Irish stew on the menu as Harry and Meghan visit…

The wedding of British royal Harry to American actress Markle has sent United Kingdom tabloids into a frenzy, with many column inches this week devoted to the cake the couple will have on their big day.

"With an upcoming marriage it's likely there is going to be an announcement in the next few years", Murphy added. "No pressure on the lovely couple!" "She's been embraced by the royal family".

In November Harry dropped a big hint that babies will be on the horizon soon during a television interview the couple did to mark their engagement.

Royal memorabilia fetches anything between £10 to well over £1000 on eBay, meaning those who snap up Harry and Meghan's china could be sitting on a pretty penny in years to come.

Kensington Palace has also released details about the invitations and the cake, which will be made by London-based pastry chef Claire Ptak.

All profits from sales go to The Royal Collection Trust, the registered charity responsible for the care and conservation of the Royal Collection.

Earlier, they received a rapturous welcome from thousands of young people when they visited the former Maze paramilitary prison outside Lisburn, where teenagers from both sides of the Irish border had gathered for a peace-building event.

General Manager of the Crown, Andy Dickinson, said: "We're thrilled that Prince Harry and Ms. Markle chose to pay The Crown Liquor Saloon a visit on their trip to Belfast and enjoyed their time in our pub".

Not only did the pair take in some performances, but they also offered up words of support.

During a walkabout with members of the public, a woman in the crowd called Maggie told Ms Markle: "I haven't got my invitation yet!"

A general view of the prosthetic limbs by Titanic FX seen by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle during a visit to Catalyst Inc science park in Belfast where they met some of Northern Ireland's brightest young entrepreneurs.

Three-year-old Thea Campbell shouted out "Happy Easter Meghan" and was rewarded with a chat with the bride-to-be who was wearing a pale Mackage coat, green skirt by Greta Constantine, cream Victoria Beckham sweater and carrying a tan Charlotte Elizabeth handbag. She styled her brunette locks in a chic chignon with a centre part.

  • Jon Douglas