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Harry takes Meghan to meet the Queen

20 October 2017, 12:12 | Mandy Simon

PA REVEALED Meghan is saying bye to some very big things in her life

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry

"Nowadays, we may not be not putting on our white gloves, heavy corsets to sip some tea at 4 p.m., but the tradition (with some minor modern improvements) still remains very relevant - especially when the late afternoon lethargy sinks in", she wrote.

Meghan, who apparently quit her role in United States drama Suits recently to spend more time with Harry, has regularly visited Kensington Palace in west London. In the most recent news, the couple apparently had a secret tea party with Queen Elizabeth, allowing her and Markle to spend some time together, since she'll have to give Harry, the fifth in line for Britain's royal throne, permission before he can Wednesday. At the event, Harry spent some SERIOUS quality time with Markle's momma, Doria.

The source also revealed that the Queen normally sits for half an hour eating from a selection of sandwiches, fruit or plain scones and cake.

Perhaps the Los Angeles-born "Suits" actress was positioning herself as the appropriate bride for Harry by showing she has something in common with Elizabeth II.

Harry, 33, started dating divorcee Meghan in July 2016.


Prince Harry has taken Meghan Markle to meet the Queen, after she quit her job, prompting speculation they will announce their engagement.

In a recent interview with Vanity Fair, Markle confessed her love for Prince Harry, in her first comments about their relationship. "I'm always very happy when two people who are in love decide to get married, who doesn't love a happy, romantic wedding?"

There is critical significance in Markle's meeting with Queen Elizabeth, People said. Prince Harry reportedly wants a private and non-extravagant nuptials.

As Meghan has been married before, Harry must ask the Queen for her permission to Wednesday the brunette star.

The trio had tea together and it was thought to have happened last Thursday, which will no doubt prompt royal watchers into thinking an engagement is imminent.



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