Prince Harry and Meghan Markle return $13m worth of royal wedding gifts

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's star-studded wedding celebrations at Windsor Castle this month were watched by millions of people around the globe and after 2 weeks the royal princess has been titled with the "One of the most recognizable women in the world at number 25". "It would have been extremely intimidating for anyone, but Meghan and Harry really did a marvelous job of preparing her [with] what to expect".

Official royal guidelines state, "The fundamental principle governing the acceptance of gifts by Members of the Royal Family is that no gifts, including hospitality or services, should be accepted which would, or might appear to, place the Member of the Royal Family under any obligation to the donor".

Additionally, Harry and Markle, as well as other members of the royal family, can not accept gifts from people they do not personally know, as they'd be unable to understand the giver's true motives. The couple supports seven main charities, which include CHIVA, Crisis, Myna Mahalia Foundation, Scotty's Little Soldiers, StreetGames, Surfers Against Sewage, and The Wilderness Foundation UK.

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Meghan Markle's mother, Doria Ragland, is a huge inspiration for the Duchess of Sussex, which was evident at the royal wedding.

Canadian PM Justin Trudeau followed that instruction, revealing that Canada would be making a $50,000 donation in their honour to the youth charity Jumpstart.

In addition to this, two koalas have been named after Harry and Meghan at Taronga Zoo in New South Wales as well as donating £2800 ($5300).