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On International Women's Day, Meghan Markle Proves Some Heroes Wear J. Crew

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Cary Erickson | 08 March, 2018, 23:25

Such is the case of one IRL Wonder Woman, Meghan Markle, who stepped out with Prince Harry in Birmingham, England to celebrate International Women's Day.

According to Richard Kay, the "Suits" star's baptism's was a closely-guarded secret with only a handful of royal aides involved.

62-year-old Archbishop, Justin Welby, led the service.

After her baptism, she received confirmation which will allow her to get Holy Communion with her future husband.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were in Birmingham to meet the local community and learn about the projects available for young people.

However, she attended the Roman Catholic high school in Los Angeles.

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Prince Harry has the ideal way to inspire the young women of Great Britain - show off his bride-to-be, Meghan Markle.

However the Queen and Prince William were absent from proceedings.

The actress and activist, who was previously married to producer Trevor Engelson for two years from 2011, is set to become the first American to marry into the royal family since Wallis Simpson married the Duke of Windsor. / AFP PHOTO / POOL / Chris JacksonCHRIS JACKSON/AFP/Getty Images Meghan Markle and her mother Doria Radlan watch the closing ceremonies for the Invictus Games in Toronto, Ontario, September 30, 2017.

The Chapel Royal at St James's Palace was the setting for Prince George's christening, and was the location of where Princess Diana's body lay before her funeral. So, given her track record of advocating for women's empowerment, it brings up the question of whether she'll follow in the footsteps of her female royal predecessors and choose to omit "obey" from her wedding vows.

The Mail said Harry's father, heir-to-the-throne Prince Charles and his wife Camilla were present but Queen Elizabeth, the titular head of the Church of England, was not.

The news comes just a few days after Kensington Palace announced that Meghan and Harry would be inviting over 2,000 members of the public to their wedding.

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