Meghan Markle Is Attending 'Princess Lessons'

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February 13, 2018 14:31 By Fabiosa

Meghan Markle will be going through a lot of changes in the months leading up to the royal wedding. For starters, she will be undergoing two religious rites. Meghan will have to be christened and confirmed. These rites essentially make her a member of the Church of England.

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Meghan was brought up Christian, but she is a protestant. And although this information is public knowledge, the ceremonies will be private.

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She is attending ‘princess lessons’

In less than 100 days, Meghan Markle will be walking down the aisle with Prince Harry. It may seem like a long time to prepare, but Meghan has her hands full.

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A royal insider recently revealed that Meghan has already begun a “crash course”.

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The list of things she will have to learn includes dress codes, table manners, greetings, and proper use of cutlery. She will also be taught how to board the vehicles.

In addition, Meghan will be receiving elocution lessons. She will be taught appropriate British terminologies and advised on how best to address foreigners while representing the British state.

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The royal insider states that the indoctrination will be thorough and very particular about minute details.

There’ll be no stone unturned as in less than 12 weeks all eyes will be on her – there is no room for error.

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According to the insider, these lessons will help Meghan understand the British traditions. This would allow her better acclimatize to the new environment and the attendant demands.

A televised wedding

The royal wedding will be televised on May 19, 2018. Sources reveal that cameras will be permitted at the event as well. However, the live feed will be captured by the royal family.

The joining will take place at St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle. It happens to be the same chapel Prince Harry was christened at.

For those without access to televisions, the wedding will also be streamed on the internet.

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