Meghan Markle: The (Very) Soon To Be Royal

Calvin Saunders
May 8, 2018

She is, but invited for the service during which Prince Harry along with American celebrity Meghan Markle is going to be Wednesday, as well as the reception later.

For the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's wedding, aside from Maid of Honour Pippa, the rest of the bride's entourage was made up of young girls as bridesmaids.

To watch a walk the newly minted Royal couple will arrive about 100 thousand tourists.

Which is, of course, the home of Prince Harry's granny, the Queen.

Although Windsor is an hour outside of London, Meghan could opt to stay on the grounds of Windsor Castle as Autumn Kelly did before her 2008 wedding to the Queen's grandson, Peter Phillips.

"We're noticing an uptick on this particular wedding versus other royal weddings".

The Daily Mail reports that she will attend the ceremony at St George's Chapel on 19 May but that she hasn't been asked to the evening reception.

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Pingitore says she inherited her love of the royals from her mother, who loved Princess Diana.

The couple reportedly said they want the public "to feel part of the celebrations too" - a sentiment that some guests find puzzling, given the bring-your-own-everything nature of the bash. Rest 33-year-old Prince Harry and a 36-year-old Megan Markle will go until late in the summer.

While speculation is rife about the wedding itself - and what will be served at the reception, one thing is pretty much certain - they are unlikely to be giving guests a cocktail containing glitter - called the Markle Sparkle, or drinks named When Harry Met Meghan and American Princess.

According to Samantha Grant, Ms Markle's half sister from her father's first marriage, their father Thomas was "completely self-sacrificing" and "the glue of our family".

We're still holding out for a glimpse of Meghan Markle's dress change though, just like Kate Middleton did in 2011.

The threat of rain showers could put in crimp in the plans of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry to use an open carriage for the wedding procession.

Let's not forget about Prince Andrew, the Queen's third child, who married Sarah Ferguson in 1986, Britannica says. "There's a lot more preparation involved, (whereas) you're getting an nearly real-time experience with Harry and Meghan". Not only do they seem like genuine people, but we're able to imagine ourselves (or daughters or sons) as royals one day in the future, and suddenly that dream seems like much more of an attainable reality or at the very least, a possibility.

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