Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding invitations are embossed in gold

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While it's not yet known what VIP guests will be eating off on the big day, royal watchers can get their hands on a little piece of the special occasion by snapping up a souvenir from the Royal Collection's gift shop, which start at £19.95.

The baby talk came yesterday when they were shown round innovative companies at Catalyst Inc, a hub for tech entrepreneurs.

Although royal enthusiasts were not very welcoming of the relationship between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in the beginning, it is partially due to the royal's loving words regarding the beauty that the masses have warmed to the relationship.


Pointing to the products from Shnuggle, PEOPLE reports Markle said, "I'm sure at some point we'll need the whole thing". The estranged relative to Meghan has been quite outspoken over recent months, clearly attempting to tarnish the star's reputation as she prepares for royal life.

Markle visited the pub on their tour of the Northern Irish capital, meeting the team and learning about the heritage of the pub, whilst making the most of the local hospitality and enjoying a private lunch. "It brings a lovely bout of happiness amid the doom and gloom", said Maud.

The couple's tour began at the Eikon Centre, near Lisburn, on Friday morning, where they were shown the work of fantastic the Space, a cross-community peace initiative. Are you looking forward to watching Harry and Meghan's wedding?


"The couple very much wanted to put their own stamp on it", she says."I was told from one of Harry's friends that having been to so many weddings himself, he has quite a clear idea of how he wants his wedding -particularly the evening part, which is probably going to be the most fun part of the day".

They received a rapturous reception as they entered the performance arena to watch a fusion of song, dance and uplifting messages from young people as they delivered their "peace pledges".

'We are pleased to continue our support of the potteries of Stoke-on-Trent, who have manufactured our previous commemorative wares to celebrate royal birthdays, anniversaries and weddings'. It is their first official joint visit to Northern Ireland. Recently, Kensington Palace even confirmed that the two had picked their wedding cake.


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