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UK News Crowds gather to see Harry and Meghan ahead of Birmingham visit

13:45  08 march  2018
13:45  08 march  2018 Source:   pressassociation.com

EXCLUSIVE: Meghan Markle will have to tell U.S. tax authorities the cash secrets of her romance with Prince Harry - including whether she has a royal allowance and the cost of her ring

  EXCLUSIVE: Meghan Markle will have to tell U.S. tax authorities the cash secrets of her romance with Prince Harry - including whether she has a royal allowance and the cost of her ring Meghan Markle is facing one last date with another man before her wedding to Prince Harry - an appointment with the US taxman.  The actress, 36, will have to declare any money she and Harry, 33, have made together since they started living together. And her tax return, which must be submitted to US authorities by April 17, will give the Internal Revenue Service an unprecedented look at the British monarchy's finances.Tax laws mean that even if Los Angeles-born Meghan lives full-time in the UK, she will still have to file a US return every year.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are visiting Birmingham (PA). Despite the cold and wet conditions some in the crowds were eagerly awaiting the arrival of the couple who have been touring the nation since their engagement announcement last year.

Повторите попытку позже. Опубликовано: 1 дек. 2017 г. Crowds gather for Harry and Meghan 's first He also saw the funny side today when he was asked what it was like to be ginger and engaged to a Harry and Meghan arrived a few minutes ahead of schedule and, after greeting dignitaries

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are visiting Birmingham (PA) © Provided by The Press Association Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are visiting Birmingham (PA) Fans of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were out in force in Birmingham ahead of the couple’s arrival in the city centre.

Well-wishers began gathering hours before the prince and his bride-to-be were due to appear at Millennium Point, home to a range of tech-related organisations from Thinktank, Birmingham Science Museum to faculties of Birmingham City University.

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Despite the cold and wet conditions some in the crowds were eagerly awaiting the arrival of the couple who have been touring the nation since their engagement announcement last year.

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Royal wedding live: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle say 'I will' as ceremony gets under way - latest news. The announcement was made by Buckingham Palace four hours ahead of the noon ceremony in the 15th century St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle.

They're a much more publicly tactile couple than Kate and William, but on their visit to Birmingham today Harry and Meghan took their PDAs to a new level. Oblivious to the crowds . Harry 's playful hand on Meghan 's arm together with perfectly reciprocated eye contact is lovely to see .

The highly anticipated visit comes as a report claims Ms Markle has been baptised and confirmed in the Church of England at a private ceremony led by the Archbishop of Canterbury.

Stephen McNally, 61, from Stourbridge, said he travelled with a group of friends with many of them carrying bouquets for Ms Markle.

Members of the public wait to greet Prince Harry and Meghan Markle outside Millennium Point in Birmingham, during the latest leg in the regional tours the couple are undertaking in the run-up to their May wedding © Press Association Members of the public wait to greet Prince Harry and Meghan Markle outside Millennium Point in Birmingham, during the latest leg in the regional tours the couple are undertaking in the run-up to their May wedding Commenting on Harry’s engagement to the American actress he said: “I think he’s been allowed to do, really, what he wants. He is old enough now and nobody can tell him what to do – not at his age – and I just hope they will be happy.

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Meghan chatted to schoolchildren who had gathered at Millennium Point. See the picture Prince Charles has framed of Prince Harry and Meghan 's wedding. Meghan Markle jokes she shouts Prince Harry 's name all day during Birmingham visit .

Harry and Ms Markle's trip to the Midlands is the latest leg of their tour of the country, which has seen them Crowds had been gathering hours ahead and braved the rain waiting for the couple under a sea of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle during a visit to Millennium Point in Birmingham (Victoria

“It will be different for her but I think they’ve learnt a lot from the past and that is why Meghan is doing these walkabouts and going round the country before she’s getting married, I think it’s really nice, rather than keeping things a secret like they used to do.

File: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Pubs have been given the green light to stay open later to celebrate the marriage of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. © Press Association File: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Pubs have been given the green light to stay open later to celebrate the marriage of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. “We hope to be going to Windsor for the wedding, on the streets or in the castle precinct.”

Harry and Ms Markle’s trip to the Midlands falls on International Women’s Day and at Millennium Point they will join female secondary school students taking part in a range of activities from speed networking opportunities with local businesses to a panel discussion.

The visit to Birmingham will begin with the now familiar walkabout before Harry and Ms Markle chat to young women as they take part in building apps and touchpads, before hearing more about their motivations to pursue science, technology, engineering and maths (Stem) subjects.

Retired teacher Josie Weeks, 62, from Leeds, got up at 5am to travel to Birmingham for the royal visit and carried a posy of white blooms for Ms Markle.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle during the first Royal Foundation Forum in central London. © Press Association Prince Harry and Meghan Markle during the first Royal Foundation Forum in central London. She said: “I met the couple in Nottingham and just wanted to see them again and take some photographs. I think Harry’s really coming into himself now with his charity work – he’s stepped it up in the last few years.

“The main thing is if he’s happy with Meghan, that’s all you want for him.”

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