Meghan Markle Will Attend Pippa Middleton's Wedding as Prince Harry's Date

Meghan Markle Will Attend Pippa Middleton's Wedding as Prince Harry's Date
Meghan Markle Will Attend Pippa Middleton's Wedding as Prince Harry's Date
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20 April, 2017

Pippa Middleton announced her engagement to multi-millionaire hedge fund manager, James Matthews, last July, with the couple set to Wednesday this May.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were spotted together.

Prince Harry reportedly touched down in Toronto this week to spend some quality time with Meghan Markle over Easter weekend, proving that their romance continues to be in full bloom.

But it's not all sunshine and rainbows for Prince Harry and Markle.

Meghan and Harry will join the royal family at the reception to be held at Pippa and Kate's family home in Bucklebury.

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Meghan Markle will reportedly attend Pippa Middleton's upcoming wedding as her boyfriend Prince Harry's date!

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Right now, she practically lives at Kensington Palace, insiders say. Hello magazine said that Markle has asked for a week off of work from filming Suits, from May 15 to 22, in order to attend the wedding.

Fans of the Suits star and her royal beau believe Meghan's influence, and that of her therapist mother, has had the positive effect of helping Harry to adopt a more open attitude when it comes to speaking out about is personal trauma. A source close to Markle told ET, however, that the jewelry is actually a Hamsa evil eye ring, which was given to her as a gift.

It would appear Markle is getting her affairs in order: Vanity Fair recently reported that Queen Elizabeth may have been behind Markle's decision to shutter her lifestyle blog, the Tig.

During his 20s, Harry says he went through a two-year period of "total chaos" and he chose to see a therapist "more than a couple of times".

Speaking to Bryony Gordon's Mad World podcast, Harry revealed he sought counselling after two years of "total chaos" having spent almost 20 years "not thinking" about the death of Princess Diana.

The interview was lauded by mental health advocates, who said it means a lot in the fight against stigma around mental illness for someone as high profile as Prince Harry to admit that he, too, has struggled emotionally and sought professional help.


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