Meghan Markle Baptized Into Church of England Ahead of Royal Wedding

Meghan Markle Baptized Into Church of England Ahead of Royal Wedding

Meghan Markle Baptized Into Church of England Ahead of Royal Wedding

"Meghan said that she would like to see me on TV when I become an actress", Sophia said. The special event happened during a secret ceremony in the Royal Chapel at London's St. James's Palace on the evening of Tuesday, March 6, according to a new report.

Markle and her fiancé Prince Harry spent their morning in Birmingham, where they had an official engagement for International Women's Day.

While Markle did not need to become an Anglican in order to get married in the church, she made a decision to join to honor Queen Elizabeth, who is the head of the Church of England.

"What a force for good she is", he said about the "Suits" actress.

"Meghan told me that I can achieve whatever I want to achieve", Richards said. Welby is also who Markle and Harry chose to perform their wedding ceremony in May.

The soon-to-be royal spends her more casual outings closer to her Kensington Palace digs, often popping over to the local Whole Foods, and heading across the street to the flower stand to pick up her favorite peonies, just a stone's throw from the Palace, ET's source reveals.

The crowds were smaller than Cardiff and Edinburgh, but clearly people are curious about Ms Markle, as the royal PR machine refers to her. REUTERS/Chris Jackson/Pool Britain's Prince Harry (L) and his fiancee USA actress Meghan Markle attend the first annual Royal Foundation Forum on February 28, 2018 in London.

The royal bride to be - who will marry Prince Harry in May - uses her burger flipping skills to turn up the heat in a saucy-as-hell video for men's magazine Men's Health.

That wasn't the couple's only brush with encouraging young women on IWD. The ceremony will start at 12 p.m.

The couple has also announced that they will be inviting over 2,000 members of the public into the grounds of Windsor Castle to watch part of their wedding. "They will embrace people", the former royal butler said.

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