Harry and Meghan get their names in... amino acids

Tech hub Dogpatch Labs give ‘most unusual gift ever’

15th July, 2018
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle visited Dogpatch Labs during their visit to Dublin last week Pic: PA

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle said that they received the most unusual gift ever during their trip to Dublin.

The couple visited tech hub Dogpatch Labs in the Dublin Docklands last week as part of their first foreign trip together since getting married in May.

There, Nora Khaldi, founder of biotech start-up Nuritas, gave the royal couple a gift of their names in peptides, which are chains of amino acids.

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