Meghan Markle’s Marvelous Guide To London

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With the Royal baby due any minute, Meghan Markle may not have much time to indulge at her favorite London haunts, but at least you will have a handy guide to the greatest spots in the Big Smoke during your trip to Londontown! 

Nails & Brows

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Markle reportedly gets her super-distinctive brows from Mayfair haunt Nails & Brows. The Duchess of Sussex is said to only see the owner (natch), Sherrille Riley, and gets the salon’s signature ‘Audrey Brow’ treatment, named as such after another classic-loving actress, Audrey Hepburn. 

Chiltern Firehouse

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This Soho House property in Marleybone isn’t just a favored spot of the Royal couple, but it’s also where wedding guests reportedly partied the night away after the Royal wedding.

Dean Street Townhouse


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This Soho House property (conveniently located in Soho), located inside a Georgian townhouse, is where Meghan and Harry shared the date that started it all… their first.

Sarah Chapman Skinesis

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There’s a six month wait list for facialist to the stars Sarah Chapman at her Chelsea salon, but chances are, when you’re the Duchess of Sussex and need an appointment, you get right in.

Kensington Flower Corner


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This is where Meghan used to go for her flower fix pre-Harry… and it’s conveniently located near her home of the moment, Kensington Palace… though we’re gathering that it isn’t quite as easy for her to sneak under the radar for roses as it was pre-Harry.

Soho House


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If you’re sensing that Meghan and Harry have a thing for the Soho House properties, you’d be right. But as they’re members-only, hanging out here minimizes the amount of gawking. We think.

Bocca Di Lupo

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Markle was a frequent visitor at this beautiful Italian eatery (one of the best in London) before she tied the Royal knot, and she reportedly still sneaks in when she’s having a craving for pizza, pasta and everything in between.

Violet Cakes


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For their Royal wedding, Markle and Prince Harry chose this Dalston bakery to create their lemon elderflower cake, covered with buttercream and decorated with fresh flowers.

Core by Clare Smyth


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Clare Smyth—who has been dubbed “The World’s Best Chef” by many (for eight years, she was the head chef at Gordon Ramsay’s eponymous three-Michelin-starred restaurant in Chelsea)—catered the Royal wedding, so no doubt Meghan and Harry visit her solo Notting Hill venture, Core by Clare Smyth, when they need a fix of delectable goodness.