Merely a few months away from her royal wedding to Prince Harry, beauty, Meghan Markle still goes on with life as usual but yet is never seen, how does she do it? We have her bag of tricks and more, read all about them...
She probably will stun and pretty much nail it, as Sue Storm, but bride-to-be Meghan Markle is starring as herself and doesn't need a charge of cosmic matter to be invisible, she has good-old-fashion brains, and a knowledge of fashion to see her through this frenzied period of her life.
Prince Harry, 33, and Markle, 36, started dating six months before their official revelation in 2017, and while she says there have been changes and challenges in and around her life since their relationship became public, the actress says she has never let her relationships define her and keeps strong thanks to the support of her man, and family.
The former 'Fringe' star has, however, taken these changes in stride, handling them with the poise that has become her ace. Residing in Kensington Palace, the adorable bride-to-be still goes on about her daily life, and going out in public is not excluded from her daily routine. We (adoring public, fans, and paparazzi) are the ones needing to raise our vigilance, lest the beauty saunters right past us (she may have already) unnoticed.
According to sources inside the royal entourage, Markle and her prince are taking a wholly different approach from Prince William and Kate to keeping themselves lowkey before their big day. They change their cars and use all six available entrances to Kensington Palace. For the actress, personally, she uses different disguises and hats, to stay anonymous.
The pair, however, is not keeping one thing veiled anytime soon, their big kind hearts. Apparently, the very philanthropic duo opted not to take wedding gifts, instead urging invitees and anyone who has a present in mind for the couple, to rather express their well-wishing by making donations via his Royal Foundation charity.
Sources also reveal that the wedding invitation list will be a very curt one, and even certain family members will not make the cut.
While the question of managing public eyes was not the main discussion, the royal couples' recent appearance on a special interview with BBC was still exciting, as the cute love birds talked about how they met and where it all clicked, which in a nutshell, was; blind date, then a tropical getaway in Botswana, and a proposal over a roast chicken meal.
The Prince then intimated how he thinks his late mother and his pretty fiancee would have been real close. He also talked about the triple-diamond ring she got as her engagement ring, with two side diamonds from Princess Diana's own collection, flanking a large centerpiece diamond from Botswana.
The charming couple will leave in Nottingham Cottage, after their wedding, which is set for May 19th.
Based on materials : glamourmagazine.co.uk