When it comes to getting ready for a royal event, Meghan Markle isn't afraid to take a DIY approach, her go-to makeup artist has revealed.
On Saturday, Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle will be making their first solo appearance together without their husbands, Prince William and Prince Harry, for the Ladies' Single Final at the Wimbledon Championships, Kensington Palace announced on Thursday.
Meghan is fast becoming a fashion icon, just like her sister-in-law, Kate Middleton. "Prior to the start of the day, Their Royal Highnesses will meet a number of former Wimbledon Ladies Champions, as well as some of the Championships' ball boys and ball girls, to hear more about their experiences of the tournament", the statement read. But our friendship is still exactly the same, ' she said. "I'd argue that's worth every penny", she told Entertainment Tonight.
If she beats Kerber on Saturday, Williams, who first won Wimbledon in 2002, will become the first mother to lift the Venus Rosewater Dish since Goolagong 38 years ago.
After giving birth to her daughter, Olympia, on September 1, Williams dealt with health complications that included blood clots and led to what she said were multiple operations.
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"I'm going to miss Meghan and Patrick, but I think there are still interesting stories to tell", Korsch tells The New York Times in a piece published earlier this week.
Meghan is a close friend of Serena Williams, while the entire Cambridge clan are devoted Federer fans with both players receiving invites to Harry and William's weddings. She's someone that I've always looked up to for her style.
Following another two months away from competition, she entered the French Open in late May, and won three matches before pulling out before the fourth round because of an injured pectoral muscle.
"That's an attitude I always want to keep, something I want to teach my daughter to always just have this humility".
"I remember when I couldn't even walk to my mailbox, so it's definitely not normal to be in a Wimbledon final".