Meghan Markle and Prince Harry still have that newlywed glow.
The couple attended the wedding of Harry's cousin Celia McCorquodale to George Woodhouse in Stoke Rochford, England, on Saturday, both looking happier than ever. Celia is the daughter of Lady Sarah McCorquodale, the late Princess Diana's eldest sister.
Meghan stunned in a blue and white patterned Oscar de la Renta dress -- which retails for $5,490 -- which she paired with a white fascinator and white heels.
But the 36-year-old Duchess of Sussex's heels proved to be a bit of a challenge on the grass. In video obtained by The Daily Mail, Meghan avoided a little slip as she walked, thanks to Prince Harry keeping hold of her hand.
"It's unprecedented, actually, for the queen to take such a new member of the royal family on the royal train," Nicholl said. "She didn't do that for Kate [Middleton]. They traveled on a regular train, albeit in first class, when the queen took Kate on her first away day, and Kate had to wait nine months before the queen invited her away. So, Meghan has been taken away within her first month of being married, aboard the royal train, and I think you only needed to look at their body language and the warmth between the two of them to see just how warmly embraced Meghan has been by the queen."
"I'm told by palace sources that it was the queen who personally invited Meghan to Cheshire," Nicholl added. "Meghan should feel very privileged because this is the queen extending an arm of friendship, but not just that. She is tutoring Meghan. She is mentoring Meghan. The queen, who has reigned over the U.K. and the commonwealth for 66 years, is making the time in her very busy schedule to say to Meghan, 'OK, I'm going to show you, personally, the royal ropes. I'm going to take you away for the day and show you how this works.'"
For more on Meghan and the Queen's heartwarming outing together, watch the video below:
San Diego Gas & Electric announced on Tuesday the activation of a 15-mile transmission line from Sycamore Canyon to Penasquitos to improve electrical reliability.
You can check out a rarely seen portion of the Ramona Grasslands Preserve, but only for a limited time!
The San Diego-based Institute for Public Strategies on Tuesday warned parents that although prescription drug use among adolescents is on the decline overall, Xanax use among teenagers is rising.
A popular Oceanside bar has lost its liquor license. The owners of Firewater Saloon claim the city is trying to run their business out of town. Officials say the suspension is because of disorderly activity on the premises.
Last week, News 8 introduced you to Jeffrey Dilallo, the owner of El Cajon’s The Grand who banned certain motorcycle clubs he said violated his ‘no weapons’ policy.
San Diego officials and residents held commemorative events around the county Tuesday on the 40th anniversary of the Pacific Southwest Airlines Flight 182 crash.
A woman was arrested on suspicion of arson Tuesday in connection with a vehicle fire that spread to the outside of a house in the Allied Gardens area, officials said.
September 25, 1978 is a date imprinted in the memories of many San Diegans. Those that lived here – and elsewhere – remember the shocking images of plane wreckage on fire and homes ablaze following the crash of PSA Flight 182, which was 40 years ago Tuesday.
Harvest for Hope aims to raise money for low-income, underprivileged families whose children are battling cancer.