Meghan Markle was secretly baptised ahead of her May wedding to Prince Harry, and now details of the "moving" and "special" service have finally been shared - by none other than The Archbishop of Canterbury.
It was originally a wedding present to Diana's grandmother, the Viscountess Althorp, given to her in 1919 by Lady Sarah Spencer, and was later modified in the Thirties, with sections added to it, and the oldest pieces said to be at either end.
A source has revealed: "There was never any question in Harry's mind that he would sign a prenup".
This means that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle could perhaps possess some of her jewels.
According to The Daily Mail, Prince Harry inherited approximately £13 million in a trust from his late mother, Prince Diana, on his 30th birthday and gained access to an investment profit worth a whopping £323,000. Blue Ivy, Rumi and Sir Carter; Harry Potter, Hermione and Ron; Prince William, Kate Middleton and Prince Harry are all examples of iconic duos and their perpetual, but beloved, third wheels.More news: Blue Ivy bids $26k on art at an auction
We have no doubt that they will continue to get closer over time-especially if Meghan and Harry start a family of their own.
In the trailer, the actors playing Harry and Markle sit together on a sofa as she says to him: "Tell me something real".
Kensington Palace announced plans for Meghan's baptism in November, shortly after she and Harry announced their engagement.
As the world warms up to watch the couple tie the knot at Windsor Castle in May, the founder and chairman of the British Monarchist Society expressed his concern.