Meghan Markle, Prince Harry’s fiancée, has just passed an indispensable and saving step for her life. On March 6, Prince Harry’s fiancée was at the Royal Chapel of St. James Palace in London.
The ceremony was held according to the Anglican rite. Meghan Markle was educated in a Catholic high school but was so far Protestant.
It was not an obligation for her to be converted, but the former actress wanted to do it before her wedding. Envy came to him as a sign of respect for Queen Elizabeth II.
For this 45-minute ceremony, Prince Harry was present, along with his father Prince Charles.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are slowly preparing for their royal wedding.
The future bride was keen to uphold traditions and find a way to find her place in the royal family. To do this, it was a baptism that took place, during a private ceremony.
The wedding is scheduled for May in St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle.
Meghan Markle, who is American, also announced that she would take British nationality.
The young woman is obviously very straddling British traditions.
It was recently announced that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have decided to invite 2,640 civil society people to their nuptials, who will be able to travel on the grounds of Windsor Castle to observe the arrival of the newlyweds and their guests as well as the departure of their procession by coach.
The selection process will be conducted by the Lords Lieutenants Regional Offices.