A Mischievous Pony Tried to Bite Prince Harry in Scotland

Kelvin Reese
February 14, 2018

Meghan Markle visited the site of the Grenfell Tower on her own in a move that was greatly appreciated by those affected by the tragedy, it has been reported.

It's an idea that's already been widely embraced: Today, while on a visit to Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh, a group of students sang Sheeran's "Perfect" to the couple.

Ms Markle, aptly sporting a tartan coat, was offered a Valentine's Day card by one member of the public with cheering following Prince Harry as he made his way along the rows of excited spectators.

And this isn't too far of a stretch to be considered legitimately true, as it turns out Sheeran has quite a bit of history with the royal family, and, in particular, the groom-to-be.

Earlier a palace insider revealed Meghan is being taught British terminology as part of a a "crash course" before her wedding to Harry.

She paired a black bodysuit and wide-legged trousers from Veronica Beard with a Burberry tartan coat that retails for $2,765.

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She is also being taught everything from table manners to how to socialise with foreign diplomat as a senior royal.

Last weekend, Kensington Palace released more royal wedding news and finally answered the question of exactly what time the nuptials will take place. But on a trip to Scotland, Markle ditched her now signature messy bun and twinned with the Duchess of Cambridge-and a small horse with a bad reputation.

Meghan Markle is breaking boundaries with her royal dressing. She wore the Black Watch coat for Christmas Day in 2013. She also carried a small leather handbag for the event.

According to the Daily Mail, rather than carrying a neat clutch like Kate or a handbag in the style of the Queen she was the first royal to step out with a trendy cross body bag, opting again for Scottish brand Strathberry.

"Harry is our favourite, he seems more down to earth". They also make a point to hire employees who have personal experiences with homelessness. The beloved mascot was wearing a coat very similar to the one Meghan was wearing and even got a bit playful with Harry at one stage.

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