Prince Harry, Duchess Meghan attend his childhood friend's wedding

Brenda Watkins
August 6, 2018

"Happy Birthday to HRH The Duchess of Sussex" the picture was captioned.

Prince Harry and Meghan arrive at the wedding of Charlie van Straubenzee and Daisy Jenks.

Meghan arrived separately, in a short-sleeved Club Monaco dress with blue top and multicolored skirt with a Philip Treacy hat.

Meghan Markle's 37th birthday-and very first birthday as a royal-is today.

There's been quite the shift in the Duchess of Sussex's style since it become clear she would become a member of the royal family. She started off on her wedding day in a gorgeous gown that gave off major Old Hollywood vibes.

Initial reports suggest Thomas, 74, is "delighted" about the visit, having given a recent interview claiming his daughter had cut him off and criticising Prince Harry and the Royal Family for their handling of the matter.

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They then began wandering from lawn to lawn, looking for snacks, meeting the neighbours and attracting all the attention. None of the residents have filed a complaint about the situation, Schellhaas said, and nobody was cited for the incident.

Prince William, who is also close with the Van Straubenzee family, and Duchess Kate were also reportedly invited to the celebration.

"The possibility of a reunion has been discussed and Meghan looks set to incorporate it into her trip", a source tells Cosmopolitan.

Since Harry was part of the wedding party as an usher, Markle got to make some new friends among the other wedding guests.

Samantha and Meghan haven't been in contact for years - but that hasn't stopped the Duchess's sister from weighing in on Meghan's life. Enough is enough. Act like a humanitarian act like a woman! According to PEOPLE, he has been friends with Harry since they met at Ludgrove Prep School.

Even more, in another tweet, she called Duchess Meghan, "Witchy Poo".

"I think, you know, one step at a time", he said.

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