Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are going on a trip to Cardiff

Jenna Warner
January 12, 2018

Dame Helen Mirren has mingled with the royal family, but she still isn't expecting an invite to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's May wedding.

Apart from following boring traditions, attending hectic events and the responsibility to uphold their family's name and values, they also have to endure increased public scrutiny.

Prince William broke with Royal protocol to make his brother best man and although watchers had speculated the Duke of Cambridge would do the honours when Prince Harry marries Meghan Markle in May, Wills himself has revealed this is far from set in stone.

Brixton radio presenter and DJ Jevanni Letford took advantage of the couple's recent visit to Reprezent Radio where he works and smoothly slipped Prince Harry his business card, yelling at them to let him "DJ at your wedding". She says she was well-behaved and respectful, adding that she was all forthcoming and diplomatic when she wanted something.

"Dear Prince", Levi, a member of the Leeds Jewish community, had written in her note.

Superstar athletes Stephen Curry and LeBron James have also taken social media breaks in an effort to remain laser-focused on performance.

E! News reported past year that Harry had already approached his brother - and Kensington Palace neighbour - for the role. But once Kensington Palace released a royal decree-that was the equivalent of Chris Crocker telling people to leave Britney alone in regards to his new girlfriend-it became obvious that his union with Markle was going to last.

While Mirren says has no intention of ever retiring from acting, she does admit that she nearly always wants to just "stay at home and watch TV".

MEGHAN Markle's half-sister has blasted the royal bride-to-be - claiming the TV star has not financially supported their bankrupt father Thomas. Now, her platforms have gone the way of The Tig, Markle's lifestyle blog, which she closed down in April of past year.

Grant described her sibling, with whom she says she was once close to, as an "extremely well-behaved and respectful" youngster who showed maturity and "diplomacy" beyond her years. "You've made my days brighter and filled this experience with so much joy". "Keep finding those Tig moments of discovery, keep laughing and taking risks, and keep being 'the change you wish to see in the world'". "Thank you for everything".

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