Meghan Markle news: Duchess and Harry seen in extremely rare outing for special occasion | Royal | News (Reports)


The Duke and the Duchess of Sussex were spotted during an outing with friends in Montecito, according to the Daily Mail. It is the first time the couple is spotted in the area since it emerged they had purchased a mansion in the exclusive Californian neighbourhood.

The Sussexes joined Mr Foster and Ms McPhee at Lucky’s Steakhouse, where they toasted to the latter couple’s big news.

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Photos obtained by show Harry and Meghan walking hand in hand in the restaurant’s parking area.

Ms McPhee and Mr Foster arrived at the restaurant at 7.20pm and the Sussexes followed in ten minutes later.

The Duke and the Duchess arrived in an SUV accompanied by a driver and security personnel.

The Duchess wore trendy leather trousers that she paired with a neutral camel jumper and a trench coat.

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She completed the look with some bright orange heeled mules.

Prince Harry was seen donning casual dark trousers, white shirt and brown shoes.

The outing comes after a website emerged claiming to support Meghan Markle’s bid for US President.

“It is with your encouragement, particularly over the last few months, that I feel prepared to make this decision.

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“With your support I believe we can bring equality, empowerment, and kindness to this dangerous, aggressive and confrontational world we live in.”

But some Twitter users believed the website is legitimate, commenting their opinion on the social media platform.

One person wrote: “This should be enough to get the titles dropped.

“I can’t see the US wanting a president that has a British Royal title.”


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