This is why Meghan always walks slightly behind her husband Prince Harry

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The Royal couple is now on their first official trip to Australia, and an anonymous insider says that Meghan and Harry want things to be as normal as possible for their baby, who will be seventh in line to the British throne (just behind Prince Harry, who is sixth).

The outfits are displayed as part of an exhibition entitled A Royal Wedding: The Duke and Duchess of Sussex in the Grand Reception Room at Windsor Castle in Windsor, near London.

Prince Harry and wife Meghan donned matching red and cream unisex skirts Friday as they wrapped up a four-day Pacific island trip in Tonga with a celebration of local crafts and culture. I wanted a British designer because I wanted to embrace my new home in a way.

She's previously called her half-sister a "self-obsessed social climber" and a "pushy princess" and now Samantha Markle has lashed again after Meghan gave her first speech on her royal tour.

The exhibition is now on display in the castle's Grand Reception Room where Queen Elizabeth hosted the couple's wedding reception after their nuptials back in May.

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Visitors can also see Meghan's lovely veil.

She forgot to take notice of the label that was hanging from her dress as she walked along a red carpet with Prince Harry at the Fua'amotu Airport in Nuku'alofa, the country's capital.

"We were too close, so the decision was made to abort the landing". "They are identical in every respect". "A great level of detail went into the planning of our wedding day", says Meghan. "I shouldn't have really been there, but an incredible loan by my grandmother, it was very sweet".

Harry's wedding outfit, including the distinctive frockcoat uniform made by master tailors on Savile Row, is also on display.

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