Meghan Markle Set To Have First Meeting With Queen Elizabeth On Mother’s Day With Prince Harry [Report]
Meghan Markle is set to have first meeting with Queen Elizabeth this coming Mother's Day and that's what reports were claiming. Prince Harry is keen for his girlfriend to officially meet his grandmother before the wedding of Pippa Middleton.
It has been reported that Meghan Markle already met Prince William and Kate Middleton and was even given an approval from Prince George. After this, her net appointment will be meeting Queen Elizabeth and will have a face-to-face encounter with the royal's big one.
According to a publication in the UK, Prince Harry is very keen for Queen Elizabeth to finally meet Meghan Markle and he wasn't this to happen before the wedding of Pippa Middleton as per Metro. Since he is automatically invited during the wedding, there were reports claiming that the actress sis reportedly in the guest list as his plus one. But before this, Harry and Meghan need first the approval of the Queen.
Further, Meghan Markle knows that this will not be an ordinary meeting since she needs to make a solid impression with the most important member of the royal family. Rumors were rife that Prince Harry may already have the wedding bells on his mind and is reportedly ready to ask the question to the "Suits" actress in the future.
Reports about an impending wedding proposal escalated after the two were spotted socializing during Prince Harry's friend's wedding at the Caribbean. This was Harry and Meghan Markle's first public appearance together after months of dating.
Prince Harry fell for Meghan Markle last year but he only confirmed the news last November when he released an official statement calling for the media to leave his girlfriend alone. This was the first time the prince released a statement to protect his girlfriend from unfair criticisms as per Forbes.
But before any wedding that might take place in the near future, there seems to be a catch. The English law tells that for a royal wedding to happen, Queen Elizabeth needs to give her approval first. Exactly, this would what Prince Harry and Meghan Markle need to do before the next royal wedding.