Archie and Lilibet’s new royal titles have been unveiled, and Meghan Markle hasn’t been seen since


Only hours after she and Harry issued a statement confirming Lilibet’s christening and referring to her as a princess, Meghan was spotted having breakfast with friends to celebrate International Women’s Day.

With the passing of the Queen and the ascension of King Charles to the throne, Buckingham Palace has since verified the modification, which also applies to Archie.

A beaming Meghan was spotted leaving the Gracias Madre restaurant in West Hollywood while carrying a black-and-white Chanel handbag, dark Valentino sunglasses, and white Valentino slip-on sandals.Before getting into her waiting car, she wished the waiting photographers a happy International Women’s Day and said, “Have a wonderful day gentlemen – thank you so much.” She was met by them as she departed the site.

On the renowned Melrose Avenue, there is a restaurant called Gracias Madre that serves vegan and organic food and has 93 different kinds of tequila.

The charity Harvest House, which assists in providing housing and mental well-being support to pregnant mothers who have suffered obstacles like domestic abuse, substance addiction, and homelessness, received confirmation that Meghan visited it yesterday on the Archewell Foundation website.A statement on the Archewell website read: “Happy International Women’s day to all of you! Whether donating your time, funds, or helping a woman in your community, let’s all celebrate the women in our lives today and every day!”

Earlier today, the royal family’s official website was updated to reflect Harry and Meghan’s children’s new titles, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet.Harry and Meghan’s youngsters became a prince and princess on the accession of their grandfather the King six months ago, but the Sussexes publicly used Lili’s title for the first time on Wednesday when announcing their daughter’s christening.

Archie and Lili are now listed on’s line of succession page as Prince Archie of Sussex and Princess Lilibet of Sussex.

Previously they were Master Archie Mountbatten-Windsor and Miss Lilibet Mountbatten-Windsor. The siblings are sixth and seventh in line to the throne, having already moved up a place each after the death of the late Queen.

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