Meghan Markle Wears White For Her First Official Appearance with the Queen

Posted March 13, 2018

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

The Fab Four ― sorry, the other Fab Four ― and accompanying family members attended services at Westminster Abbey to celebrate Commonwealth Day.

In addition, Australian actor Burgess Abernathy and Vancouver-based Laura Mitchell are will portray Prince William and Kate Middleton, respectively, while Maggie Sullivun ("Fargo") will play the Queen.

The couple could be seen exchanging glances following the performance where Prince Harry raised his eyebrows at his bride-to-be, as she giggled into her chest.

In one still, Parisa Fitz-Henley, who plays Meghan, and Murray Fraser, who takes on the role of Prince Harry, can be seen sharing a warm embrace eerily similar to the portrait the real couple released to celebrate their engagement previous year.

On Monday, Markle attended her first official event with Queen Elizabeth II.

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"Having enjoyed the warm hospitality of so many Commonwealth countries over the years, I look forward to the pleasure of welcoming the leaders of our family of 53 nations to my homes in London and Windsor", the Queen said in a statement.

She had meant to ask her mother Doria to do the honours of accompanying her down the aisle but that didn't go down well with the royal family, the source said.

The American actress, who intends to become a British citizen following the royal wedding on May 19, was far more straight-faced as she joined the congregation in singing the national anthem.

Between that and her strong hat game, Markle is basically a royal already.

After the Commonwealth Day services at Westminster Abbey ended, the Queen and other members of the Royal Family met those who participated in the day's affair.