The 10 Most Memorable Royal Moments of 2017

Scroll through to remember the best royal moments from 2017.
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The public waited patiently for the first official photo of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, and it didn't disappoint at the Invictus Games.
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Kate Middleton ditched her wedges to play tennis in a tracksuit.
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Queen Elizabeth's grandnephew Arthur Chatto proved even royals enjoy a good thirst trap.
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Kate Middleton announced her pregnancy.
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Prince Harry and Prince William had cameos in Star Wars.
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Prince Harry went to Google Camp with Oprah, Evan Spiegel and Emma Watson.
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Prince George had a few minor meltdowns.
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Prince Harry discussed his party boy past.
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In a surprisingly controversial move, Prince George switched schools.
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle released their official engagement photos.
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The British royal family has been endlessly entertaining in 2017. From Prince Harry’s candid interviews to Kate Middleton’s pregnancy announcement, they’ve certainly had an eventful year—one that’s worthy of its own season of The Crown. Of course, other royal families around the world have competed for the public’s attention. Princess Olympia of Greece had an epic birthday celebration that was reminiscent of the lavish days of Marie Antoinette. One young woman met, and eventually married, an Ethiopian prince at a Washington, D.C. nightclub, proving Disney fairy tales are real. And Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden proved she’s not afraid to get down and dirty with her family.

Scroll through to see 2017’s best moments for the British royal family, including Meghan Markle’s introduction to the world and Prince George’s many meltdowns (perhaps it’s because he always has to wear such high socks). Consider this your preparation for next year’s royal baby and wedding.

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