It seems that Meghan will be going into hiding after her appearance at the Anzac Day service on Wednesday until her wedding with Prince Harry on May 19th in order to have enough time to prepare for the big event.
The countdown to the next big royal event has begun, with only less than a month to go, it is understandable that the American will want to spend most of her time left to make sure everything is perfect for her special day at Windsor.
Kensington Palace has released a statement in which they stated that Meghan will have no royal events planned until her big day in May with Prince Harry.
The royal-to-be has already been busy with royal business as she has spent 16 days in royal events with her future husband since they announced their engagement back on November 27.
Meghan has personally contacted cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason and asked him to perform at the wedding.
Former Britain’s Got Talent contestant took to Twitter and expressed his excitement to perform.
He wrote: “I’m so excited and honored to perform at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding.
“I was bowled over when Ms. Markle called me to ask if I would play during the ceremony, and of course I immediately said yes!!!
“What a privilege. I can’t wait!”
Kensington Palace confirmed the smitten pair have chosen their own music for the big day on social media.
A tweet said: “Both Prince Harry and Ms. Markle have taken a great deal of interest and care in choosing the music for their Service, which will include a number of well-known hymns and choral works.”
On Wednesday, she was busy attending the Anzac Day service at the New Zealand and Australian war memorials, located beside Arch at Hyde Park Corner in London. She also managed to look stunning, in a long grey coat and wide-brimmed black hat.
It came on the day the two countries commemorated their serving military, war dead, and veterans on the 103rd anniversary of the ill-fated Gallipoli campaign.
The soon-to-be-wed couple seemed as if they were about to cry as they paid tribute at the New Zealand War Memorial.
Prince William also took a break from his father duties, especially now with three kids, to join Harry and his future sister-in-law for the final event commemorating Anzac Day in London.
As he was meeting and greeting lots of people in a line-up at the door of Westminster Abbey, the now father of three dropped a hint at the name of the newest addition to the royal family.
The Duke could be heard joking with one individual that his new son has a “strong name”.