Meghan Markle enjoys private bridal shower ahead of baptism

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The newlyweds will depart the ceremony in a horse-drawn carriage, before a private party in the evening at St George's Hall in Windsor Castle.

This official sign that Meghan is embracing the Church of England will mean alot to Prince Harry's family as his grandmother, the Queen, is head of the church. It's customary for them to wear rings and it's likely Meghan Markle will follow Suits (pun intended!).

Markle, who is due to marry Prince Harry in May, is considered to be even more relatable than Kate Middleton partly due to her feminist leanings.

"Meghan has an nearly perfectly shaped nose with a 98.5 per cent score, her eye position is exactly right and her gorgeous V-shaped chin is far more classically handsome than Kate's". Along with The Duchess of Cambridge, Markle will be the scheme's fourth patron after her wedding day. Kate Middleton, on the other hand, ranked fifth, with only 13 percent of the votes.

It's not known as yet if her on-screen husband Patrick Adams will watch her walk down the aisle to marry her Prince but an insider has revealed "the cast has been contacted in regards to invites from Kensington Palace", according to Hello!

Science or no science - both Meghan and Kate are gorgeous.

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"Meghan has an nearly perfectly shaped nose with a 98.5 per cent score, her eye position is exactly right and her gorgeous v-shaped chin is far more classically attractive than Kate's", he said. The rest of the royal family will also be in attendance.

Harry is very close to Meghan's mother Doria. "The Dean of Windsor will conduct the service, and The Archbishop of Canterbury will officiate".

It will be a stark contrast to the reception his father, Charles, Prince Of Wales, received In 2005 when he married fellow divorcee Camilla, Duchess Of Cornwall.

More details about the royal wedding have been released in recent months. According to the British editor and journalist, they do not want people who are as outspoken as Markle.

"Keep in mind", notes the pal, "the aides advising Meghan now are of the same position at the palace as the ones who advised Kate when she first got engaged to William".

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