Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are days away from tying the knot and Australia’s fashion elite has taken a quick break from posing in front of an exposed brick wall to give them some solid advice.
So what’s the secret to a happy marriage? Why it’s penciling some sack time in the diary of course…
“Sometimes you have to plan it,” E!’s Ksenija Lukich told Be at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in Sydney.
“Sometimes you have to schedule it and that’s OK. It’s always important to keep the spark alive.”
And with busy schedules like Harry and Meghan’s, this could be the answer to lasting the distance. The pair is not even going on a honeymoon due to their full diaries, instead choosing to stay in London after the wedding to show Meghan’s parent’s Doria Radlan and Thomas J. Markle the sights.
So what other pearls of wisdom did Fashion Week punters have for the happy couple?
“Sex toys and cayenne pepper,” one fashionista said.
Um, ouch but OK.
“It’s all about the wine and cheese nights with a creamy blue vein,” another added while the phrase “don’t f*ck it up” was the advice for Meghan for her wedding night.
No pressure ay, Meg.
The soon-to-be Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been copping advice from celebs all over the globe including Rihanna, who met Prince Harry in Barbados in 2016.
“Really, on your wedding night, you could do whatever you want,” Rihanna told ET . “It depends on how savage you wanna be.”
Fellow royal Prince Albert of Monaco says the couple need to enjoy the alone time when they can.
“If they ask me I would give them that advice, to make sure they have their intimate moments and to preserve those as much as possible because that’s so important for the balance of your life but also for your children you’re going to have,” he told Today.
Very wise words indeed.
Watch the video at the top of the article for what the big names in Aussie farshun have to say to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
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