Meghan Markle Reportedly Had Her First Meeting With the Queen

Danny Woods
September 13, 2017

A source close to the royals told the Daily Star: "Harry wants the same sentiment when he proposes to Meghan, so he is working with the jewellers to design something incredible".

Chopra said the cover story should have focused more on the Suits star many achievements, rather than her relationship with Prince Harry. Us Weekly reports Markle met Queen Elizabeth for the first time on September 3 in Scotland.

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An introduction to his grandmother was the final step in making Meghan a permanent fixture in the family. Since a few months, she attended very seriously the issue of prince Harry.

Reports suggest that the actress has already been introduced to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and is said to have forged a friendship with Princess Beatrice and her sister Eugenie. "We're so far behind, I mean we just had Wonder Woman, which is our first big major female superhero movie directed by a female".

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Ever since news broke last fall that Suits actress Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are dating, their relationship has been meticulously documented.

Despite being a member of British royal family, Prince Harry opts for a less glamour party to celebrate his 33rd birthday on September 15.

Addressing their need for privacy, the actress added: 'This is for us. "They'd hoped to marry just before Christmas", notes the insider, "but now it's all up in the air".

"Diana's jewellery collection was left in trust for the boys and Meghan apparently loves emeralds".

'And right out of the gate it was surprising the way things changed. We're two people who are really happy and in love'.

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