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The one and only time we’ve seen Prince William, Duchess Kate, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle together was back at Christmas when the foursome headed to their traditional church service. It was their Christmas gift to us as they headed over to St Mary Magdalene in Sandringham for the annual mass, the women flanked by the men, chatting and laughing, allowing us to speculate on just how tight Kate and Meghan have gotten, and giving us the kind of feelings no grown human should be feeling.

And here they are, two months later, together again. And it’s just as amazing.

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Will, Kate, Harry and Meghan took to the stage as a united front for the first annual Royal Foundation Forum. Meghan won’t be patron of the charity, set up by the others, until she and Harry tie the knot, but that doesn’t mean she can’t work with them.

The royals (and royal-to-be) shared their plans on what’s ahead for the foundation, with Harry (naturally) joking, “We’re stuck together for the rest of our lives.” Um, yes, please.

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But it was what Meghan had to say that will have you standing up and applauding, as she voiced her support for the #MeToo and Time’s Up campaigns, saying that once the wedding stuff is done she wants to “hit the ground running” and support women’s rights.

“I hear a lot of people speaking about girls’ empowerment and women’s empowerment — you will hear people saying they are helping women find their voices,” Markle said. “I fundamentally disagree with that, because women don’t need to find their voices, they need to be empowered to use it and people need to be urged to listen.”

Meghan has been speaking out about the issue of equality for decades so there was no doubt she would keep that topic of conversation going. Bravo to her.


Will stressed that the foundation would “hold on to the values that have guided our family” but in a way that was “updated and relevant for our generation.”

Kate spoke about the Heads Together campaign, as they will continue to “challenge the stigma which has prevented so many people from speaking openly about their mental well-being.”

And while the moderator wanted to know how the foursome work together and if they’ve ever had any disagreements, the Daily Mail reports that William broke into laughter, replying, “Ooooh, yes,” prompting the others to chuckle along.

But Harry put that fire out before it began, saying, “I think it’s really good we have got four different personalities and we all have that same passion to make a difference. We have different opinions and they work really well [together].”

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Should a person be this happy looking at pictures? The addition of Meghan might be the very thing that takes the young royals to another level. They wanted to work on updating their image and what they hope to bring to the table with their causes, and she couldn’t be a better fit for them. We can’t wait for what they do — after the wedding, of course.