Meghan Markle, True Bridechilla, Skipped *This* Major Pre-Wedding Task

Lewis Collier
September 16, 2018

Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex and actress is known for her simple and elegant beauty. A new documentary about Her Majesty the Queen will be aired later this month, and one particular scene that will be very exciting to watch is the moment the Duchess of Sussex is reunited with her Givenchy wedding dress.

In an interview with Vogue, published yesterday, Martin reflected on the royal wedding and revealed that Markle, not surprisingly, was a major bridechilla-so much so that she skipped a major part of her pre-wedding checklist: her makeup trial.

Daniel said: "She's gotten more comfortable doing her own make-up". She loves make-up and she's good at it.

It's only natural for most people to feel a tad nervous when meeting the Queen, but it seems even those close to her sometimes get the jitters.

The make-up artist first started with the 37-year-old back in her Suits days and discussed how her look has changed ever since. Spotted her - as did many of us'.

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"But it's still her".

"She is still going to be seeing and speaking to her most trusted friends just as before", she said, adding that she is "getting used to a more discreet social life".

One of the reasons why Meghan is getting so much attention for her wardrobe is because she's wearing outfits that fit her frame nearly perfectly, according to one former fashion director named Hilary Alexander.

In particular, since she's been betrayed so consistently by her father Thomas Sr, half brother Thomas Jr and half sister Samantha Grant, she feels she can only trust her mother Doria Ragland, who is spending an increasing amount of time in London to support her daughter.

"She likes to talk and she's not a fussy person, so she doesn't want to have to worry about anything".

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