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TLC Will Air Next Big Royal Wedding Exclusively In The US Commercial Free

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Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank pose in the Picture Gallery at Buckingham Palace after they announced their engagement. Princess Eugenie wears a dress by Erdem, shoes by Jimmy Choo and a ring containing a padparadscha sapphire surrounded by diamonds on January 22, 2018 in London, England.. They are to marry at St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle in the autumn this year. (Photo by Jonathan Brady – WPA Pool/Getty Images)

TLC announced today (Oct 4) that it has secured the rights to be the exclusive U.S. broadcast partner for the upcoming royal wedding between Princess Eugenie of York and her partner of eight years, Jack Brooksbank, on Friday, October 12.

TLC’s three-hour, commercial-free live feed will start at 4:25 AM ET/PT, immediately followed by an encore air beginning at 7:25 AM ET/PT. Hosted by UK television personalities Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford (ITV’s “This Morning”), viewers will get a front row seat to this year’s second royal wedding at Windsor Castle, promising even more fashion, glamor and regal delight!

Immediately following the live feed, TLC will broadcast an encore airing of the wedding starting at 7:25 AM ET/PT. Viewers will also be able to relive the nuptials on demand via the TLC GO app, after the live simulcast.

“Weddings are an essential part of our programming DNA, and having two royal weddings is cause for celebration on TLC,” says Howard Lee, President and General Manager of TLC. “In May, we were thrilled to provide live coverage of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding. Now it’s Princess Eugenie’s turn, and U.S. fans of the royal family will get to witness all the flourishes of this big day only on TLC!”

 

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Prince William Took Over The Kensington Palace ‏Twitter To Celebrate England Heading To The World Cup Semi-Finals

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In a rare tweet, Prince William celebrated England’s victory over Sweeden which will see the team heading to the semi-finals for the first time in 28 years. He did so on the official Kensington Palace ‏Twitter account.

“You wanted to make history @England and you are doing just that. This has been an incredible #WorldCup run and we’ve enjoyed every minute. You deserve this moment – Football’s Coming Home!” Prince William wrote in his tweet before signing it “W”

 

 

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How the Royals Teach Their Children to Behave So Well in Church

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To many, the idea of 10 small children serving as bridesmaids and page boys at a wedding sounds like a recipe for disaster. But Meghan Markle and Prince Harry went for it anyway — and everyone behaved just fine.

Prince George, 4, Princess Charlotte, 3, and their eight cohorts made up of several of the royal couple’s godchildren and friends’ children, managed to accompany Meghan down the aisle and sit through the near-hour-long ceremony without incident, as nary a candy wrapper was heard nor program dropped while millions of people watched. According to Myka Meier of Beaumont Etiquette, which was founded in Kensington and teaches courses on etiquette at The Plaza Hotel in New York City, that seemingly flawless behavior is the result of practice, practice, practice.

“Etiquette training for the royals starts as soon as they’re old enough to sit at a table,” Meier says. “They are raised having formal meals, going to formal events and practicing everything from voice levels to dressing appropriately to even, of course, how to curtsy and bow. The children in the wedding would have been very well prepared through rehearsals and even learned wedding specific behavior and protocol.”

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Jewelry designer Claudia Bradby, who attended the wedding with her husband, ITN anchor Tom Bradby, told ITV that seeing the children walk down the aisle was a highlight of the already-exciting day: “They were very well practiced, they looked as if they were really enjoying it.”

Of course, we’re talking about royals, here, and they aren’t without some assistance. “They would have many royal aides and members of the royal family to assist and guide the children through the day,” Meier adds. “If there were any issues, they would have been seamlessly taken care of.”

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While Meier isn’t aware of any specific tips or tricks taught to the royal children, she does offer this recommendation to moms in awe of George, Charlotte, and the like: “Generally, the best way to keep a child well behaved during a ceremony is by using positive reinforcement, and of course reward good behavior!”

