Meghan Markle's Baptism: Father and Prince Harry to Meet

  • Meghan Markle's Baptism: Father and Prince Harry to Meet

Meghan Markle's Baptism: Father and Prince Harry to Meet

The outlet reports that Palace aids made plans for Markle's baptism shortly after her November engagement to Prince Harry was made public.

Home secretary Amber Rudd said residents should be allowed to celebrate Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's big day by enjoying a late-night tipple.

Speaking as she joined the Prince of Wales and a host of celebrities at a Prince's Trust award ceremony, recognising young people who have turned their lives around, Melanie Chisholm said she thought Scary Spice was "joking".

Unfortunately, for, well, everyone, the couple have chosen to get married on a Saturday so there's no chance of a day off or a bank holiday, but as a consolation the government has chose to give us all a present to make celebrating easier.

According to the insider close to the former Suits star, the wedding dress has set the royal family back a whopping £400,000 (AU$712,0000). She attended a Catholic high school in LA called Immaculate Heart High School (where she was a budding theater student!).

Well that's something we suppose.

Burrell believes that the duke and duchess will have a boy next month and even suggested some baby names.

The women were said to have been pampered by spa treatments while making merry. Along with The Duchess of Cambridge, Markle will be the scheme's fourth patron after her wedding day.

Welby told Sky News last month that the Church of England had already "dealt with" the issue of Markle's divorce from her previous husband.

Prince Harry and Markle, an American actress, will marry at noon in St. George's Chapel, the 15th century church on the grounds of Windsor Castle - long the backdrop of choice for royal occasions.

Meghan, 36, will marry Harry, 33, on May 19 in what is being dubbed Britain's society wedding of the year.

"Just like The Queen, there was a gap between her two kids but William and Kate are running out of time, so they better get on with it!"