Prince Harry and Meghan Markle news update: Suits star to do THIS if they get engaged
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have royal fans on edge as to whether or not they will be engaged by the end of this year. But if the young prince does get down on one knee, and the Suits star becomes one of the family, how will she be expected to act?
- Prince Harry, 33, and Meghan Markle, 36, have been dating well over a year now.
- Engagement rumours are rife and sources have revealed the American actress may be about to quite Suits and move to the UK.
- If the couple do get married, Meghan will have to adhere to royal etiquette.
Saturday 11 November, 2017: 3:33pm
While Meghan and Harry’s relationship has been catapulted unto the limelight, the Suits star likes to keep her everyday life, including her beauty routine, low-key.
Meghan does not opt for pricey serums when it comes to moisturisers.
Her favourite product in fact is Nivea’s Q10 Plus Skin Firming Body Lotion.
In an interview with BeautyBanter she said: “I use this religiously. It’s honestly my favourite lotion on the market, it’s so affordable and makes my skin look and feel amazing.
“I would buy a case of this at a time if I couldn’t find it.”
Saturday 11 November, 2017: 1:41pm
Fans of the pair expecting an engagement announcement this month may have to wait a little longer.
A source with “excellent contacts in the palace” told the Daily Beast Harry would be holding off on popping the question until the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton gives birth.
Kate and Prince William announced they were having their third child together in September and the baby is due in April.
The source said: “There won’t be any announcement until at least after Kate has had her baby in April.”
They added that even after that, the couple may hold off on the wedding.
According to former royal chef Darren McGrady Meghan and harry are waiting for another big event in royal calendar.
He told Hello: “November is the Queen and Prince Philip’s platinum wedding anniversary so they can’t trump that.
“Whereas December they can announce the engagement and they’d be free to marry next year; I think that’s what’s going to happen.”
Saturday 11 November, 2017: 12:07pm
While the couple’s engagement is up in the air, the couple have become more public in their displays of affection.
On Thursday, Harry laid a wooden cross at Westminster Abbey’s Field of Remembrance ahead of Armistice Day.
Speaking with Matt Weston, a bomb disposal expert in Afghanistan, Harry joked about bring his American actress girlfriend to the event.
Matt, 28, said: “I took the mickey and asked where his missus as and he said she wasn’t here.
“I asked if she would come next time because she’s awesome, and he said he couldn’t hide her anywhere, but I said you wouldn’t have to hide her.
“I would love to meet her – I think she’s brilliant.”
Professional etiquette coach Meika Meier has stressed the importance of good grooming and regular blow-dries.
The actress will also need to adopt a dress style that suits her. She might want to copy the stylish example set by the Duchess of Cambridge.
In addition to looking their best, members of the royal family have to carry themselves differently to ordinary members of the public.
Meghan will need to perfect sitting tall, maintaining a good posture and not letting her back touch her chair when she is sitting down.
She must never cross her legs, especially when getting in and out of cars, and needs to keep her hands folded in her lap at all times.
If Meghan marries Prince Harry, she might want to adopt the leg slant, which was perfected by Diana, Princess of Wales and Kate Middleton.
Another important skill to master is the regal art of eating.
Meghan will need to use her fork in her left hand and holding the handle of the tea cup at three o’clock.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK
Tags: Meghan Markle, Wedding, Engagement, Royal Engagement