Meghan Markle flies to Chicago to finalize visa application

Prince Harry paid tribute to the Queen and the Prince of Wales as he addressed young people from the Commonwealth’s 53 nations

Celebrity confused when she was asked if she'll be a guest at the ceremony.

The official reasoning is that it is not necessary to invite political leaders because Harry, 33, unlike his brother William, is not likely to become king. (60 Minutes) Harry and Meghan marry on May 19.

The likes of Erdem, Christopher Bailey and Ralph & Russo, who designed Markle's $100,000 dress seen in her engagement photos, have all been rumoured to be doing the honours.

In terms of the style she thinks Markle will go for, "I think that she'll wear a very fitted gown that flares away from her mid-thigh, [with] a handsome V neckline, long lace sleeves, buttons from the wrist to the elbow... all handsome couture touches". Before the wedding day, stayed a month, and still not aware of some interesting details, for example, who are the designers making a dress of the bride.

The film will star Murray Fraser ("The Loch") as Prince Harry and Parisa Fitz-Henley ("Midnight Texas") as Meghan Markle.

Mike Woodson wants to coach Knicks again: 'I hope they call me'
The torn ACL he suffered midway through this season is expected to keep him out for at least the first month or so of next season. It was reported Saturday that David Fizdale and Jerry Stackhouse were on the list of candidates that NY would interview.

Also Tuesday, Kensington Palace officials named some of the 1,200 members of the public who have been told they will be among the 2,640 people invited to the grounds of Windsor Castle for the big event.

He said: "The emphasis will very clearly be on guests that Harry and Meghan know themselves".

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"And if his fiancee Meghan Markle joins him, they would want her too".

Meghan Markle was spotted in Chicago Thursday just weeks before her royal wedding to Prince Harry to finalize her application for a United Kingdom visa, reports said. "Windsor is getting ready to welcome the world to The Royal Wedding on May 19th with bunting, large screens and refreshments across the town".

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