Harry and Meghan's first official appearance

Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan have stepped out for their first official appearance as a married couple. The pair attended Prince Charles’ 70th birthday patronage celebration yesterday at Buckingham Palace, which honored his royal duties.

Even though Prince Charles doesn’t turn 70 until November 14th, the royals still turned out for the event. The event also highlighted Charles’ military affiliations and the numerous charities he supports.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were among the six-thousand attendees including military personnel. The event also recognized the emergency responders involved in the terror attack at Ariana Grande’s Manchester Arena concert, which happened one year ago yesterday.

ONE MORE THING: Now that both princes are married, some may feel their chances at royalty are over; but, there is one eligible bachelor left. Harry’s first cousin Louis Spencer, Viscount Althorp  (Diana's side). The dashing 24-year-old caught attention when he arrived at the royal wedding with his mother Victoria Aitken and sisters Lady Kitty and Lady Eliza Spencer. His father is Princess Diana’s brother Charles, 9th Earl Spencer. He’s also next in line to the earldom and that means a huge inheritance. Up until now he’s seemingly remained under the radar.

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