The Sussexes gave each other ‘meaningful’ cotton gifts for their anniversary

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been minding their business for months in LA, and the fools at the Daily Mail, Express and the Sun haven’t been able to deal with that. The Mail just ran a story about how evil Meghan and poor, hapless Harry have “cost” the British taxpayer £44million. Yes, the DM apparently hired (or simply paid) a forensic auditor to review one (false) version of the Sussexes’ expenses and that’s how they came up with that number. I wonder if the forensic accountant wants to take a swing at the Duke of York’s finances, because that’s something I would genuinely want to read, rather than this unhinged racist bilge full of false data. All of this builds to one inevitable conclusion: how dare Harry and Meghan have nice things and how dare they leave us when we were hurling abuse at them constantly?

In happier news, “someone” confirmed Harry and Meghan’s anniversary activities to People Magazine. We previously heard that Meghan gave Harry a card and he gave her flowers and a ring. Not so fast! People’s sources say that M&H gave each other meaningful gifts based on cotton, which is the traditional “gift” for a second anniversary.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry go the extra mile when it comes to gift-giving! The couple, who just celebrated two years of marriage, “always give each other incredibly romantic gifts,” a source tells PEOPLE. And Meghan made her husband’s birthday last September extra special by bringing back memories of the trip they took to Africa when they first started dating in 2016.

“Last year, for Harry’s birthday, Meghan recreated their Botswana camping adventures in their backyard,” the source says. “It’s a place that means so much to them — and to Harry in particular — so Meghan wanted to bring that happy place to him on his day so she set up a tent, got sleeping bags, cooked dinner and recreated Botswana where they fell in love.”

Meghan, 38, and Prince Harry, 35, celebrated their second anniversary this week by exchanging meaningful presents. “They love to do their own take on traditional wedding gifts,” another source close to the couple tells PEOPLE. “The first anniversary was paper, and Meghan wrote out the wedding speech and had it framed for him.”

The source continues, “This year, they both gave each other gifts based on ‘cotton.’ Undoubtedly, it was a very creative and romantic gesture as all their gifts are to one another.”

According to the wedding site The Knot, “Cotton’s woven threads symbolize how you become more interconnected as time goes on and learn to be more flexible.”

[From People]

This kind of thing just reminds me that it must be killing Meghan (a little bit) that she can’t post some inspo anniversary stuff on social media this year. It’s killing me too, Meghan! Just launch your new Instagram so we can see your cryptic anniversary riddles! What were the cotton gifts they gave each other? My guess is that she went for something super-personalized and likely handmade. He probably went for romantic/sexy but store-bought. Also… for the first anniversary, Meghan wrote out the wedding speech? I guess she did it in her calligraphy. That’s very romantic.

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  1. Aurora says:

    This sounds like fanfiction. I don’t think People magazine is a go-to source for the Sussexes anymore.

    • Ainsley7 says:

      Omid Scobie wrote an article saying basically the same thing as people. He’s never been one to spread lies about the Sussexes.

      • Sofia says:

        delete

      • Nahema says:

        But really though, do you believe that the Sussex’s are calling Scobie to tell him all about their anniversary? I doubt it and if they were, it flies in the face of their requests for privacy. The same is even true if it is a close friend doing it. It totally implies that they WANT everyone to know these details.

      • Ainsley7 says:

        I think when they say privacy, they actually mean no one snooping into their life. They don’t want the paps harassing them, and they don’t want people spreading lies to the press. I think they’re just fine with sharing some details about their life on their terms. They know cute PR stories keeps people interested in them and therefore their charities.

      • MsIam says:

        Why do people keep harping on the “we want privacy” thing? The only thing they said they wanted private was Archie’s life and his birth. They also wanted a stop to all of the lies (looking at you Katie Nichols). Which frankly I don’t blame them for that. I think the Sussexes put this out as a response to all of the “flowers and a ring” stories making the rounds.

      • BabsORIG says:

        @Nahema, you continuously claim the “Sussexes said they wanted privacy” etc, where and when exactly did the Sussexes say that? Or are you using the hateful bile spewed by British tabloids as your source for this info? But even if they said they wanted privacy, does privacy for the Sussexes mean living like total recluses?

      • notasugarhere says:

        It is a common tumblr and Fail theme, BabsORIG. Likely where Nahema got it.

