"It's a lovely couple, and it's great to see they found love and I just feel like it's going to grow because there's a generation who are going to discover the royal family in a slightly different way - I think this is a really good time for Meghan and for Harry".
"I think she'll bolt", she said.
"You have got someone who is going to absolutely stun us with whatever dress she chooses and also as the first American princess, it will be a unique wedding - no-one will upstage her".
The royal expert said that unlike Kate and William, who had to invite members of states and politicians, Harry and Meghan have more freedom to choose who they want in the chapel's intimate setting.
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The 79-year-old also cautioned that the novelty of life in the Royal family would fade fast - describing the Windsors as ludicrous, fearfully controlling and frightfully boring.
Chicago Police had been discharged to assure Markle was shielded however she was not escorted. "I think it's a hopeless system", the author, herself a divorcee, said. "Windsor is getting ready to welcome the world to The Royal Wedding on May 19th with bunting, large screens and refreshments across the town".
The host asked the guest, how goes the work on the dress, assuming that Beckham, the British designer had the honor to wear a darling Prince.
We will remind, in February, the media actively discussed the possibility of reunification of the Spice Girls at the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. "It was a complete surprise", said Ginday, adding that she was "over the moon", Reuters reported.