The figure increased to 28 percent among 18 to 24-year-old respondents.
In related news, the weather on Prince Harry and Markle's wedding day may not be favorable. "There is low confidence for a steady rain on the day of the wedding". However, she said that it's unclear at this point what Harry's plans are after the wedding.
"Doria will be meeting Harry and Meghan's nearest and dearest while she's here, including close friend Jessica Mulroney, who arrives on Monday", said Good Morning America's royal contributor Omid Scobie.
The wax image of Meghan joins Prince Harry who has been up at Madame Tussauds since 2014. Prince Philip has not worn one since marrying Queen Elizabeth in 1947, and Prince Charles has not worn one following either of his marriages. While Meghan's dad is confirmed to walk her down the aisle. Pictured: Prince Harry and Markle attend a memorial service at St Martin-in-the-Fields in Trafalgar Square in London, on April 23, 2018. This is expected to last beyond the royal wedding which will likely give British brands a huge boost.More news: Iran nuclear deal should be preserved despite United States withdrawal: Russian FM
But 26 per cent of Brits admit they will be watching the FA Cup Final, rising to 40 per cent of all males polled. And beyond the actual wedding day, the halo effect can provide a big boost to British brands, as viewers take inspiration from everything from the bride's dress designer to the cake baker. "This only expands the commercial benefits of this wedding, as it brings 'Brand Britain" to a younger, global audience'.
Just weeks later the Prince visited the American actress on set of Toronto-based legal drama Suits, before the couple were first sighted together in London during December 2016.
Doria will be breaking traditions, a staple for this wedding apparently, and will accompany Meghan from an undisclosed location to St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle.