What Meghan Markle's bachelorette party will be like


What Meghan Markle’s bachelorette party will be like

Bucking tradition again!

By Jessica Chandra  January 20th, 2018

There are exactly four months to go until Meghan Markle and Prince Harry get married. Four months! We can only imagine everything the engaged couple still needs to do before Markle walks down the aisle at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle, but being part of the royal family and having your nuptials dubbed as the wedding of the year probably helps on the organisational side of things.

While there are many elements of Markle and Prince Harry’s wedding that will be anything but normal—and there’s already a running list of all the ways their wedding with break royal rules’—they’ll still get to do some of the things us regular folk get to do, like have one last hurrah as a single person.

But what, exactly, will these wild nights entail? For Markle’s bachlorette party, it seems like it… won’t be wild at all.

“Meghan will be having a party but won’t be calling it her ‘bachelorette,'” a source told Us Weekly. “Think low-key, think somewhere out of London, good food and drink, a little music. It won’t be wild.”

Unlike a traditional hen’s night, which usually involves the bride-to-be going out with female friends, Markle’s guests will be men and women. “Expect to see the usual faces with [her] best friends Markus Anderson, Lindsay Jill Roth and Jessica Mulroney taking top seats at the table.” We can probably assume that fashion designer Misha Nonoo, who reportedly introduced the former Suits actress and Prince Harry in London in July 2016, will also be there, but Markle’s future sister-in-law, Kate Middleton, may have to skip out on the celebration because she’ll be heavily pregnant.

Unfortunately, since Markle has closed her social media accounts, we won’t be able to see any candid shots from the night, but we’re sure we’ll see much more of Markle as she continues to make public appearances with her fiancé ahead of their big day.

From: Elle Australia