Meghan Markle Wore Jeans and a Logo Shirt on a Royal Engagement

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Earlier today, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry visited Bath to watch some of the United Kingdom team trials for the 2018 Invictus Games, set to take place in Sydney in October.

The woman behind Meghan Markle's glamorous look is now rumoured to be the former Suits star's top pick for maid of honour in the upcoming royal wedding.

"There's a foundation I love called the Koh Gen Do Aqua foundation", he said, noting how Markle likes to show her natural freckles.

Harry's previous girlfriends have often struggled under the royal spotlight, royal biographer Andrew Morton said, but Meghan shines under it.

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Not Meghan Markle though, with reports the actress has secretly flown out of the United Kingdom by herself as the country gears up to celebrate her big day with Prince Harry. And Markle added, "That means a lot to me". "She is very open considering how much pressure she is under". They then went inside to see the sitting volleyball trials. "It's great that she's here and so supportive".

The father-of-three, who competed a year ago in the sitting volleyball and wheelchair basketball, said that Meghan chatted enthusiastically about the Games and their legacy. In fact, the Games were started b Prince Harry himself in 2014. In 2017, Markle accompanied Harry to the games where the two were snapped watching the wheelchair tennis match and sat together at the closing ceremonies.

The couple may also be visiting Canada during the worldwide tour.

Presumably, he was brushing up on his knowledge of Britain and its history ahead of his daughter's highly-anticipated marriage to Prince Harry.

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