      • Nahema says:

        On here is where I got it. I don’t read the Daily Mail and I don’t even understand what Tumblr is all about. This is pretty much my only source of all things Sussex & Royal, which I will say probably gives me a skewed perception but I can’t understand why people read the Mail if they hate it so much and then come on here to talk about how terrible it is. If I’m going on about it, it’s because it’s always alluded to here.

      • Bucky says:

        Meghan has initiated a massive lawsuit alleging privacy allegations. Obviously, they want publicity and attention. But, they also want to have no attention sometimes. I think that seems unrealistic to most people, but it isn’t. Most celebrities are that way and some pull it off. They want to choreograph the pap strolls and leak the stories but not tell us WHAT COTTON THING?! How dare…lol

      • Lowrider says:

        Harry does not want to work with the royal rota. He seems to have no issues working with other media outlets. Harry has stated before Meghan ever came into his life that there should be a reasonable expectation of privacy for people in the public eye. His Vegas incident, phone hacking, drones flying over his home are not reasonable.

      • BabsORIG says:

        @Bucky please try to post with some facts. Meghan’s law suit has nothing to do with any of yr made up claims to privacy.

      • Bohemian Angel says:

        Nahema most likely got it from the many media outlets that say exactly the same thing here in the UK, all day everyday from P Morgan on GMB, Loose Women, This Morning (racist Camilla whatsherface is always on) and Jeremy Vine with his terrible right wing guests! I’m sure she said she’s British so this is where she has most likely heard this theory that Harry and Meghan want privacy.

      • Bucky says:

        Omid also said they took no calls that day…and spent the day Drinking margaritas and doing calls?

      • Ginger says:

        Bucky, no work calls but they talked with family and friends.

      • Nahema says:

        Stop making such judgements about me. I am British but I don’t watch daytime TV and my news is from the BBC & The Guardian. I know you’re attempting to imply that I’m an uneducated white racist who hates H&M. I’m a WOC, who holds two degrees.

        Yes, I took the lawsuit as a request for privacy. I thought that a large part of it was that they were reporting on Harry & Meghans every move and often inaccurately. I just didn’t think H&M were thirsty enough to feel the need to leak details of their anniversary to the press.

  2. Ali says:

    Sure Jan.

    • ABritGuest says:

      I imagine any issues they had around privacy would concern stuff like illegally accessing Harry’s voicemails, having a helicopter fly over their rented home to take pictures& videos inside said home, or publishing a private letter without consent- all of which they have taken legal action against.

      They said they didn’t want to be tied to exclusive access with the royal rota who have been the messiest where coverage around them has been concerned but have said they would work with other press.

      Personally the anniversary stories sound like typical royal harmless fan fiction to me. Omid gets lots wrong- recently didn’t he say you wouldn’t see the Sussexes for a while when they stopped using Sussex Royal instagram and they wouldn’t release anything for Archie’s birthday. He’s a friendlier reporter for confirming/pushing back against stories that tabloid have pushed out but I don’t think he knows the inside of their lives as much as some think.

  3. Ali says:

    Why no stories about what the future future king and queen’s anniversary gifts?

    • L4frimaire says:

      This is what I don’t understand. We never get this much on the others. Why all this fuss about them, especially since they are in lockdown like everyone else. We have seen a lot of then recently, from their work with their charities , the reading with Archie, the Elephants documentary, delivering meals, the Thomas the train thing. They are very visible and put a lot out there. I just don’t find this that cute, it’s creepily intrusive.

      • VS says:

        @L4frimaire ——- I so agree with you! you have people looking for any Sussex related info while at the same time claiming to whomever is willing to listen how irrelevant they are! I do understand the interest around H&M especially when compared to the Cambridges……I wonder about the followings:
        1) why don’t they talk about work?
        2) why don’t they talk about charities? effectiveness?
        3) why don’t they investigate Andrew?
        4) why don’t they look into William’s foundation?
        5) why don’t they look into the RF finances?
        Some real journalists need to get into the royal rota!

  4. Sam says:

    So many different stories on what they gave each other,pretty sure they are now making shit up

  5. Ginger says:

    Kaiser, as you have said before. A lot of “friendly” outlets have this same story (including Omid) so I believe that their PR person had this story out. Nothing wrong with that. A lot of celebrities use People Magazine for this. DM and The Sun didn’t have this story, it was mostly US magazines.

