Meghan Markle makes first public outing with the Queen at Westminster Abbey

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Meghan Markle is bringing a "modern approach" to the royal family.

With the royal wedding approaching soon (May 19, mark your calendars!), Meghan Markle has been accompanying her fiancé, Prince Harry for all the Royal events.

The American actress' comments came when she met pupils from across Britain after her first Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey. This subtle fashion homage didn't go unnoticed by eagle-eyed fans of the future royal, according to Time.

Her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, who retired from public duties previous year, did not attend the service.

During their engagement interview, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle spoke of the Commonwealth and their plans to working with its youth.

"Some of the royals aren't happy about the idea, so they suggested that William do it".

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A source told the Daily Star: "The royals understand why Meghan might prefer to have her mother, but it's not exactly traditional to have a woman walk a bride down the aisle".

"The duchess has already gone through the transformation that Meghan is now undergoing", Meier said. L-R: Laura Mitchell as Duchess Kate, Preston Karwat as Prince George, Briella Wintraub as Princess Charlotte and Burgess Abernathy as Prince William.

In her customary Commonwealth Day message, the 91-year-old monarch said she looked forward to welcoming world leaders to the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM), to be attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi next month, at her "homes in London and Windsor".

He explained: "She's got her own way of doing things". Bonnie Soper as Princess Diana.

"Meghan's a hugger, just like William and Harry's mom", he said.

"She's also anxious about how he would handle it as he's become even more of a recluse". "In fact, it may help make the monarchy appeal to a new and younger audience as we move further into the 21st century".