Meghan Markle kidnapped by SAS to prepare for potential attacks

Mar 13, 2018, 06:02
Meghan Markle kidnapped by SAS to prepare for potential attacks

Markle accompanied the royal family to Westminster Abbey, where the royal wedding will take place next summer, for the celebration that included some 2,000 other guests, according to NBC.

Markle joined her husband-to-be and Britain's other senior royals including Harry's father, Prince Charles, and his elder brother Prince William and his wife Kate at London's Westminster Abbey for the Commonwealth service.

The pitch-perfect top layer was just what Markle needed to breathe new life into a little black dress, also by Wakeley, and she matched it to a fascinator that recalled the look of French beret.

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It was Prince Harry's bride-to-be Megan Markle first public appearance with Queen Elizabeth II.

"I'm really excited to perform for the Queen and the Royal Family today", Payne said in a video posted to The Royal Family's Twitter account.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived at the event alongside Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. "As we give thanks for our rich diversity and for our common humanity, let us pray together for peace and unity, and that we may offer one another mutual friendship and support".

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Her new cross bracelet is also believed to be by Birks and is thought to have been created to mark her recent baptism.

Meghan was seen singing along to the national anthem, "God Save the Queen", as the service began - Watch below!

The Daily Star has reported that Meghan's half-brother Thomas Markle Jr, who was accused of putting a gun to his girlfriend's head during a row previous year, did not get an invite to the wedding.

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It was decided that Markle should have the training before her May wedding to Harry because of heightened security concerns after a package containing white powder was sent to Markle and set off an anthrax scare, Wonderwall reported.