The royal look of love

Sunday Tasmanian - - News - STEVEN SCOTT

THE eyes def­i­nitely have it.

While the world’s new­est princess-in-wait­ing was clearly fo­cused on be­ing the per­fect royal, it was the look of love be­tween Prince Harry and Meghan Markle that had ev­ery­one talk­ing.

Ms Markle couldn’t take her eyes off her new fi­ance as she charmed the crowd in a freez­ing Bri­tish re­gional city just four days after their en­gage­ment.

Of­fi­cially, it was Prince Harry who was in­tro­duc­ing his bride-to-be to Not­ting­ham in the Mid­lands.

But ev­ery­one there was re­ally wait­ing to see one per­son — the Amer­i­can TV star and di­vorcee who had just ac­cepted Prince Harry’s pro­posal.

Ms Markle did not dis­ap­point.

Majesty mag­a­zine man­ag­ing editor Joe Lit­tle said her ap­pear­ance was highly suc­cess­ful.

“I don’t re­call an­other oc­ca­sion when a royal bride- to-be was put to work in such a short time,” Mr Lit­tle said.

“It would have been some­thing that she and Prince Harry had cho­sen to do. It was a very good im­pres­sion at a very early stage.”

Kate Middleton waited more than three months after her en­gage­ment to Prince Wil­liam be­fore she ven­tured out on a for­mal en­gage­ment.

For­mer Buck­ing­ham Palace press sec­re­tary Dickie Ar­biter said that Ms Markle was clearly com­fort­able in the lime­light.

Pic­ture: AP

MARKLE SPARKLE: Meghan Markle has eyes only for fi­ance Prince Harry.

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