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Meghan Markle, Prince Harry & Prince William Will Skip Donald Trump's Buckingham Palace Visit, Kate Middleton to Attend

Just Jared Monday, 2 December 2019 ()
Three royals will be skipping Donald Trump‘s visit to Buckingham Palace for the reception for NATO leaders later this week. Prince William will not be in attendance at the event because he is currently on a solo royal tour of the Middle East in Oman and Kuwait. Duchess Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will not [...]
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News video: Donald Trump's impressively long motorcade arrives at Buckingham Palace

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US President Donald Trump arrived at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday (December 3) for the NATO summit in an impressively long motorcade. There are faint boos as the Presidential motorcade passes by.

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