BRIT Awards 2019: Beyonce and Jay-Z's Meghan Markle tribute

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The singer posted a tribute to the former actress on her website to mark Black History Month in the U.S., crediting Ms Markle with bringing "many black traditions to her royal wedding".

Repeat Roses picking up the flowers after the baby shower.

That was the question royal fans were asking Wednesday afternoon after Meghan Markle was treated to an intimate baby shower celebration in New York City.

Tennis superstar Serena Williams reportedly served as a host for the party.

King, who appears on CBS This Morning, was invited to the baby shower bash and revealed a few details, but first joked when asked on air about her present: "If I told you I would have to kill you".

"They did flower decorations, they had flower arranging, they brought in somebody to explain how to arrange flowers", Gayle said.

With clearly a lot already on her hands with royal engagements and her baby due in April, the Duchess of Sussex's baby shower this week was co-organized by Serena Williams and Amal Clooney (no big deal guys). Considering Meghan is having a second shower back in England, which could take care of all the people in her life who couldn't make it to NY, this is essentially a non-issue. "She's very kind. She's very generous, and a really, really sweet person", she added.

"I've never seen anything like this at a baby shower."@GayleKing says guests made flower arrangements at Meghan Markle's baby shower that @RepeatRoses donated to different charities.

This man seems really chill for someone who just lost $75 off a painting and got zero recognition from the superstars.

"I think she turned into a little Hollywood starlet and she was focused on her career so much". The couple was enjoying their family time with Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis at this undisclosed location in England during the time of the baby shower. "Let's not lose sight of that".

The outspoken former employee of the Royal family alleges that her brother-in-law Prince William would be "angered by all of Meghan's lavish extravagance this week", as he has spent "spent years working with the press to give them what they want but also gets what he wants in return - privacy".

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