Should Meghan ditch her signature style for tights?

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It was the newlyweds’ first royal engagement since the wedding, but surprisingly all eyes were on Meghan Markle’s legs.

The Duchess of Sussex surprised many by updating her look, stepping out in tights at her first royal engagement since the wedding. Opting for a pair of sheer tights, Meghan chose a look favoured by the Queen and Kate Middleton.

Meghan steps out in nude tights

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Fans were also stunned to see the disappearance of her signature ‘messy bun’, sparking speculation that she may have to update her style in accordance with royal requirements.

On today's show we asked the question if Meghan should follow in Kate's footsteps and wear tights to royal events - or if she should ditch the tights, and stick to her own style. The votes have been counted and have resulted in a resounding 'no to tights'.

M&S boss admits move to online has been too slow

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M&S has announced a massive fall of 62.1% in pre-tax profits. The drop is mostly linked to the retailers planned closures of 100 stores in the next four years.

M&S CEO, Steve Rowe spoke to Good Morning Britain and argued that the store closures are necessary to ensure the high street giant maintains its sparkle.

He said: “The figures today show the extent of the transformation that M&S is going through. It’s urgent that we do this because we have to make sure that M&S moves to a footing where we have a profitable and sustainable future.”

Rowe then went on to admit that the M&S move to online has been too slow.

Manchester bombing: One year on

It's been a year since the bombing in Manchester Arena which killed more than 22 people and left more than 500 people injured.

A national one-minute silence will be held in tribute to those who died and those whose lives were changed forever.

The Duke of Cambridge, Prime Minister Theresa May, along with the families of the victims will be in attendance at the Manchester Cathedral.

The national minute's silence will start at 2.30pm.