  6. Becks1 says:

    I can see the wedding speech gift, just because it fits into what we know of Meghan. The rest of it is hilarious though. They’re just assuming that it was something cotton-themed because that’s the traditional second anniversary. They have no clue.

    I do think it’s funny in a sad way how the British tabloids just keep admitting over and over again that they need Harry and Meghan to get clicks and sell papers.

  7. Seraphina says:

    I vote for cotton sheets 🤣
    Happy anniversary to them, long may they reign!

  8. Christina says:

    Cotton masks!

  9. Yoyo says:

    I’m waiting to hear what gift Archie gave his parents for their anniversary, how could the close source forget the most important gift from Archie.
    The BM is so desperate, no clicks without Harry and Meghan.
    The Brits got more pressing problems, BoJo and Dommic Cummings.

  10. Awkward symphony says:

    I can also add to this “expert guess reporting that she also baked him cookies with letter H & M! 😂

    What happened to their earlier guess of “Meghan baking mash cake”??The lengths these publications go through just to generate clicks🤦‍♀️even omid wrote some margaritas story. I know we’re all STARVING for Sussexs content but lets not take this as fact. Take it with a huge pinch of salt.

  11. tempest prognosticator says:

    They make Meghan sound like a Instagram influencer stereotype.

    • Xo says:

      That’s kind of what she is, though, isn’t it?

      • VS says:

        She is an IG influencer? really? that’s the best you could come up with?

        Well at least she DID something…….

      • DarlingDiana says:

        She is and I don’t think that she would find it offensive. The Tig was an influencer/aspirational lifestyle guide. She was really good at it! I wouldn’t be surprised if she started something similar again. I think that she genuinely enjoyed it and her taste is impeccable.

      • L4frimaire says:

        I don’t get this position of her pre royal life as some sort of mark against her. She was on a decent tv show, had a blog, did a few endorsements, did charity work for organizations whose causes she supported and believed in, and had the fabulous single life we all wish we did. She was low key enough to fly below most of our radars before meeting the most eligible bachelor in the world. Sounds like it worked well for her and she built that life for herself . There are dozens upon dozens of aspirational lifestyle blogs ( like Auntie Paula) so what’s the big deal? Now she’s older, wiser, with a family ( and the ultimate high maintenance in-laws) so whatever happens next will be very interesting but won’t be like what it was before. Presidential candidates get less scrutiny. It’s silly and petty, and lacking context.

    • Lowrider says:

      Meghan is a social media influencer. I hope she re-launches her Tig blog. She can blog about all the charity work they plan to do, release any photos or info they want of their private life and make an income from blogging.

  12. Sofia says:

    Once again: I hope they managed to enjoy their anniversary. It’s been a stressful 2 years of marriage

    • Noki says:

      Yes we tend to forget that,even though they have a united front publicly, i cant imagine how they have dealt with the stress behind closed doors. It should have been the happiest time of their young marriage.

  13. AMM says:

    I read the finance piece (I know, stop reading the DM, but I’m so very bored). It all seems so stupid. When people leave jobs, they don’t owe anyone the money spent on them. Especially when that persons grandmother is in charge of the company and gave it to them as gifts/allowance. I’m fairly certain Harry never signed a contract saying that he can’t leave until every dime spent on him as a royal was paid back. And it’s ridiculous to think that someone born into a position cannot ever leave because tax payers supported him, even though he didn’t ask them to or apply to that position. It’s the consequence to having a monarchy.

    • Sofia says:

      If people want money back because a royal is no longer working for the firm then they should also be asking money “back” on Andrew and Fergie. Diana wasn’t a working royal when she died so technically we should also be asking money back on her too.

    • Bella DuPont says:

      And maybe the country can also return the money they generated for the country as royals. A nice little exchange, methinks.

      • Lowrider says:

        This is always lost in the Sussexes must pay back the money comments. Their wedding generated a tonne of money for the UK economy!

    • Ainsley7 says:

      I think the argument is more that the tax-payers gave them an advance for their Royal work (huge wedding, a free house) and then they quit before they delivered enough Royal work to cover the advance. The same thing has been said about the Cambridges because they were given that huge wedding and an apartment at KP and then didn’t work enough. It wasn’t with quite as much venom, and has now been largely swept under the rug since Meghan came of the scene. The relationship between the people and the monarchy isn’t a healthy one on either side.

      • AMM says:

        A google search shows that their wedding gained the British economy almost 1 billion in tourism/travel/merchandise alone. So it’s looks like they more than paid back whatever the country invested in them.

