Meghan Markle Baptized Into the Church of England During Secret Royal Ceremony

  • Meghan Markle Baptized Into the Church of England During Secret Royal Ceremony

Meghan Markle Baptized Into the Church of England During Secret Royal Ceremony

Meghan Markle's former Suits co-stars will be invited to her wedding. Richards called the conversation "a dream come true".

Celebrity stylist and designer Lucas Armitage told Femail: 'Whilst most of us are used to dressing for the office for Meghan this look is out of her comfort zone as she is more used to rocking a gown on a red carpet. A week after breaking royal protocol to highlight the importance of #MeToo and Time's Up, the royal-to-be is once again bending the rules for a good reason-and on International Women's Day, no less.

While someone else said: "I love Meghan's outfit today, especially her coat and lovely bag".

Britain's Prince Harry and his fiancee Meghan Markle meet local school children during a visit to Birmingham, Britain, March 8, 2018. This means she's now officially a member of the Church of England.

According to a source, Meghan's fiance, Prince Harry, and her future father-in-law, Prince Charles, were in attendance.

"The main thing is if he's happy with Meghan, that's all you want for him". She bent down and asked them if they were keeping warm enough, The Mirror reported, and shared a hug with a schoolgirl who had been waiting out in the cold.

This isn't the first time the bride-to-be has opted for pants over a dress, donning an actual tailored black suit instead of a cocktail dress for her first formal outing with Prince Harry, at the Endeavour Fund Awards last month.

Her camel coat on Christmas day was finished with brown gloves, boots, and a circular handbag. She told Harry and he said "Canadians are everywhere".

Meghan, who spent time puzzling over instructions to help the girls with their work, said she was impressed with a programme which allowed them to temporarily edit web pages, saying the ability to change untrue information into "something positive" was "so cool".

The royal couple - who are set to be married in May - attended an event hosted by mentoring program Stemettes that aims to inspire the next generation of women to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, Kensington Palace said.