Meghan Markle to be baptized this month

Oscar Cross
March 8, 2018

Meghan Markle is getting closer to becoming royalty every day and she's celebrating her upcoming nuptials to Prince Harry in very special ways.

Cosmetic surgeon Dr Julian De Silva of Harley Street gave Prince Harry's fiance a whopping 87.4% using the mathematical equation used by Leonardo Da Vinci in his famous work Vitruvian Man.

'The wedding dress has been the biggest expense, and the budget has now doubled from what it originally was'. Along with The Duchess of Cambridge, Markle will be the scheme's fourth patron after her wedding day.

Licensing hours orders have previously been made for occasions of national significance, including the Queen's 90th birthday, the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton in 2011, and the football World Cup in 2014.

PUBS will be allowed to stay open until 1am to celebrate this year's Royal Wedding, the Home Office has confirmed.

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Mel C, a long-term supporter of the Prince's Trust, said about Scary Spice's comments: "Oh yes there's been quite a lot of press interest there, my invite hasn't turned up yet". She attended a Catholic high school in LA called Immaculate Heart High School (where she was a budding theater student!).

A source close to the couple said the American former actress had asked the archbishop, Justin Welby, to conduct the service "as she has..." Welby has gone on record to express his happiness for the couple.

It added that the baptism was believed to be Markle's own choice and was not a requirement of her royal marriage.

A source revealed to E!

One London doctor has claimed Meghan Markle, who will marry into the royal family this May, as most attractive of the bunch.

The couple, who announced their engagement back in November, shared an update on Friday detailing how they plan to have the public take part in their May 19 wedding, according to a news release. Afterwards, there will be a reception at St George's Hall for guests from the congregation.

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