Prince Harry will finally meet Meghan Markle's father at her baptism

Kelvin Reese
March 8, 2018

Meghan and Harry will be married May 19 at Windsor Castle.

Catholic-educated Meghan Markle is taking a major step by becoming baptized into the Church of England ahead of her impending Royal marriage. It's customary for them to wear rings and it's likely Meghan Markle will follow Suits (pun intended!).

That's right, Meghan's baptism will provide the opportunity for her dad and her fiancée to meet for the very first time. Along with The Duchess of Cambridge, Markle will be the scheme's fourth patron after her wedding day.

Speaking as she joined the Prince of Wales and a host of celebrities at a Prince's Trust award ceremony, recognising young people who have turned their lives around, Melanie Chisholm said she thought Scary Spice was "joking".

Even though this is Thomas' first time meeting Prince Harry, Ragland has met the royal a handful of times.

Meghan's baptism and confirmation - which are both listed as important milestones of the "journey of faith" - are a nod to the Queen's strong faith.

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The royal family on Christmas morning in Sandringham, England.

It was also announced last week that 2,640 members of the public will be allowed on the grounds of Windsor to celebrate with the pair as they become husband and wife. These things it's always unfortunate we still need, but it's an incredible thing.

A statement from the Archbishop of Canterbury on the day of Harry and Meghan's engagement confirmed that he does indeed approve of their impending nuptials. However, she did not convert to Judaism and the couple divorced two years later. "Later that evening, The Prince of Wales will give a private reception".

Licensing hours orders have previously been made for occasions of national significance, including the Queen's 90th birthday, the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton in 2011, and the football World Cup in 2014.

"I bet most people confess that they'll find themselves glued to the TV when there's a Royal Wedding or something similar".

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