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Meghan Markle Just Took a Major Step in Becoming a Royal

Meghan Markle Just Took a Major Step in Becoming a Royal

According to a "source", which is always encouraging, Meghan is planning on throwing a few "curveballs" on her wedding day.

She certainly won't have a problem being the centre of attention on 19 May, will she? In fact, they released a joint statement following Prince Harry and Markle's engagement announcement in November.

Let's hope Harry is taking notes.

Following trips to Edinburgh, Nottingham, Cardiff and south London, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have travelled to Birmingham in their latest regional tour before their wedding in May. When she told him she wanted to be an actress, the prince brought her over to meet Markle, who, if you'll recall, is a TV acting vet.

Meghan joined her husband-to-be.

Before Markle walks down the aisle in what is sure to be a show-stopping wedding gown (get ready to drool, bridal buffs), why not look back at the many swatches, buttons and seams she's worn since 2005?

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What a role model, eh? Meghan then chimed in to adorably say, "Togetherness at its finest!"

Per usual, Markle made sure to spend time with the commoners (and dachshunds) who came out in the cold to greet her and even shared a particularly heartwarming moment with a 10-year-old.

Meghan looks incredible on the outing. "You're using your brain in a really challenging way".

'To celebrate #IWD2018, Prince Harry and Ms. Markle are attending an event hosted by @Stemettes that aims to inspire the next generation of women to pursue careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM),' the tweet read. And you can't just come in today, do this and leave.

Lauren-Mae Sparrow, 13, caught the interest of Prince Harry after telling an audience she aimed to be an army officer engineer, winning a round of applause as she said: "Should our gender define who we are and what jobs we are allowed to do?" But Meghan and Harry are not traditional royals and all the signs point to them doing it their way as much as possible. Will the happy couple take the bold, and thoroughly modern, move of filling the place with their actual friends, rather than people their parents feel they ought to invite?

Kim Kardashian's 30 million a year dwarfs Kanye West's 12 million a year, on the breadline, they are.