With her wedding fast approaching, details of all the parties before the nuptials have begun to spring up.
The 36-year-old American actress, best known for her role in Suits, is set to marry 33-year-old Prince Harry at St. George's Chapel on May 19, 2018.
Ahead of the big day, suspicions about what type of bachlorette party Meghan Markle will be having have surfaced.
It's no secret that Meghan and Harry have been calling the shots when it comes to planning their royal wedding.
"With the wedding, they both want to do things their way,"� the source adds. "While they will always be mindful of traditions, the day is ultimately about them and what they want to do."�
Leaving her single life behind, Meghan's bachlorette party is said to be low-key. It's even expected that she will have both male and female attendees.
A royal family insider told US Weekly that, "Meghan will be having a party but won't be calling it her 'bachelorette'".
Instead of it being a farewell party to single life, "It won't be wild," the insider said. Meghan "wants [her bachelorette party] to be a celebration of friendship and love."�
As for the actual event, "Think low-key, think somewhere out of London, good food and drink, a little music," the insider indicated.
So who can we expect to attend?
"Expect to see the usual faces," the insider said. "Her best friends Markus Anderson, Lindsay Jill Roth and Jessica Mulroney will be taking top seats at the table."
Anderson, who works for a private members's club, Soho House was rumored to have set the pair up on a blind date in 2016.
Roth is a television producer and author, while Mulroney is a fashion stylist.
As for creating a bridal registry for those who want to send the happy couple gifts:
"Meghan and Prince Harry won't have a bridal registry, as they want to encourage friends, family and well-wishers to donate anonymously to a charity gift fund."