Meghan Markle Baptized in Private Ceremony With Prince Harry and Charles

Meghan Markle Baptized in Private Ceremony With Prince Harry and Charles

She's consistently proven to be the most outspoken, going-against-tradition type this generation of the royal family has seen. It is believed the 36-year-old had "two sponsors, the equivalent of godparents" present for the service as well.

Meghan Markle has made a schoolgirl's "dream come true" after she shared a special moment with a budding 10-year-old actress during an official engagement in Birmingham.

Ms Markle has been hugging well-wishers throughout her tour of the United Kingdom with Harry which has taken her to Edinburgh, Nottingham, Cardiff and Brixton in south London.

"He said, 'You need to be confident and you can achieve whatever you want to achieve", Sophie told The Sun about her encounter with Prince Harry.

"Meghan told me that I can achieve whatever I want to achieve and Meghan said she would like to see me on TV when I become an actress", Sophia told reporters.

Meghan said: "I love being here to see this on International Women's Day".

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This is not the first time that Markle has broken traditional protocol and hugged a member of the public.

Catherine wore a Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen gown for her wedding day, while Princess Diana chose a frothy, silk taffeta 80s design by David and Elizabeth Emanuel.

Meghan was speaking to Tasneem Chihani, 14, who picked Dr Anne-Marie Imafidon, the founder of the social enterprise "Stemettes", as her inspiring woman.

Prince Harry looks introduced Meghan Markle to Sophia Richards, an aspiring actress. "We're a fantastic team, we know we are, and we hope to over time try and have as much impact for all of the things that we care about".

Markle's baptism was followed by a confirmation ceremony, which now allows her to take Holy Communion, Hello magazine reports. Later on, the couple joined one of the Royal Foundation's pet projects, Coach Core, which provides coaching sessions in Birmingham, teaching people between the ages of 16 and 24 everything from boxing to basketball.

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