To coin a phrase from Ariana Grande, the African Tour was fabulous but what's next on the agenda? After 10 days of intense media coverage and having enjoyed viewing daily if not hourly photos and video clips from Meghan's and Harry's various engagements in Africa, I'm feeling anticlimactic and in need of more, more, more. I know - get on with my own life right! But our lives seem so much more less colourful than life as a royal. Perhaps its time to think about volunteering somewhere to use up this excess energy..???
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