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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle greet tourists from the glossy surface of a postcard sold Friday in Windsor. The pair — the real people, not their images, we mean — will wed at St. George's Chapel in Windsor Castle on Saturday. Oli Scarff/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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In this May 2, 2018 photograph provided by Kensington Palace, Britain's Princess Charlotte cuddles her brother Prince Louis, on her third birthday, at Kensington Palace, in London. Duchess of Cambridge/AP hide caption

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Actor Meghan Markle and Prince Harry attend the Wheelchair Tennis on Day 3 of the Invictus Games Toronto 2017 at Nathan Philips Square in September. Karwai Tang/WireImage hide caption

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Geologists studied these scraps of diamond leftover from the shaping of big jewels. Evan Smith/Gemological Institute of America hide caption

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Big Diamonds Bring Scientists A Message From Superdeep Earth

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Prince Andrew, Duke of York, seen here at Ascot Racecourse in June, was confronted by police in a garden at Buckingham Palace, who ordered him to identify himself. Chris Jackson/Getty Images hide caption

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The Duchess of Cambridge receives a bouquet of flowers, as she leaves after a visit to Hope House in London on Tuesday. The former Kate Middleton appeared unaffected by the controversy surrounding remarks made by author Hilary Mantel. Matt Dunham/AP hide caption

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