Published: Sun, March 11, 2018

Meghan Markle just broke royal protocol again

Meghan Markle just broke royal protocol again

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A few months after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle got engaged in November, perhaps the most concrete signal that Markle's previous life-as a working actress and lifestyle blogger-had ended came when she deleted her Instagram account.

Markle did not need to be baptised as an Anglican in order to marry Prince Harry, but she allegedly made a decision to commit herself to the baptism to honor Harry's grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, because of her role as head of the Church of England.

Reports revealed that Markle had her baptism in secret and her confirmation soon followed.

It was not clear if Markle's parents, Thomas Markle Sr. and Doria Ragland, were present at the baptism ceremony but Prince Charles and his wife were said to have been in attendance.

Obviously, Meghan Markle had some pretty good practise with her being a hugely successful and famous actress.

The couple visited Millennium Point, a school in Birmingham, England, where they attended an event in support of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math), which is aimed at breaking down stereotypes and encouraging girls to study the generally male-dominated fields. "I'm from Canada so I had to come see them because this is a once in a lifetime opportunity and it was just incredible", said Brandy Davis, 20, a student from Toronto.

The 45-minute rite was reportedly conducted by the Archbishop of Canterbury in the Chapel Royal at St. James Palace, where the new member of the pristine church was baptized with holy water from the River Jordan.

"I just hope they will be happy".

Stephen McNally, 61, from Stourbridge, who was awaiting the couple in the crowd, said: "I think he's been allowed to do what he wants. Other people prefer simply to shake hands in the usual way".

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