Meghan Markle voted most relatable female royal

Meghan Markle voted most relatable female royal

Meghan Markle, the intended of Britain's Prince Harry, gathered with friends to celebrate her upcoming nuptials, but her mom and her future sister-in-law were unable to attend, according to British tabloids.

Markle quit the popular U.S. show last year to pursue a life as Prince Harry's wife when they marry at Windsor Castle on May 19 this year. The Sunday Times reports that her baptism and confirmation will be held at Kensington Palace by Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury. But now that title has been given to Meghan instead. News, the soon-to-be royal enjoyed a bridal shower that was thrown for her over the weekend. The study is based on the Golden Ratio, which is a mathematical equation that was devised by the Ancient Greeks in order to measure beauty.

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Paul Burrell claims Princess Diana speaks to him from beyond the grave. As for Markle's mother, she just couldn't get across the pond quick enough from her home in LA to attend her daughter's bachelorette party. Her parents, Doria Radlan and Thomas Markle, and Meghan's husband-to-be will all be on hand when she joins the Church of England.

"She has an nearly perfectly shaped nose with a 98.5% score, her eye position is exactly right and her gorgeous V-shaped chin is far more classically lovely than Kate's".

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"Kate was marked down for having a weaker chin and jawline than Meghan".

"Meghan is just a normal, everyday person who's gotten to live a fairytale - not because she chased that or made it, it just came true for her". It's no wonder that Kate Middleton is now working harder than ever before. "We want to thank her for her undeniable passion and dedication to Suits, and we wish her the very best".

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