Meghan Markle waxwork unveiled ahead of royal wedding

Meghan Markle waxwork unveiled ahead of royal wedding

Meghan Markle waxwork unveiled ahead of royal wedding

Revealing details about one of their last meetings together before Meghan jetted off for her new life in London, Gina said: "Meghan and I were at lunch and she was really excited that day at lunch and I said to her you look fantastic Meghan".

Within the grounds of Kensington Palace, "Apartment 1" once belonged to the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, Harper's Bazaar UK reports, who got kicked out moved out previous year, we presume after Prince Harry and Meghan announced their engagement.

She is also wearing a replica of the ring that Harry had custom-made for her, with the original featuring a diamond he sourced from Botswana. "Junior members of the royal family have the option of using the surname." said royal historian and author Carolyn Harris.

ITV Choice viewers will experience The Countdown to The Royal Wedding, which will air on Thursday, 17 May at 6pm followed by Harry & Meghan: A Very Modern Romance on Friday, 18 May at 6pm.

People from all across the globe have their eyes set on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's grand wedding.

Describing Harry, the 31-year-old from Windsor said he "loved a good joke" and was quite comical, but that he was just a "British Army officer".

We've seen all kinds of dubious Harry and Meghan-themed paraphernalia, from Crown Jewels condoms to "Ginger & Sparkle" crisps. "She told me through email that we were going to catch up about Cuddles for Cancer, but when she told me about the wedding and it was a total surprise".

Us Weekly is reporting Queen Elizabeth II will get a sneak peek at Meghan Markle's wedding dress.

As highlighted in the TMZ article though, the bricks used to create Meghan's character are clearly much lighter in comparison to those used for her mother, Dorris Ragland, leading to a lot of disappointment among the general public.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry attend the 2018 Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey, March 12, 2018, in London.

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