Meghan Markle attends first official event with the Queen


A source close to the situation revealed Prince William's pregnant wife "pulled out all the stops" to make sure her last hoorah as a single lady goes well.

Although this marks her first official event with the queen, Markle has attended royal events since her engagement to Prince Harry, including the Royal Foundation Forum in February.

Inside Westminster Abbey, Markle was seated in the second row near the queen and just behind her father-in-law-to-be, Prince Charles.

The officer told the Daily Express: "Even though Meghan will have known the enemy was not real, I guarantee that she will have been petrified".

Liam Payne had the honor of performing in front of the royal family today during the Commonwealth Service!

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Meghan Markle was a vision in white when she stepped out with her fiancé Prince Harry and future brother- and sister-in-law the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on Monday (Mar. 12) at the Commonwealth Day service. She teamed the pretty look with a navy dress with navy pumps.

And as the world counts down to May 19th to watch Prince Harry marry former Suits actress Meghan Markle, there's another milestone dedicated fans are anticipating to coincide with the Royal Wedding. According to the style blog Meghan's Mirror, Markle's Amanda Wakeley midi dress and coat are available on Orchard Mille - although her dress is now low in stock.

The former U.S. actress, accompanied by Prince Harry, took part in a two-day course in the Herefordshire countryside.

They will be married by the Justin Welby, who is the Archbishop of Canterbury and the full service will be led by David Connor, the dean of Windsor.

The Daily Star has reported that Meghan's half-brother Thomas Markle Jr, who was accused of putting a gun to his girlfriend's head during a row past year, did not get an invite to the wedding.