Meghan Markle's mom just arrived in London for the royal wedding

Meghan Markle's mom just arrived in London for the royal wedding

Meghan Markle's mom just arrived in London for the royal wedding

The limited edition cake is baked fresh in-store, and will be available at all stores until Sunday, May 20.

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Meghan Markle's mother, Doria Ragland, has arrived in London ahead of her daughter's wedding next week.

The cake will be decorated with white chocolate curls and topped with a sprinkling of pink rose petals.

One eatery, the Windsor Grill, is launching a special menu for the weekend of the wedding day that the British government has deemed a "day of national celebration". After they divorced when she was very young, Meghan bounced between her mother's home in View Park-Windsor Hills and her father's place in Santa Monica and then Woodland Hills.

Clad in the green P.A.R.O.S.H bow dress Markle wore under a white coat, the wax figure reflects the moment she and Prince Harry stepped out on November 27, 2017 to reveal their big marital news.

"I managed to get some".

A spokesperson for Madame Tussauds London told PEOPLE, 'We've given Meghan an open invitation to come and see the exhibit. The good news, though, is that worldwide shipping exists, and if Harry and Meghan have taught us anything, it's that bridging the gap across the pond (and looking damn good while doing it) is easier than ever.

Doria will be breaking traditions, a staple for this wedding apparently, and will accompany Meghan from an undisclosed location to St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle. She's reportedly planning a sit-down tell all with Oprah after the royal wedding (which would be major). Prince William will serve as Prince Harry's best man.

"Whilst we are sure the catering will be spectacular at the castle, Prince Harry and Ms Markle should be comforted to know that we have some of their favourites ready should they wish to pop out for a bit", Wilby said in a statement.

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