On Friday night, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were spotted at Los Angeles’ SoFi Stadium grooving to Beyoncé in a private box alongside Meghan’s mother Doria Ragland and longtime friend Abigail Spencer. But the night out was just the beginning for the royal couple. On Sunday, Harry went to BMO Stadium to watch Lionel Messi lead his new team, InterMiami, to victory over the Los Angeles FC. The next day actor Glenn Howerton posted a photo of himself posing with Harry and his It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia costar Rob McElhenney.
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On Monday night, Meghan returned to SoFi for a special night of the Renaissance tour celebrating Beyoncé’s 42nd birthday. Meghan, who celebrated her own 42nd birthday last month, was photographed alongside actor Kerry Washington and former Destiny’s Child member Kelly Rowland. Last month, Beyoncé asked her fans to honor her birthday by wearing silver to the concerts, and Meghan followed the dress code for both shows. On Friday, she wore a silver sequined skirt by SPRWMN with a white tank, and on Monday she wore another metallic skirt with a high-necked black top. (Unlike Rowland and Washington, she sadly did not wear any rhinestones on her face.)
Along with last week’s premiere of Heart of Invictus, the third Netflix docuseries from Archewell Productions, the couple’s outings are a happy ending to a summer that started out rocky after their partnership with Spotify came to an end and Meghan’s show Archetypes was canceled after one season. Despite rampant speculation, the couple’s Hollywood careers have not been put on hold, and last month romance writer Carley Fortune announced that Meghan and Harry had purchased the rights to her most recent novel, Meet Me at the Lake.
The couple also faced a rising tide of rumors that they are splitting up earlier this summer, something that multiple sources close to the couple strenuously denied. Over the weekend, an aide said that their relationship was still doing well. “They are just fine,” the aide told the Telegraph. “They are in a good place and living as normal a life as they have ever done.”
Harry’s next scheduled event, the annual WellChild Awards, is set to take place on Thursday in London. After the awards, he will travel to Düsseldorf for the Invictus Games, and Meghan will join a few days later. According to a source who spoke to the Telegraph, Harry has no plans to see his family during the trip.
“They are done with their former lives,” the source said. “They’re not talking about family. There’s no expectation that the family’s going to show up or acknowledge it or that anybody wants to see him. It’s over.”
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