      • Sofia says:

        Oh come on Ainsley you know that’s not true.

        People would have bitched about the Sussexes finances whether they left a year and half later, 10 years later or 20 years later. People would always feel money was “wasted” and that the Sussexes didn’t “justify” the cost – even if the Sussexes did 500 engagements a year for 10 years. You’re either trying to do some wishful thinking or you’re just tying to justify Daily Fail rhetorics.

        People are still complaining about Frogmore even though the Sussexes have agreed to pay it all back.

      • MsIam says:

        Sorry but that’s a crap “argument”. I thought slavery ended a long time ago.

      • BabsORIG says:

        What @Ainsley, are you for real? What advance did you give the Sussexes? It was widely rumored that Meghan wanted a very small wedding with just friends and family and Harry was willing to do whatever made her happy because he didn’t care one way or another. it was Harry’s father that pleaded with and convince Meghan to agree to a much bigger spectacle because it meant that much to him for he wanted something big and memorable for his younger son. So what advance did y’all give them if they never really wanted anything this big to begin with? And didn’t hary’s family foot all the wedding bill except for the security that was paid for the taxpayer? And wasnt that security also for other members of the BRF that attended the wedding? What the hell are you talking about?
        And ITAW MsIma, slavery ended a very long time ago, Harry and Meghan have never been your slaves.

      • L4frimaire says:

        Ainsley, it has never worked that way. It was the press and the Royal family themselves who violated the unwritten contract when it came to Harry and Meghan. They were the ones who decided a new playbook was needed with the Sussexes and the Sussexes only. They can bitch and gripe all they want, but don’t piss on people in your house and expect them to smile and take it.

    • Harla says:

      While I didn’t read this article I noticed that it wasn’t up for very long. Usually when the press bitches about H&M, they keep these stories online for days to ensure that no one misses it and everyone is appropriately outraged but this story seemed to disappear in a couple of hours.

      • MsIam says:

        I guess the Fail forgot some people can actually do the math. Plus, people may start looking at what the remaining royals cost the public and it made some folks nervous.

      • Lowrider says:

        If the Sussexes finances become a discussion then someone will say what about the , Yorks, Essexes etc. A journalist really needs to look into ALL the royal finances.

      • AMM says:

        Because if they focus on the expenses, they open a discussion about the other royals. In the 2 years the Sussex’s were working royals, they probably evened our or brought more revenue than they cost. They left while they were still massively interesting and drawing crowds. Can they say the same about the Cambridge’s? Are they worth the cost ten years in?

  14. Cachinak says:

    Princess Meghan is so powerful to get these trolls/haters all riled up that they decide to bring their hate over here to talk crap. She is living in their heads rent free.

    • Bella DuPont says:

      Not just living rent free in some shack, she has a beach front mansion with a golf course at the back of the property. It’s hilarious to watch.

      • Cachinak says:

        What’s hilarious to watch is the Cambridge’s are stumbling over themselves to tried to look like they are hardworking, community loving monarchs which only occurred when Princess Meghan entered on the scene. The Cambridge are lazy, and privileged who are living off tax payers money. Princess Megan worked for every cent she netted before she became Royal. The only reason people are still talking about Sussexes Is because their beloved Cambridges are boring. They don’t bring anything to the table unless they steal it from the Sussexes.

  15. Abena Asantewaa says:

    Guess work all around. A very happy anniversary to H&M. We wish them a long happy marriage. About the £44m, no one is talking anout it, Dominic Cummings is trending. On another note; why aren’t they writing about the scandalous finances of The Yorks, and the sacking of 400 of the queen’s staff? H&M, have called the BM’s bluff, and are living on their own terms in California, their punching bag is not around for them to beat up. So eager for the 1yr review. Covid, has changed everything including, the royals, bring it on!

    • Harla says:

      I really hope that when the 1yr review comes up, H&M tell the rf that they’ve decided that they no longer want to rent Frogmore but will instead find a place of their own far away from this family.

    • Cosmo says:

      The BM always puts out hit pieces on Harry and Meghan to distract. When all eyes should be on pedo Andy and stupid BJ they chose to dredge up the so called finances of the Sussexes. People are going to start asking questions about the other royals finances if they keep this up.

