Prince Harry Invites Meghan Markle to Afternoon Tea With the Queen

Prince Harry Invites Meghan Markle to Afternoon Tea With the Queen

Prince Harry Invites Meghan Markle to Afternoon Tea With the Queen

On 3 September previous year, prince Harry had his girlfriend Meghan Markle to his grand-mother Elizabeth II at the castle of Balmoral.

The Mail report the catch-up at Buckingham Palace was "informal" and organised to "settle any nerves Meghan might have felt". They were then "whisked up to the Queen's private sitting room" for the hour-long meeting, Kay reported. 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.

Meghan was spotted back in Toronto following a brief stint in the United Kingdom, where she was said to have met her boyfriend's grandmother, The Queen, over tea at Buckingham Palace. An interview full of benevolence in which the word marriage has certainly been pronounced; the queen, with the humour that we know him, who may have urged the young couple to jump quickly not because of his great age.

Meghan and Harry first started dating 18 months ago, with Britain's Kensington Palace making the unconventional move of issuing a statement confirming their romance just months into their relationship.

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Her character Rachel Zane has become a fan favourite.

And that's not the only family member the Suits star has met with, with The Mail revealing Harry's father Prince Charles was "very impressed" when he was introduced to the 36-year-old.

Last month, Harry and Meghan made their public debut as a couple at the Invictus Games in Toronto, where they held hands at a wheelchair tennis event.

"I can tell you that at the end of the day I think it's really simple", she said about the intense publicity their relationship had attracted. It's part of what makes it so special, that it's just ours. "I'm sure there will be a time when we will have to come forward and present ourselves and have stories to tell, but I hope what people will understand is that this is our time".

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