Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will jet to Italy to attend the marriage of her BFF Misha Nonoo and vitality entrepreneur Mikey Hess, Web page Six has realized.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex shall be company on the nuptials in Rome on Friday, we’re advised — simply three days earlier than embarking on their much-anticipated tour of South Africa.
Designer Misha Nonoo — who has made her personal robe — and oil tycoon boyfriend Michael Hess shall be celebrated by company together with supermodel Karlie Kloss and her hubby Joshua Kushner — who’s nice pals with Hess.
Whereas Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie are anticipated, alongside Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner and newlyweds singer Ellie Goulding and Caspar Jopling.
A supply confirmed to us: “There is no way that Meghan wouldn’t be at Misha’s wedding — no way at all.”
Singer Katy Perry and her fiancé actor Orlando Bloom are additionally anticipated, alongside Queen Rania of Jordan.
Hola! reported there shall be a bash at Cinecitta, the legendary movie studios the place unbelievable administrators reminiscent of Rossellini, Fellini, De Sica and Visconti filmed.
Nonoo simply teamed up with Markle on a capsule clothes line for charity. She designed the favored white shirt that’s a part of Meghan’s limited-edition Sensible Set capsule assortment that advantages Sensible Works, a charity that helps unemployed girls discover skilled clothes for job interviews.
After attending the London launch for the gathering, Nonoo spoke out about criticism the Sussexes have confronted, saying: “I think it’s unjust, and I think that people should really focus on the good work they do,” Nonoo mentioned. “A good example of that is [that] this is her first official engagement after having had her baby, (and) it’s all about empowering women, all about what she has essentially always sought to do.”
“When she goes to Africa with Prince Harry and their new little one, she is going to do some events there on empowering women,” Nonoo mentioned. “She’s really interested in empowering women around the world.”
A spokesperson for Hess declined to remark.