Meghan Markle, who was raised Protestant, will purportedly be absolved in the Church of England before her wedding to Prince Harry.
The royal to-be, 36, will be joined at the sanctification by mother Doria Ragland and father Thomas Markle not long from now at Kensington Palace, as per the British outlet. This will supposedly check the first run through Markle’s father will meet his future child in-law as his girl is affirmed as an Anglican.
The traditional ceremony will be performed by Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, who will also officiate the royal wedding on May 19 at St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle.
Markle is reportedly converting out of respect for Queen Elizabeth II, with whom she’ll make her first appearance on March 12 at Commonwealth Day at London’s Westminster Abbey.
The Suits star’s parents released a joint statement in November 2017 after the news of the royal engagement broke. “We are incredibly happy for Meghan and Harry. Our daughter has always been a kind and loving person. To see her union with Harry, who shares the same qualities, is a source of great joy for us as parents,” they said at the time. “We wish them a lifetime of happiness,” they added, “and are very excited for their future together.”