Breaking the tradition: who will lead Meghan Markle to the altar

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The Royal Family gathered at Westminster Abbey earlier today for the Commonwealth service, but all eyes were on the bride-to-be, Meghan Markle as today marked the first official engagement with Her Majesty.

After months of keeping her lips zipped on all things royal wedding-related, Meghan Markle has finally spoken out about her nuptials.

Harry and Meghan will Wednesday on May 19 at Windsor Castle and the couple have invited 1 200 members of the public to share their big day from the castle grounds.

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On Monday, the couple attended services at Westminster Abbey in honor of Commonwealth Day, which is an annual celebration of the Commonwealth countries.

Prince Harry's fiancee was relaxed and confident as she joined in signing the National Anthem, apparently knowing all the words which she will need to become a citizen.

"Not to mention the fact that there has been some bad blood between Harry and Thomas after Harry made comments about her finally getting the family she never had".

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The importance of Markle attending an event with Queen Elizabeth before officially marrying into the royal family is one that wasn't lost on fans of the royals.

The Royal Family website states: "There are no obligatory codes of behaviour when meeting The Queen or a member of the Royal Family, but many people wish to observe the traditional forms".

In another shot, Megs and Harry team up with their Bizarro Land comrades and enjoy a black-tie dinner with Prince William (Burgess Abernethy) and Kate Middleton (Laura Mitchell).

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Meghan's future father-in-law Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall were also in attendance. When the People's Princess was just 20, Stephen created a series of timeless berets for her to wear, which he told Vogue he embroidered with her initials and the Prince of Wales's feathers.