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5 Royal-related Stories in Today’s Daily Mail, July 8

Plenty of royal-related stories in today’s Daily Mail - a round-up from Archie’s christening at the weekend. Plus billionaire ex-friend of the royals, Jeffrey Epstein, charged with sex trafficking.

Royal-related Stories in Today’s Daily Mail, July 8

1- Meghan's look of love: As latest romantic photograph of the couple is released, the adoring gaze that shows the Duchess of Sussex only has eyes for Harry.

Old romantics say you fall in love at first sight.

And ever since the Sussexes announced their engagement, Meghan’s adoring gaze at Harry has been an ever-present feature in the royal couple’s pictures together.

In a newly released monochrome photograph from two-month-old Archie’s christening, Meghan, 37, stares lovingly into Harry’s eyes.

Meanwhile the proud father, 34, looks down at his son and places a hand on his wife’s arm.

The new parents shared the snap from Archie’s christening with their near 9million Instagram followers, adding they were ‘so happy to share the joy of this day with members of the public’.

2- Australian jeweller behind Meghan Markle's 'A' necklace reveals her website crashed TWICE since her Wimbledon appearance.

The Duchess of Sussex has sparked a shopping frenzy after wearing a personalised 'A' necklace, crafted by Australian jeweller Emma Swann, at Wimbledon.

The Duchess of Sussex has sparked a shopping frenzy after wearing a personalised 'A' necklace, crafted by Australian jeweller Emma Swann, at Wimbledon.

Ms Swann, who founded Verse Fine Jewellery in Sydney, said she didn't interact with Meghan Markle directly but exchanged notes with 'her people' to prepare the $590 necklace with the initial 'A' made as a touching tribute for the royal's baby son Archie.

Following Meghan's surprise appearance at Serena Williams' tennis match on July 4, Ms Swann received an 'avalanche' of orders for the design, with a huge interest in the 18k gold causing the website to crash twice.

3- Archie's royal rescue dog: Meghan 'plans to tour Windsor animal adoption centres with Harry to find loyal pet for their baby son to grow up with' 

Animal lover Meghan is reportedly set to look around rescue centres in Windsor to find a dog for her two-month-old son Archie to grow up with.

The Duchess of Sussex is 'planning to adopt a rescue dog' for her son Archie to grow up with, it emerged today.

Animal lover Meghan is reportedly set to look around rescue centres to find a pet for her two-month-old son.

The 37-year-old former actress is a Patron of The Mayhew Animal Home in London and previously spoke about the 'life-changing joy' adopting a pet can bring.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex already have two dogs at Frogmore Cottage in Windsor, including Meghan’s beloved rescue beagle Guy.

4- Will the Queen 'hand power' to Charles in TWO years? Royal expert predicts the monarch will relinquish the 'majority of duties' when she turns 95, but will retain her title

The royal, 93 , is reportedly discussing bringing in the 1937 Regency Act in two years, which allows the monarch to hand over power if it is felt they are unable to perform their duties.

The Queen will hand over the majority of her duties to Prince Charles when she turns 95, a royal expert has claimed.

The royal, who turned 93 in April, is reportedly discussing bringing in the 1937 Regency Act in two years, which allows the reigning monarch to hand over power if it is felt they are unable to perform their duties to the fullest.

The Act will mean Prince Philip, a Houses of Parliament spokesperson and a third senior person will have to declare evidence supporting the Queen's request to relinquish the majority of her duties.

The Queen will still retain her title, but Charles, 70, would take on the majority of the duties performed by the sovereign, while The Duke of Edinburgh, now 98, would become Guardian of the Queen.

5- Meghan wears the same £12,000 Cartier earrings to Archie's christening as she did at her wedding to Harry to 'link the two meaningful events together'

Meghan, 37, recycled the same pair of £12,000 Cartier earrings for Archie's Christening yesterday, first worn during her wedding at Windsor Castle in May 2018, right.

The Duchess of Sussex paid homage to her wedding by opting for the same designer earrings and a similar boat neck dress, as she posed for family pictures with her adorable son Archie following his christening in Windsor yesterday.

For the occasion, Meghan, 37, recycled the same pair of £12,000 Cartier earrings previously worn as she married Prince Harry at St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle in May 2018, when she walked down the aisle in a stunning custom-made £200,000 Givenchy gown.

The royal, who wore a bespoke Dior dress on Saturday, teamed it with the swirl studs, which are made from 18ct white gold and feature a main diamond surrounded by four small half moon-shaped clusters of smaller stones. 

The earrings are part of Meghan's impressive Cartier collection, which include £60,000 drop earrings, £1,350 swirl earrings, a £17,700 Cartier Essential Lines bracelet and a £241,000 Cartier bracelet.

Speaking Femail, stylist Rochelle White highlighted the similarities between Meghan's christening and wedding look, revealing how the looks 'linked the two meaningful events together'.
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