth Trust to mark Int

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Millions of people around the world, including Meghan's estranged father, half-sister, and half-brother tuned in to see Meghan step out of the auto in her stunning bespoke Givenchy gown, walk down the aisle, and marry her prince!

"Sometimes pregnancy can cause your fingers to swell because of oedema - basically water retention that can make hands and often legs and ankles get a little bit puffy", birth expert Milli Hill told Express.

Meanwhile, her husband Prince Harry opted for a navy suit and light pink tie as he walked hand-in-hand with his wife. The heir to the throne made Meghan giggle with a series of quips.

FYI: Duchess Meghan is wearing Victoria Beckham.

Harry designed Meghan's diamond ring himself. "I was a swollen, hot, sweaty, enormous, flatulent, in search of my feet, hot fudge sundae junkie, nervously excited, pudgy faced, waddling goddess".

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They've bulldozed competition, used our private information for profit, and tilted the playing field against everyone else. To follow up on that, she was asked as to how Apple would keep the iPhone secure if the App Store is not run by Apple.

But while there was one accessory clearly missing, Meghan still stunned in a custom-made green embellished coat and matching dress by Canadian designer Erdem as she arrived at Canada House this morning. They all chatted together as Charles and Camilla arrived.

Now fans are wondering why she chose not to wear the stunning piece of jewellery.

Monday was no exception, as the Duchess of Sussex attended a Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey in a warm orange-ish pink double-breasted Catherine Walker jacket with a set of 18 Abalone buttons that trailed past her knees.

This year marks the 70th anniversary of the modern Commonwealth, which encompasses nearly 2.4 billion people - a third of the world population.

When it comes to rules, Queen Elizabeth II has many of them, and she expects each one to be followed carefully.

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