Bride-to-be Meghan Markle admits to pupils she's 'very, very excited'

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The training was created to expose Markle to a realistic situation and teach her how to respond and protect herself, and live ammunition was used in the training to show her how real gunfire sounds, the Express reported.

(Those are pretty great, though).

The Fab Four ― sorry, the other Fab Four ― and accompanying family members attended services at Westminster Abbey to celebrate Commonwealth Day.

"She was saying what a lovely service it had been and her first service at Westminster Abbey", said Holly Hartley, the principal of Thistley Hough Academy in Stoke on Trent.

Including Markle was a public acknowledgment by the Queen that she will soon be joining the fold, The Telegraph reported.

And this was not the first time Meghan has shared an embrace with a member of the public as during her visit to Scotland she hugged a homeless charity volunteer who told her she was "deeply inspired" by her. "As we give thanks for our rich diversity and for our common humanity, let us pray together for peace and unity, and that we may offer one another mutual friendship and support".

In her message to the gathering, Queen Elizabeth praised the value of "exchanging ideas and seeing life from other perspectives".

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The world is watching in anticipation of the royal bash, which is set for May 19 at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle.

Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP/Getty Images Queen Elizabeth II attends the 2018 Commonwealth Day Service.

They were greeted by thousands of people outside the central London Abbey after the service, including hundreds of school children invited by the family and the Prime Minister. Prince Harry is also expected to take a leadership role within the Commonwealth, the magazine added.

Samantha Markle said: "Of course my father wants to speak at the wedding and he will".

Between that and her strong hat game, Markle is basically a royal already.

Markle showed up to the Commonwealth Day Service in a cream-colored coat by British designer Amanda Wakeley ($1,199; and a fashion accessory beloved by another member of the royal family.