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See the artwork Prince Harry gifted to Meghan Markle during their courtship

Could this artwork be the clue to how Prince Harry won over Meghan Markle?

She may have stepped out in Australian labels like Camilla and Marc and Oroton prior to becoming a royal, but don’t be fooled into thinking Meghan Markle was ever really an ordinary girl. In fact, there’s nothing about the early days of Harry and Meghan‘s relationship to suggest this was a normal courtship. Yep, it seems even in the honeymoon phase of their relationship, the now-Duchess of Sussex was commanding the kind of gifts not normally known to mere mortals…

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Meghan Markle Will Soon Be Expected to Follow These Design and Entertaining Rules

A royal etiquette expert fills us in on everything from the proper way to serve tea to exactly what the Royal Warrant of Appointment really means

Prince Harry’s fiancée Meghan Markle is already well versed in the more glamorous aspects of royal living; as a star of the legal drama Suits for seven years, she’s seen her share of red carpets and photo shoots. But after the couple weds this May, Markle will become intimately familiar with the more quotidian responsibilities of royal life, such as how one decorates an apartment in Kensington Palace and what the protocol is if the Duchess of Cambridge drops by unannounced for tea […]

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The Gifts Prince Harry Has Given Meghan Markle Will Make You Green With Envy

In the emotional roller coaster that is 2017, we’re holding on extratight to the existence of true love – more specifically, the love between Prince Harry and Suits star Meghan Markle.

 The couple are extremely private, but we do get glimpses of their storybook romance from their rumored gift exchanges.

Prince Harry knows how to pick out basic sentimental gifts like bracelets and flowers, and he also knows how to make his partner feel like a million bucks, or pounds, if you will.

  • Painting: Harry selected an understated piece of art after browsing a VIP section in the Walton Fine Arts gallery in Kensington. Painted by British artist Van Donna, the charming work is called “Everybody Needs Somebody to Love.” It is a diptych, a painting that comes in a set of two panels. The left canvas depicts a boy and a girl holding hands, and the right canvas features the words “Everybody Needs Somebody to Love.” A local art collector informed People that Harry wanted “something for an important person.” We wonder who.

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Everything you may have missed from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s adorable royal love story

July 2017: It’s revealed that Harry gifted Meghan half a painting. It was the royal version of BFF necklaces.

People magazine reported in July that Prince Harry purchased a piece of artworkfrom British artist Van Donna called “Everybody Needs Somebody To Love” for an “important person” way back in October 2016.

We’re just going to go ahead and assume that he made the sweet gesture for Meghan since he began dating her around this time. He also asked if the painting could be split in two, so here’s hoping one piece hangs in each of their homes.

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BREAKING: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding date announced

The statement added that Queen Elizabeth II and other members of the family have been informed by Prince Harry, fifth in line to the throne. He has also sought and received the blessings from Markle’s family.

“We are incredibly happy for Meghan and Harry. Our daughter has always been a kind and loving person,” Markle’s parents Thomas Markle and Doria Ragland said in a statement.

On this occasion, IBTimes Singapore brings you the chronology of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal love story that started in 2016.


July 2017: People magazine reported in July that Prince Harry had purchased a painting from British artist Van Donna for an “important person” back in October 2016. The name of the art piece was “Everybody Needs Somebody to Love.” He asked to make two parts of that painting if possible, as he wanted to take half of it and gift the rest to his beloved.

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How Meghan Markle will make Kensington Palace her home

With speculation that an announcement of a royal engagement is imminent, Prince Harryand Meghan Markle are also taking another big step in their relationship – moving in together. Reports suggest that Meghan is set to live with her boyfriend at his home, Nottingham Cottage at Kensington Palace, after moving out of her rented house in Toronto earlier this week.

Meghan Markle is expected to move in with Prince Harry at Kensington Palace

However, Nottingham Cottage is much more modest and is one of the smallest properties on the estate, with two bedrooms, a small living room, kitchen and bathroom. Meghan has stayed at the cottage many times while visiting Harry over the past 12 months, and will no doubt be adding her own personal touches to her new home.

Photos shared by the Suits star from her former property show that Meghan favours a minimalistic monochrome colour scheme, but uses details such as photo frames, coffee table books and bold blooms to add personality and pops of colour to rooms. The 36-year-old will likely be wanting to hang some of her prized artworks on the walls at her new home; Meghan once shared a photo of a figure study watercolour painting by Inslee Fariss on Instagram, while Harry is reported to have spent thousands on a painting by British artist Van Donna, called Everybody Needs Somebody To Love, for his girlfriend.

Everybody Needs Somebody To Love by Van Donna Limited Edition Fine Art Print






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