02 February, 2019
As the US begins to dig out from snow and sub-zero temperatures, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stepped right into them during a trip to Bristol. After shaking Meghan's hand, the child told the royal, "Your hand is cold".
Sam, who has been away from the streets and drugs for 13 years, described the visit as "amazing", adding: "For the women to know that Harry and Meghan have come here, it says we do matter". She accented her dress with olive green boots that appear to be by designer Sarah Flint and retail for $695.
For her latest hairdo, the Duchess of Sussex gave the ultimate cool-girl hairstyle, the top knot, a royal makeover.
Meghan visited City, University of London to meet with students, faculty and staff and learned how the Association of Commonwealth Universities wants to build a better world through higher education.
The couple also watched the theatre's Young Company performing a song from their production Hercules, on of their three productions held each year.
Mario World for mobile, coming summer 2019
Nintendo's foray into the smartphone world has been somewhat successful thus far, and it's just announced a new mobile game. In other words, you can expect more updates for the Nintendo games that are already available on iPhone and Android.
Apple FaceTime Bug: How to Turn It Off to Avoid Eavesdropping
The caller can then eavesdrop on the person being called, and in some demonstrations even watch them through the camera app. That said, this FaceTime incident is a serious blow to Apple's carefully constructed image of the champion of privacy.
CBP: 376 Central American migrants cross U.S.-Mexico border near Yuma
The crossings came as President Trump is demanding $5.7 billion for his long-promised border wall with Mexico. He added: " In my 30 years with the Border Patrol, I have not been part of arresting a group of 376 people ".
Harry, wrapped up warm in a grey coat, also joined his wife to briefly greet crowds before they both headed inside the city's Old Vic theatre. Meghan even had the idea to write messages of love and empowerment on banana peels.
They also stopped at Empire Fighting Chance in Easton, Bristol, a boxing club which uses boxing to support children failing at school and in danger of drifting into a life of unemployment or crime.
Once inside the theatre, the royal couple practiced their parenting skills as they met three-year-old Ocean John, whose mother, Sally Cordwell, is the theatre's executive director.
Arriving at the National Theatre, the royal was seen leaving her vehicle, without shutting the door instead of heading straight inside the building in London.