  16. Mina_Esq says:

    This sounds on-brand for Meghan. You know that there was also a card, completely covered in very wordy but sweet sentiments and likely written using the very pen that Harry used to sign the credit card bill on their first date. I love her, but I also find her Pintresty approach to expression a bit annoying at times. Do I sound bitter today? I’m bitter today!

    • Yoyo says:

      Hope you feel better soon, start by thinking of one positive thing you have done today.

    • Sofia says:

      Lol I know what you mean. I think it just depends on what type of person you are. If you’re a realist, pragmatic and maybe a slight pessimist, you’ll probably find Meghan’s personality to be too “sugary” and “cheesy” so therefore fake. She “acts” in an opposite way to you

      If you’re an optimist, generally very cheerful and happy and the “bright side of life” person, you’ll agree with most of what Meghan does because you “act” and “think” like her. So you’re similar in many ways therefore she becomes easier to like for you

      It really just depends on what type of person you are (and that can change on days just like you saying you’re bitter today ;) ). I personally don’t care if people like Meghan or not, I just wish they didn’t bring tinhat nonsense on one of the few if not only site that is pro Sussex

      • VS says:

        I have seen this type of comments and I think for once I would like to understand it

        “if not only site that is pro Sussex” —- Is it because CB doesn’t spew the same hate that others are more than happy to benefit from? so any rational human being is by consequence a “pro-Sussex” human? I would genuinely like to understand. Meghan hasn’t done anything to deserve what I saw online about her; absolutely Nothing.
        Any rational person would therefore call it for what it is…….when I read stuffs from a few royalists, I realize they must be missing something up there!

        I am a Meghan supporter; I couldn’t give a damn about the RF before Meghan. I got interested because I saw the treatment she received as a pure reminder of the envy/jealousy/racism/misogyny the Obamas had to deal with.

        Yes, people here will push back…….because they are RATIONAL

      • DarlingDiana says:

        Excellent analysis Sofia. Meghan is Pinterest-y. I love Pinterest. It isn’t a bad thing. Also, she is many other things like most of us. Tbh, I wish I was as successful on Pinterest-ing my life!

      • Sofia says:

        @VS: What I meant was that I could look at the comments on this site and know that at the very worst 90% of the comments will be positive towards the Sussexes and people here will be rational and supportive.

        I can’t think of very many sites where I could look at the comment section in confidence knowing that the crazy tinhatters won’t be there

      • VS says:

        @Sofia —— I get it now; Thx vm for your answer

        Someone has mentioned in another post that some who are interested in the RF seem to suffer from the Tall poppy syndrome…….. I wish I could remember which post it was.

        I 100% agree with you; the craziness around any Meghan related post by the RF attracts so much craziness that I suspect some people are not that sane! mental health is very important and the RF, at least those who supposedly care about mental health, should start with people under their comment sections…..no rational human being can be that hateful in plain sight………..this is just one of the consequences of the anonymity afforded by the Internet

      • Mina_Esq says:

        I don’t think it’s related to optimism/pessimism. I’m very optimistic and cheerful, with some off days every once in a while (like today, when everyone is pissing me off lol). I do think I’m too pragmatic for some of the sugary stuff, but I also go all in on other sugary stuff 🤷‍♀️

      • ex-Mel says:

        @Sofia – I am afraid it’s not quite as simple as that.
        I am the most “can-do” person one could possibly imagine, the cheerleader for all my friends (or anyone, really, who is aspiring to something worthwhile) – yet I find Meghan increasingly unlikeable. Just as I find most of the “royal” family to be unlikeable, albeit for different reasons.

      • Sofia says:

        @ex-Mel: I was making a generalisation. It’s not fact and you should not be treating it as such. If you are getting annoyed over a generalisation – that’s your problem and not mine.

  17. Flamingo says:

    Meaningful cotton sounds like a hippie tshirt brand.

  18. Awkward symphony says:

    @HARLA
    I think they already ditched it because its was part of the deal for them to alternate between Canada and UK but now that they’ve fully quit and no longer working royals they are free to live in USA. Alot of credible people are already saying that they’ve made permanent move there we’ll probably get a confirmation when they launch Archewell.
    Also the random DM articles about them starting to pay rent+refurbishment is clue they probably negotiated that chuck’s duchy funds that was going to harry is now paying for that and which will likely end by the one year review

    • DarlingDiana says:

      I think the review will take place but i , also, think it is possible that Prince Charles will extend financial help she to Covid. I think it is possible that the review may be lengthened too.

