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Dressmaking, Nails and Red Wine: How Meghan Markle Prepares for the Royal Wedding



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Since the royal wedding is only nine days away and no official commitments are on the calendar, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle is ticking the finishing touches before saying "yes."

Meghan celebrating the wedding to her best friend, the Canadian stylist, Jessica Mulroney is "high up" according to a friend, and looks forward to welcoming her parents to the UK next week. "Meghan can not wait to see them and show them their new home, there will be no rehearsal, instead Meg has planned a series of inconspicuous events for her parents so they can meet their new friends," a source said.

As reported by Vanity Fair last week, there will be a private family meeting so that Harry's family, including his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, can meet Meghan's parents, Thomas Markle and Doria Ragland. Their parents spend a short time in London before heading to Windsor, where a dress rehearsal will take place before the big day. While the palace has not yet confirmed where Markle and Ragland will stay, a royal source said that Queen Meghan and her family offered Frogmore House for the duration of their stay in Windsor.

Meanwhile, Meghan has diligently zoomed in on the capital making last minute jobs before the wedding. Her schedule is managed by Harry's senior communications officer, Amy Pickerill, while the actress has an army of professionals on hand to prepare for May 19th. According to sources, she has her last dress fitting and should be overjoyed with her tailored wedding dress. (Bookmakers stopped betting on the designer of the dress at the end of March, photos of Harry were released last week leaving Ralph & Russo.)

It is estimated that Harry and his family will pay for the dress £ 100,000 and should be decorated with hand-sewn beads. Meghan is also said to have booked the services of the famous stylist Miguel Perez known for "springy curls" to make their wedding day. Although The Mail on Sunday recently quoted Perez as saying that he and Meghan have "a wedding day plan," Perez has meanwhile gone on Instagram to say he does not do Meghan's hair and "does not Once Meghan has met. "

Meghan has agreed to see her trusted facsimile Nichola Joss, whose signature facial includes massaging herself in the mouth to lift and model the muscle. Her manicurist was booked to come to Kensington Palace next week to make sure her nails look perfect for this important close-up as she and Harry change rings. And Meghan has trained and trained regularly at Kensington Palace and Heartcore Pilates, along with her friend, Instructor Heather Dorak, to fight her nerves before the wedding. "Meghan has been doing regular exercise to relieve stress," says a source. "She jogs through the park almost every day and starts each morning with yoga and a meditation."

While she and Harry both practically stop drinking as part of their healthy pre-wedding regime (Harry has also quit smoking for Meghan), the actress is invited to a glass of red wine in the evening to help her.

It is also an exciting day for the little Jasper George Galloway Dyer who was asked to be a side boy on the big day. The 5-year-old son of Prince Harry's closest friend, Mark Dyer, is rumored to have been one of Prince Harry's Gossensohns and will join Prince George who will presumably also appear as one the side boys of the couple. While Kensington Palace has not announced the details of the bridal party, the dyers have excitedly told friends that their son Jasper will have a lead role on May 19.

Dyer is a former equerry Prince Charles who became a mentor to Prince Harry in the years following Princess Diana's death. It was Dyer who suggested to Harry that he travel to Lesotho in his gap year, and since then they have been closely connected.

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Fullscreen Photos: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle: A Guide to Their Public Signs of Affection
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The Whisper. Pictured here at the Invictus Games, Harry has a secret only for one person. (Meghan Markle is this one person if she was not overly clear in the photo.)

Photo: Karwai Tang / WireImage.

  __ The Fast Puck .__ Still pre-engagement at this point, these two look like college students at a late-night frat party (um, in the most glamorous sense).

The Quick Peck. At this time, they are still pre-committed and look like college students at a late-night frat party (um, in the most glamorous sense).

Photo: Karwai Tang / WireImage

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The double hand gesture. For her official engagement announcement, Markle clutched Harry with both hands just so that her ring was fully displayed.

Photo: By Karwai Tang / WireImage

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The Elastic Hand Posture. No obstacle – no poles, metaphorical or literal – will get in the way of their love.

Photo: Jane Barlow / AFP / Getty Images

  __ The Bag Raise .__ Here, Markle and Harry demonstrate how to take care of business (fix hair, check blazer pocket, easily carry a purse) while, yes, Holding hands.

The Bag Raise. Here, Markle and Harry demonstrate how to do business (fix hair, check blazer pocket, easily carry a purse) while, yes, holding hands.

Photo: Left, by Karwai Tang / WireImage; Right, by Samir Hussein / WireImage.

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The Shoulder Pat Perhaps Harry understands how difficult it is to have short conversations with many followers, and lovingly asks how his fiancée is doing

Photo: Chris Jackson / Getty Images

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Let the others shine. Sometimes the focus will be on just one, and both instinctively know when to drop attention to the other – as Harry does here.

By Chris Jackson / Getty Images

The Whisper. Pictured here at the Invictus Games, Harry has a secret only for one person. (Meghan Markle is this one person if she was not overly explicit in the photo.)

By Karwai Tang / WireImage.

The fast peck. They are not finished yet and they look like college students at a late-night frat party (er, in the most glamorous sense).

By Karwai Tang / WireImage.

The double hand position. For her official engagement announcement, Markle clutched Harry with both hands, only so for her ring to be in full display.

By Karwai Tang / WireImage.

The elastic hand position. No obstacle – no poles, metaphorical or literal – will get in the way of their love.

By Jane Barlow / AFP / Getty Images.

The body language mimics. You're crouching, I'm squatting.

By Geoff Pugh / WPA Pool / Getty Images.

The Back Pat. In the midst of the circus and turmoil, which is one of those official gigs, they have been hard pressed in every way.

By Max Mumby / Indigo / Getty Images

The Forearm Clutch One of Markle's favorites that involves holding your partner's hand while using your other hand to hold you higher up your arm ,

By Karwai Tang / WireImage.

The bare hand gesture. Harry skillfully finds the hand of his future wife and talks to a patron.

By Samir Hussein / WireImage.

The fast check-in touch. Mid-interview, Markle offers a simple but meaningful gesture.

By Chris Jackson / WPA Pool / Getty Images

Lifting the bag. Here, Markle and Harry demonstrate how to take care of business (fixing hair, checking the blazer bag, easily carrying a handbag) while holding hands.

Links by Karwai Tang / WireImage; Right, by Samir Hussein / WireImage.

The Shoulder Pat. Perhaps Harry understands the challenges of having to have short conversations with the many followers, and looks lovingly to see how his fiancée is doing.

By Chris Jackson / Getty Images

The Let the Other Shine. Sometimes the focus will only be on one of them, and both instinctively know when to drop attention to the other – as Harry does here.

By Chris Jackson / Getty Images. 19659066]
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