We doubt Doria is going to do anything to piss off the royal family, as she's to have a role in the upcoming royal wedding!
There are cocktails in teacups and guests wearing fascinators - no, the royal wedding has not been brought forward. "Mr Markle will walk his daughter down the aisle of St George's Chapel".
Special project manager and designer of the pop-up bar Adriana Salame says: "So I would say what I'm most proud of is the ceiling that I carved".
"On the morning of the wedding, Ms Ragland will travel with Ms Markle by auto to Windsor Castle".
Looks like Meghan isn't the only one with family drama..
One nugget of gold was used to make the Queen Mother's wedding ring, the Queen's in 1947, Princess Margaret's in 1960, the Princess Royal's in 1973 and that of Diana, Princess of Wales in 1981.
According to Samantha Grant, Ms Markle's half sister from her father's first marriage, their father Thomas was "completely self-sacrificing" and "the glue of our family".More news: Protests grow at AMU over Jinnah portrait controversy
Although Windsor is an hour outside of London, Meghan could opt to stay on the grounds of Windsor Castle as Autumn Kelly did before her 2008 wedding to the Queen's grandson, Peter Phillips. And if a couple do it will choose that once again depart from Royal tradition, according to which the monarchs their first dance as husband and wife performing a slow and romantic song. The invitation also features the Three-Feathered Badge of the Prince of Wales printed in gold ink.
For the couple, that's meant putting plenty of final details in order-narrowing down the invite list, making decisions about their best man and maid of honor, carefully selecting bee-friendly flower arrangements.
Their father, Thomas Markle Senior, who he alleges she forgot "like she never knew him", will "never recover financially from paying Meghan's way", he said.
Meghan is good friends with her on-screen partner Patrick J. Adams and her former co-star Sarah Rafferty, so we may see them at the nuptials.
Another commoner to marry into the Royal Family was Sophie Rhys-Jones, who said "I do" to the Queen's youngest child, Prince Edward, in 1999.
"Many of these people are sharing their stories with their local media and supporters - the couple are very pleased that their wedding has provided a platform to celebrate the inspiring work of community and youth leaders from around the United Kingdom", the statement from Kensington Palace reads.