Behind the Fascination With the Royal Wardrobe

Meghan Markle (left) and the Duchess of Cambridge during the first Royal Foundation Forum in central London. (Picture: Press Association).


 

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The music used is called Jazzy French, part of the Royalty Free Music Library by Bensound. https://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music/jazz

About Valentina Marques da Rosa