Meghan Markle is becoming the most talked-about royal of all time.
She seemingly broke another royal tradition by wearing head-to-toe black during a public engagement in Cardiff.
And with Prince Harry having been christened in St George's chapel, Meghan will follow in his footsteps and be baptised there.
Shortly after Harry popped the question late past year, the royal's Communications Secretary Jason Knauf confirmed to People that Meghan would be formally baptised into the Church of England before the couple's Saturday, May 19 wedding.
Click through the slideshow above for all the ways Meghan has defied royal custom.
Britain's Prince Harry and USA actress Meghan Markle will marry on May 19 at St George's Chapel in Windsor Castle near London, Kensington Palace announced on Friday.
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Markle, known for her role in the series "Suits", is scheduled to Wednesday prince Harry on May 19 at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle in England. The Archbishop of Canterbury will likely meet with Markle to discuss her past divorce and provide counseling before she marries Prince Harry.
In September 2011, Markle married her longtime boyfriend, producer Trevor Engelson, and celebrated with a Jewish wedding ceremony. The Duchess of Cambridge came fifth with 13 per cent of the vote.
Previously, members of the Royal Family have not been allowed to marry divorcees in church.
The couple will have lord lieutenants in the United Kingdom select 1,200 people to watch the wedding.
"Just like The Queen, there was a gap between her two kids but William and Kate are running out of time, so they better get on with it!"
"We are incredibly happy for Meghan and Harry".
It's believed the cast and crew are a tight-knit bunch but they also would have won favour for keeping her royal romance a secret, which was critical to the couple's long-distance relationship. According to the British editor and journalist, they do not want people who are as outspoken as Markle.