Savile Row tailor Richard James swung by Buckingham Palace on Friday to collect his Queen’s honor for services to men’s fashion.
The princes and their partners talked about their philanthropic goals.
While Markle will tie the knot with Prince Harry at St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle, her on-air gown from Anne Barge is known as the “Versailles.”
Meghan Markle’s belted coat was a freebie gifted to the “Suits” actress from the Canadian company Line.
The portrait was photographed by Chris Jackson — the husband of Kate Middleton’s personal assistant Natasha Archer — in June at Kensington Palace.
The trip is part of a European tour on behalf of Britain’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
The prince talks about topics pertaining to mental health as a part of the Heads Together initiative, created by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are demanding compensation from France’s Closer magazine for publishing topless images of the Duchess during a holiday in Provence in 2012.
Runners taking part in the annual event were given Heads Together headbands to raise awareness about mental health, and many are raising money for the campaign.
The royal trio took part in a Heart radio breakfast show, broadcast from the Global Academy.
Beckham’s OBE was announced in December as part of the Queen’s birthday honors.
“Prince Philip was the real foodie in the sense that he loved to cook.”
Victims and their families, alongside the police, NHS hospital workers, fire brigade and ambulance teams took part in the service.