Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Wear Virtual Reality Goggles to Promote STEM

Frederick Owens
March 11, 2018

Crown Jewels Heritage Condoms, the firm behind the product, explain: "This is a novelty product".

The front of the royal blue packet comes with a portrait of Prince Harry and Suits actress Meghan Markle who are due to Wednesday in May.

The festive drink will be sold in London and Windsor pubs by the end of the month, where those excited about the royal wedding will be able to toast to the bride and groom with a bottle inspired by their worldwide love.

Despite the cold and wet conditions, the couple greeted the waiting crowds with Meghan stopping to hug some flag-waving children.

Prince Harry and Meghan made their way to Nechells thereafter, where they meet Coach Core apprentices.

On Thursday, the soon-to-be royal stepped out in Birmingham, England with her fiancé, Prince Harry, for a day of royal engagements inspired by International Women's Day.

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According to the Daily Mail, celebrity hairdresser Jay Birmingham noticed that "Meghan has changed her parting from the middle to the side" and it beautifully "frames her symmetrical face, [and] shows off her cheekbones and diffuses her jaw line". "I hope to use this platform to share the causes, passions, and people close to my heart", she wrote as a caption.

"Meghan said she would like to see me on TV when I become an actress", Richards added, calling it a "dream come true".

The 45-minute rite was reportedly conducted by the Archbishop of Canterbury in the Chapel Royal at St. James Palace, where the new member of the pristine church was baptized with holy water from the River Jordan. When she told him she wanted to be an actress, he brought her over to meet Meghan.

Preparations are in order and details about the upcoming wedding on May 19 at the Windsor Castle are slowly trickling out. But Meghan will never get to take on her new in-laws at Monopoly since there's a strict Royal Family ban on the game - apparently it gets "too vicious" when they play.

They then heard more about their motivations to pursue science, technology, engineering and maths subjects.

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