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Prince Harry and Meghan watch street-style dances in Lagos

Prince Harry and Meghan watch street-style dances in Lagos

Prince Harry and his wife Meghan were treated to street-style dances in Nigeria's commercial hub Lagos, where they unveiled a partnership between their Archewell Foundation and non-profit Giants of Africa, which uses sport to empower young people. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are visiting Africa's most populous nation for the first time after being invited by Nigeria's chief of defence staff. At Ilupeju Senior Grammar School on Lagos Mainland, the couple watched basketball practice and Harry stepped on the court for some ball-bouncing drills and to shoot a hoop. "What you guys are doing here at Giants of Africa is truly…
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Prince Harry and Meghan set to embark on unofficial Royal Tour of Nigeria

Prince Harry and Meghan set to embark on unofficial Royal Tour of Nigeria

PRINCE Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, are gearing up for their first non-official royal tour of Nigeria, according to the UK Daily Mail.  The couple has been invited to Nigeria by the country's chief of defence staff following their connection at the Invictus Games Dusseldorf in Germany last September. Their Nigerian itinerary is filled with 'cultural activities' for this unofficial royal visit, including meetings with service members and their families. Nigerian media reports suggest the couple will also participate in traditional cultural activities during their stay. The decision by the Sussexes to accept the invitation has…
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Prince Harry and wife Meghan wish Kate health and privacy after cancer diagnosis

Prince Harry and wife Meghan wish Kate health and privacy after cancer diagnosis

PRINCE Harry and Meghan said they wished health and privacy for Kate, the wife of Harry's elder brother William, on Friday after she announced she was receiving treatment following the discovery of cancer. "We wish health and healing for Kate and the family and hope they are able to do so privately and in peace," Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, said in a statement.
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Harry accuses Prince William of screaming at him, his aides of leaking stories

Harry accuses Prince William of screaming at him, his aides of leaking stories

MICHAEL HOLDEN PRINCE Harry and his wife Meghan piled fresh criticism on the British royals in new episodes of their documentary series released on Thursday, accusing his elder brother Prince William of screaming at him during a summit to discuss his future. In the final three episodes of the Netflix series, Harry also said aides for William, now heir to the throne, had been complicit in negative stories appearing about the couple in the media and blamed the press for Meghan having a miscarriage. "It is a dirty game. There's leaking but there's also planting of stories," said Harry. "So if the…
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Harry and Meghan defend documentary after privacy criticism

Harry and Meghan defend documentary after privacy criticism

BRITAIN'S Prince Harry and his wife Meghan have rejected criticism of a documentary about their lives, with a statement from their spokesman saying that the couple had never cited privacy as a reason for stepping back from the royal family. In the first three episodes of the much-anticipated documentary, the couple - the Duke and Duchess of Sussex - made a series of disclosures, with Meghan recalling her first death threat, Harry talking about wearing disguises to their dates, and previously unseen footage of their son Archie. The launch, according to figures cited by the BBC drew 2.4 million TV viewers in…
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Harry and Meghan decry “pain and suffering” of women brought into UK royal family

Harry and Meghan decry “pain and suffering” of women brought into UK royal family

MICHAEL HOLDEN PRINCE Harry said the British royal family had dismissed race-related hounding of his wife Meghan by the press as a rite of passage as the couple delivered a fierce attack on the media in their Netflix documentary series released. Harry also drew comparisons between how papers had treated Meghan and the intense media intrusion that his mother Princess Diana had suffered. Diana was killed in a car crash in Paris in 1997 as her limousine sped away from chasing paparazzi photographers. Harry, who along with Meghan stepped down from royal duties two years ago, said it was his…
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Meghan Markle & Prince Harry abandon social media

Meghan Markle & Prince Harry abandon social media

MPHO RANTAO THE Duke and Duchess of Sussex have decided to step away from Twitter, Instagram and Facebook for good.  Their decision was disclosed by a source close to the couple, who told The Times of London that it is "very unlikely" that the royal duo will not return to social media due to the immense amount of "hate" they have received from online users.  The source also informed The Times of London that the couple had no plans to create social media profiles for their Archewell Foundation or return to their personal social profiles for the foreseeable future. The…
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Nigerian-born lensman’s moment

Nigerian-born lensman’s moment

AFRICAN MIRROR REPORTER NIGERIAN-born and British photographer and confidante to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Misan Harriman, calls the royal couple “absolute soulmates” amid their pregnancy announcement. Harriman was the photographer selected to capture the beautiful moment seen on the viral image of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry gazing at each other adoringly.  The photographer revealed in his tweet that the entire black and white picture taken in Los Angeles was shot remotely via iPad by Harriman, who was in London.  Harriman captured Markle cradling her baby bump in a white Carolina Herrera dress, while laying on Prince Harry’s…
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