Meghan Markle Will Undergo Catholic Sacraments Before Marrying Prince Harry


When Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced their engagement, we had a lot of burning questions. Kensington Palace is slowly starting to reveal details of their spring wedding. According to a post from their official Twitter account, the couple is set to get married next May and will take place at St. George’s Chapel.

Before the wedding, Meghan will also be baptized and confirmed. According to Harper’s Bazaar, Meghan identifies as Protestant despite attending a Catholic high school since she “wasn’t raised in that faith.” They add that, “By getting baptized and confirmed into the Church of England, Markle honors Harry’s grandmother the Queen, who, as the sovereign, holds the title of ‘Defender of the Faith and Supreme Governor of the Church of England.’”

This also happened back in 2011 when Kate Middleton was confirmed before her marriage to Prince William.

Be sure to check back as we will be on the lookout for more updates.

[Harper’s Bazaar]


Photo courtesy of Kensington Palace’s Twitter account

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