Queen gives her consent for Harry-Meghan wedding

Kelvin Reese
March 16, 2018

Meghan Markle leaves after attending the Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey in London, Britain March 12, 2018.

Why did the Queen use Harry and Meghan's real names to give formal consent?

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Lifetime's movie about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will premiere ahead of the couple's nuptials in May.

Britain's Queen Elizabeth has formally given her permission for her "dearly beloved" grandson Prince Harry to marry his United States fiancee Meghan Markle.

Harry first took Ms Markle to meet the Queen for afternoon tea at Buckingham Palace last October, to introduce her to the woman he wanted to marry.

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These and other moves boosted the number of United States troops in Afghanistan by at least 3,500 to a total of more than 14,000. Mattis said he had seen some positive indications from Islamabad, noting some Pakistani military operations along the border.

But it seems the Queen is also keen to personally welcome the former actress into the fold, as Her Majesty's latest move signals. And we know there are more just like them who continue to suffer in silence.

Of course, there wasn't any question on whether or not Queen Elizabeth would approve the match.

It's said that the 36-year-old was also given outdoor survival pointers that she could utilize in an escape scenario. We congratulated her on her engagement.

Was an official letter sent to the Privy Council about Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge? "She has her wedding preparation and is meeting a number of people all the time - from Harry's charities, staff at the household, and the Royal Foundation". This is the first confirmed report of one of Meghans private visits.

The public and the fashion world are expected to have to wait until 19 May, the day of the wedding, to find out who the designer is.

According to the ABC News, Meghan spent Mother's Day enjoying an "intimate lunch" with the monarch at Windsor Castle.

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