Prince Harry and Meghan Markle meet students on International Women's Day

Meghan is reportedly planning on throwing a few'curveballs on her wedding day including having her mum walk her down

GETTY Meghan is reportedly planning on throwing a few 'curveballs' on her wedding day including having her mum walk her down the aisle

A royal sacrament! Meghan Markle was baptized at the Chapel Royal at St. James' Palace on Tuesday, March 6, Us Weekly can confirm.

Plans surrounding the baptism were kept a closely guarded secret, with only a few royal aides involved.

This time, she and Prince Harry were attending an event meant to encourage girls to pursue careers in STEM.

And when Meghan Markle visited Birmingham yesterday for International Women's Day with her fiancé, Prince Harry, there was one 10-year-old aspiring actress who was desperate to meet her idol.

Meghan's fiancé Prince Harry pulled astonished Sophia Richards out of the crowd to meet the USA actress on the couple's walkabout after she told him of her ambition to follow in the footsteps of the Suits star, reported the Daily Mail.

"What a force for good she is", he said about the "Suits" actress.

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The service observed full ritual, with holy water from the River Jordan from the private royal family font poured on Markle's head, the paper said.

"Meghan said that one day she will see me being an actress", said the girl, Sophia Richards.

The royal bride to be - who will marry Prince Harry in May - uses her burger flipping skills to turn up the heat in a saucy-as-hell video for men's magazine Men's Health.

Meghan Markle's wedding dress will undoubtedly inspire millions of copycat styles, just as Kate Middleton and Princess Diana's did before her - which is why the reported cost of the gown isn't a complete surprise. "It was like a miracle", said Francesco Farina while his friend Ariadna added: "I'm never washing my hand again".

The wedding will take place at 12 p.m. GMT (7 a.m. ET) on May 19 and will be officiated by the Dean of Windsor, the Right Reverend David Conner and the Archbishop of Canterbury, Kensington Palace revealed last month.

The couple has also announced that they will be inviting over 2,000 members of the public into the grounds of Windsor Castle to watch part of their wedding.

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