Samantha Markle was recently photographed outside Kensington Palace, but she's going on record to say that the visit wasn't as it appeared to be.
And while everyone is comparing Eugenie's wedding to Prince Harry and Meghan's lavish affair, some royal fanatics have noticed the similarity between Eugenie's and Catherine's engagement rings.
Unlike other royal weddings, the day will not be broadcast on BBC, with ITV's This Morning instead taking over the coverage. "But if she wasn't with Prince Harry right now - even if she was still on "Suits" right now - she would have stopped what she was doing to go and visit him and make sure he's OK".
Just months after Meghan Markle tied the knot with Prince Harry, her ex-husband is getting ready to do the same.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex had the same rule at their wedding back in May.
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Windows desktop and desktop application code is off the list, but it is not clear whether the Linux community would want that. Back in 2013, Samsung reportedly paid Microsoft $1 billion in patent-licensing over its use of Android.
Eugenie is following tradition by not revealing who designed her wedding gown, but she has said it will be a British designer.
Additionally, Eugenie and Brooksbank will be skipping the Long Walk at Windsor. She has asked her older sister, Princess Beatrice, to be her maid of honor.
The couple, who got engaged in January in Nicaragua, have provided attendees with an information packet filled with a list of dos and don'ts for the special day.
The Queen will host a wedding reception at Windsor Castle for the couple and their guests.
Police teams have been meticulously checking and sealing water drains near the castle, and sniffer dogs are checking for explosives in the royal-themed shops, restaurants and tea rooms frequented by tourists. "But there's something different about Friday's royal wedding, and people aren't happy".
There has been some criticism about the cost of security around the event, which will be paid for by the taxpayer like all royal events.