About a few hours after the birth of their new nephew—name still pending!—Prince Harry and Meghan Marklestepped out in London, only a few miles from the hospital where Kate gave birth, for a memorial service commemorating the 25th anniversary of the death of Stephen Lawrence. Harry read a message of support, on behalf of Prince Charles, at the service honoring Lawrence, who was murdered at age 18 in 1993 in a racially motivated attack. The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust was founded 20 years ago, campaigning “for fairness, justice and equality for all,” per People. Markle has, of course, discussed her biracial background in the past; and both she and Harry have publicly spoken out against racism.
For the occasion, Markle wore a sleek look from the spring 2018 Hugo Boss ready-to-wear collection (don’t bother Googling it, as the dress is not available for sale online at this moment).
Meanwhile, we can only assume Harry and Markle—who will be getting married in just a few weeks now—will be heading over to Kate and William’s shortly to visit their new 8 pound, 7 ounce nephew, who was born on Monday. The newborn is now fifth in line to the throne, placing Harry in sixth position. We are crossing our fingers that plans are being adjusted so that Royal Baby No. 3 comes down the aisle in some sort of wagon pulled by Prince George, while Adele, or such, belts out a lullaby.
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