That seemed to work out well for one of the children at the royal wedding. “One little girl was upset but being comforted by the promise of Peppa Pig and Smarties later,” Bradby said.

This article originally appeared on people.com 

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The Royal Wedding of Prince Harry & Meghan Markle – Watch Live

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Stay connected with the biggest international event of the year and watch history unfold before your eyes with detailed coverage of the royal wedding provided by Sky News. You can follow along with the order of the wedding ceremony by viewing a PDF file of the official ‘Order of Service’ provided here.

LIVE COVERAGE OF THE ROYAL WEDDING FROM SKY NEWS

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Details About Prince Harry & Meghan Markle’s Royal Wedding Released (In Tweets)

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The official Twitter account for Kensington Palace has released a series of tweets featuring details about the upcoming royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

Trevor Decker News notes that It has been reported that there will be a pool camera – meaning all media outlets will be able to plug in and run footage of the day.

Are you excited about the wedding? You can view the tweets below.

 

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Kate Middleton Takes Part In PSA For Children’s Mental Health Awareness

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The Duchess of Cambridge speaks to students, parents, and teachers about the importance of working together to support young people as they learn to be the best version of themselves during UK’s Children’s Mental Health Week.

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Queen Elizabeth Honors Victims of Manchester Terror Attack In Christmas Message

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Queen Elizabeth used her annual Christmas message to honor victims of terror attacks that took place this year. Reflecting on the victims of the Ariana Grande concert attack in Manchester and called the benefit concert that took place days later as “A powerful reclaiming of the ground and the city those young people call home”.

Watch the full Christmas message below.

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Meghan Markle Was On Nickelodeon As a Kid! (Video)

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Meghan Markle was featured on the long-running Nickelodeon series “Nick News” back in 1993. She was featured on the program after her letter changed a television ad to not single out women in an advertisement for dish soap. In the report from Inside Edition, Linda Ellerbee who was the host of the series reflects on Meghan being determined to make a difference in the world even at the age of 11.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Give Engagement Interview

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle say the proposal happened on a “cosy night” when they were “just roasting a chicken.” As part of their first interview since announcing their royal engagement, the couple also discussed their long-distance romance, their different backgrounds, and what it was like for Markle to meet the Queen and her corgis.

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Britain’s Prince Harry Is Engaged To American Girlfriend Meghan Markle

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The following is courtesy of Daily Mail

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have today announced they are engaged and will marry early next year.

The Queen gave her grandson permission to marry the star just a week after she celebrated her own 70th wedding anniversary and Harry also asked Meghan’s parents Thomas Markle and Doria Ragland for her hand in marriage.

The couple, who revealed they were an item a year ago after a six-month secret relationship, got engaged earlier this month in London and will marry in spring 2018, Kensington Palace said.

They will appear on national TV in the UK this evening to discuss their engagement just 16 months after they got together.

Harry, 33, and his American fiancee, 36, have not said where they will hold the ceremony but if they choose the UK most senior royals marry at Westminster Abbey, St Paul’s Cathedral or the chapel at Windsor Castle.

They have chosen to state they are getting married just before they spend their first proper Christmas together.

Meghan, who is divorced, could become a princess or alternatively be given the title Duchess of Sussex when she marries the fifth in line to the throne and joins the royal family.
But they are likely to wait until Prince William and Kate have their third child, which is due in April.

A Kensington Palace spokesman tweeted today: ‘The Prince of Wales has announced the engagement of Prince Harry and Ms Meghan Markle.

‘Prince Harry and Ms Markle became engaged in London earlier this month. Prince Harry has informed The Queen and other close members of The Royal Family.

‘Prince Harry has also sought and received the blessing of Ms Markle’s parents. The couple will live in Nottingham Cottage at Kensington Palace.

‘The wedding will take place in spring 2018. Further details will be announced in due course.’

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge said of the engagement: ‘We are very excited for Harry and Meghan. It has been wonderful getting to know Meghan and to see how happy she and Harry are together’.

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