Published: Fri, March 30, 2018
Life&Culture | By Peggy Hughes

More Proof Meghan Markle Was Meant To Be In The Royal Family

More Proof Meghan Markle Was Meant To Be In The Royal Family

"If you're trying to cast an American bride in a royal wedding, [Markle has] an terrible lot of interesting elements", Syracuse University professor of pop culture Robert Thompson told Moneyish.

Although Markle will likely receive the title of duchess, she may wear a tiara on her wedding day.

"Don't forget she's hugely close to her grandson". "They're very posh, Daddy has a castle, they don't really have a job... and that's the kind of girl that has been thought that he would marry". She is thrilled to be seeing Harry settle down and finally marry.

Mulroney, who is also helping Markle plan the wedding, is one friend who could play a big role in Markle's wedding day.

The Queen may not be having a boogie, but many guests are predicted to throw some shapes, particularly after the musical talent rumoured to be attending or keen to perform.

Meghan Markle has still not invited her nephew to her wedding with Prince Harry

Markle may break from convention by giving a speech at her own reception to thank her friends and family and to pay tribute to Harry and his family, according to a report earlier this year in The Sunday Times.

The former Suits actress is also reportedly set to follow in the footsteps of Catherine - who has four-year-old son Prince George and two-year-old daughter Princess Charlotte, as well as expecting her third child with husband Prince William - when it comes to echoing the fashion sense of Harry and William's late mother Princess Diana, who died in a vehicle crash in 1997. Printed on an English card with American ink, the invitations are one example of Meghan and Prince Harry giving a nod to their unique backgrounds.

Meanwhile The Sun's freakish column exclusively revealed that the Foo Fighters have dropped hints they want to perform at the wedding.

Members of the Household Cavalry will form a staircase party at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle as part of the wedding.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry choose to go another route with their wedding cake than the traditional fruitcake. Approximately 1,200 people from across the United Kingdom will be invited, including "young people who have shown strong leadership and those who have served their communities", according to Kensington Palace.

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