'The Lion King' London premiere brings out Meghan Markle and Beyonce

Britain's Prince Harry Duke of Sussex and Britain's Meghan Duchess of Sussex meets cast and crew including US singer-songwriter Beyoncé and her husband US rapper Jay-Z as they attend the European premiere of the film The

Pharrell was filmed telling both Meghan and Harry of his appreciation for them and what they stand for.

"The baby is so attractive, we love you guys", Beyonce said, according to Business Insider.

When asked whether she thinks the royal couple will reveal baby news again, Melanie told the Express: "I do".

With Meghan Markle slowly making her way back into the spotlight after giving birth to Baby Archie in May, so has the non-stop criticism of her every move. "It's significant. We cheer you guys on".

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended the United Kingdom premiere of "The Lion King" in London where Markle had the chance to meet Williams on the red carpet.

The duchess can then be heard saying: "Oh thank you, they don't make it easy".

We are definitely not surprised by her choice as she has previously proved her love for the country.

Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, and her husband, Prince Harry, walked the yellow carpet at the Leicester Square premiere, as did a starry lineup from the U.S. and UK. She continued: "The Sussexes' forward-thinking, cause-oriented approach to social media fits neatly with other ways they are establishing their identity beyond the crown". This isn't Beyonce and Jay-Z's first brush with a royal couple, they have earlier met Kate Middleton and Prince William during their 2014 visit to NY. Yet, it's impossible not to feel even a little sorry for the Californian-born former Suits star.

"She has been damned either way the moment she married in and the fact she is still showing up, still smiling, still interacting with members of the public shows that she really does have nerves of steel".

"They find it hard to understand the Royal Family's philosophy of "we don't say anything because all that does is perpetuate the story".

"And yet it doesn't matter what she does, she is criticised", Arbiter said.

Arbiter ended her comments by saying it's time to "give Meghan a break".

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