Prince William and Prince Harry have attended a private service to rededicate the grave of their mother, Princess of Wales, almost 20 years after her death. The service was held at Diana's family home in Northamptonshire on what would have been her 56th birthday. The ceremony was also attended by the Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George and Princess Charlotte. Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall are in Canada.
“Harry and Meghan are together at Kensington Palace,” an insider tells Us of their February 14 plans. “Tonight, she and Harry are staying in for Valentine’s.” The Suits star, 35, has mostly been staying at the British royal’s Kensington Palace home, Nottingham Cottage, since late December. "It's become Meghan's home away from home," a source has told Us.
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Can't get enough of William, Kate, George and Baby No. 2? Subscribe now for an inside look at all things royals – and to receive an exclusive royal gift! Prince Harry is running out of time if he wants to be around for the arrival of the royal baby. Harry, 30, is in London for a brief stopover to carry out an official royal duty before heading back to Australia Monday. Army captain Harry was at the London Marathon Sunday, handing out medals and greeting volunteers.
The redheaded royal, 30, attended the Virgin Money London Marathon where he congratulated participants at the finish line. Harry met with volunteers and members of St. John Ambulance before making presentations to the winners of both the men's and women's races and the IPC Athletics World Championships, which includes the wheelchair races.
Right after Prince George was born, his Uncle Harry vowed to ensure a life of fun for his new nephew. But in his other role, as Prince Harry of Wales, the fun-loving uncle might have some more pertinent advice for George's new brother or sister, whose birth is expected by the end of the month.
Prince Harry made a 91-year-old's day when he swooped in for a cheeky peck on the cheek at a remembrance service. The 30-year-old royal turned on the charm in Turkey as he met women widowed by the battle of Gallipoli. He told the group of 10 widowers whose husbands paid the ultimate sacrifice during the ill-fated invasion military campaign: "The age gap must have been quite something. You look as if you're in your thirties now."