Watch Meghan Markle curtsy to the Queen for the first time in public. Prince Harryai??i??s fiancAi??e attended church with the royals.
Earlier in the day, those who stayed over at Sandringham will have enjoyed a full English breakfast Photo (C) GETTY IMAGES
Prince Harryai??i??s fiancAi??e, Meghan Markle, has clearly mastered the art of the royal curtsy. The former Suits actress has clearly been practicing and on Christmas Day, after attending church at Sandringham with the royal family, she finally debuted the perfect curtsy when she greeted the Queen outside the church of St. Mary Magdalene. Future sister-in-law Kate, also curtseyed to the Queen while Princes William and Harry bowed their heads in respect.
Kate, who is expecting her third child with William, was also dressed to the nines in a A?2,655 Miu Miu velvet-trimmed double-breasted tartan wool-blend pea coat Photo (C) GETTY
All eyes were on the American actress on Monday as she made her debut appearance at the royalai??i??s traditional Christmas Day church service at Sandringham, looking as stylish as ever in a camel coat by Sentaler as she stepped out with Prince Harry. The Suits actress completed her festive ensemble with a brown hat, matching brown boots and a Chloe ai???Pixieai??i?? bag, while her brunette hair was styled to perfection. Meghan officially joined the royal family last Wednesday, when she attended the Queenai??i??s Christmas lunch at Buckingham Palace.
Royal watchers looked delighted to catch a glimpse of Meghan, who will join the Royal Family when she marries Prince Harry in May next year
Kate, who is expecting her third child with William, was also dressed to the nines in a A?2,655 Miu Miu velvet-trimmed double-breasted tartan wool-blend pea coat which was accessorized with black shoes and a matching black hat. The 35-year-old looked glowing as she walked to the church, with her long, brunette hair styled in her trademark loose waves, while a nude lipstick completed her look.
Meghan paired a striking brown beret with a beige coat which she tied up at the front to keep warm in the chilly Christmas Day temperatures
Earlier in the day, those who stayed over at Sandringham will have enjoyed a full English breakfast, and will have woken to find stockings filled with small gifts and fruit at the foot of their beds. After the service, the royal family will carry out a small, informal walkabout to greet members of the public. This will be followed by a sit-down lunch of roast turkey and all the trimmings at Sandringham House. A walk around the estate follows, before they gather around to watch the Queenai??i??s Christmas speech at 3pm.
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge full name Catherine Elizabeth Kate Middleton was conceived on 9 January 1982 and is the spouse of Prince William, Duke of Cambridge. Following his dad Charles, Prince of Wales, William is second in line to succeed his grandma, Queen Elizabeth II, as ruler of the United Kingdom and 15 other Commonwealth domains, making Catherine a feasible future ruler partner.
Catherine experienced childhood in Chapel Row, a town close Newbury, Berkshire, England. She contemplated workmanship history in Scotland at the University of St Andrews, where she met William in 2001. Their engagement was reported in November 2010 preceding they wedded on 29 April 2011 at Westminster Abbey. The Duke and Duchess’ kids, Prince George and Princess Charlotte of Cambridge, are third and fourth in the line of progression separately, and the couple are expecting their third tyke.
Catherine’s effect on British and American mold has been known as the “Kate Middleton impact” in the media, and in 2012 and 2013, she was chosen as one of the “100 Most Influential People in the World” by Time magazine.
In 2001, Middleton met Prince William while they were the two understudies in habitation at St Salvator’s Hall at the University of St Andrews. The couple started dating in 2003, despite the fact that their relationship stayed unsubstantiated. On 17 October 2005, Middleton whined through her legal counselor about provocation from the media, expressing that she had done nothing critical to warrant attention.