Here, all the royal news you need to know for the week of November 24, 2021.

  • The same day, Meghan Markle paid a visit to The Ellen DeGeneres Show, where she participated in the ultimate prank. “When Meghan and I were talking about doing the show, the first thing you said to me is, ‘I want to do one of those IFBs,’” DeGeneres said in a clip. (If you’re unfamiliar, and IFB is a listening device regularly used by TV networks.) The Duchess of Sussex did everything her pal told her to do, including eating snacks like a chipmunk and telling people she had magical powers.
  • This week, Camilla Parker Bowles talked about the excitement of her recent Autumn Tour, but also how traveling affects her and Prince Charles now that they're getting older. Per a report, we learned that on the way back to the U.K., the duchess said, “It was quite tough, we were driving a lot and it was pretty bumpy.” But Bowles quickly put the situation into perspective, adding, “But afterwards I think...I'm a lot older now, well into my 70s. But to quote Richard Ingram, ‘We've still got a snap in our celery.’”

  • The royal family gave followers another special peek with a video that was shared to the official royal family Instagram account. In the caption they asked, “Have you ever wondered what is inside the iconic Round Tower at Windsor Castle?” In the video, it's revealed that the tower is home to the Royal Archives, which are described as “a unique collection of documents relating to the history of the British Monarchy over the last 250 years.”

  • Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are preparing to celebrate their second Thanksgiving together in the states, and the Duchess of Sussex just gave us a preview of her family’s plans. During her visit to Ellen, the duchess revealed the family will spend the holiday quietly at home. “I love to cook. We'll be home and just sort of relax and settle in. It's our second Thanksgiving at home in California, so it will be nice,” Markle said.
  • Queen Elizabeth is showing her support for British Columbia following the devastating floods and landslides that took place on Monday. In response to the news, the 95-year-old monarch shared her sympathies with the province in a special message on social media, while Governor-General Mary May Simon re-shared the statement on Twitter.

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