    • MsIam says:

      I agree, I don’t see them ever coming back to live in the UK or to full time royal work. It’s too stifling. Plus with the Cambridge’s having three kids, H&M really won’t be needed as they get older.

      • Harla says:

        And they certainly don’t want to be beholden to William when he becomes king.

      • notasugarhere says:

        If W&K’s kids are anything like their parents, none of them will pretend to start working until they are 40.

        Harry and Meghan were expected to be 1/3 of the working royal family for the next 20-30 years. If only the firm hadn’t allowed and participated in their abuse. The abused employees quit, and the firm is left flailing.

  19. Jumpingthesnark says:

    Heh! Undies, socks and t shirt then! Got it!

  20. RoyalBlue says:

    you know what Royal family? the people want their money and lands you stole from them historically to the tune of billions of dollars.

    • BabsORIG says:

      @Royal Blue, just the Royal family? I’d say GREAT BRITAIN (caps for emphasis). If they wanna talk about payment, let’s start with when they’ll ever pay for every drop of sweat and all the blood that was shed while POC were digging the tunnel for their tube system and all their rail roads. Let’s talk about the POC yanked from their countries to bring them to Europe to be slaughtered on their war front lines. And while we are at that, let’s also talk about when they will ever return all the stolen things that are still sitting in the British museums to this day, that they stole from our lands. When some of these are settled, we can talk about a POC paying them back for anything.

      • RoyalBlue says:

        you tell no lies. they have very selective short-term memories so slavery doesn’t count. this foolishness making the black woman buy her freedom by paying for Frogmore shit should never have been agreed.

  21. Sof says:

    Why does the Sussexsquad get offended when people say Meghan has done something cheesy? There’s nothing wrong with it! If anything, she comes across as a sweet and thoughtful person.
    When it comes to Meghan, I always believe what Omid writes.

    • L4frimaire says:

      Yeah she’s a bit of a nerd but Omid thinks he’s her spokesman, and he’s not.

  22. S808 says:

    Finances is an odd hill for tabs to die on when the royals they cover for have such messy histories with money. That’s not a bear I’d poke. Sussexes are paying back reno on their UK (which i still think is bullshit but I understand their reasoning) and they’ve brought in FAR more money than they cost. I guess it’s all the tabs have left to complain about when it comes to them though *shrug*

  23. L4frimaire says:

    Why do people even care what they get for their anniversary? This is just silly made up stuff. Is it really that newsworthy what they eat, or if they get a gift according to some stupid list from decades ago? Also that Botswana story sounds dumb too, especially since that was around the time they were actually in Southern AfricaI. Why recreate that when they went to the real place for their last tour? Are people so starved for constant content from this couple that they want to know when they clip their toenails? l admire them and adore Meghan but this mundane stuff is just content filler and trivializes them. They are entitled to privacy for private moments, including their wedding anniversary.

    • VS says:

      @L4frimaire ——— I love you!!! (not in a creepy way) but you wrote beautifully what I thought

      When I see some articles on the RF, I just scratch my head! CB is very strong for reading all that BS

      As I have said above, real journalists need to pay attention to the RF; perhaps then some will realize that most of them are useless!!!

  24. Abena Asantewaa says:

    @Awkward symphony. Correction, the Sandringham deal was to live in U K and North America. They never mentioned Canada. Why would Meghan live in a country where her immigration status and that of Harry, would have to be renewed, every 6months. In US, her citizenships covers Harry.

    • lisanne says:

      No need to mention Canada – North America is the name of a continent, and it includes Canada.

    • Natalie says:

      Canada is in…..North America.

    • BabsORIG says:

      Yeah I’m sure @Abena Asantwaa knows that, thus the differentiation between Canada and North America😁😁. What she meant is that they never specifically said Canada, therefore moving to the US is still living within the conditions agreed upon in the Buckingham deal.

  25. Awkward symphony says:

    @ABENA ASANTEWAA I was also referring to RF statement which said they’d alternate between Canada and UK. All this is ofcourse different after harry’s stripped of military titles and have completely stepped down.
    https://www.google.com/search?q=queen+statement&prmd=inv&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwja5NetytDpAhUVeysKHeFkAhMQ_AUoAXoECA8QAQ&biw=412&bih=708&dpr=2.63#imgrc=BXG74uXt676xwM

  26. Lexistential says:

    Cotton, shmotton. I hope they give each other Another Bebé. (Say this with Moira voice.)