Meghan Markle Isn't Having a Traditional Bachelorette Party
Considering she's marrying into the British royal family, it makes sense there are some rules Meghan Markle has to follow when it comes to planning her wedding and the other festivities that will surround it. One of those that's pretty obvious and understandable? She definitely won't be having a crazy American bachelorette party. Can you imagine? Obviously, the royal family is not on board with that.
A source close to Markle and Harry spilled some of the details to Us Weekly ahead of wedding events really kicking off, as Markle is still working hard to plan things like her bachelorette party.
"Meghan will be having a party but won’t be calling it her ‘bachelorette,'" the insider dished. "Think low-key, think somewhere out of London, good food and drink, a little music. It won’t be wild."
Apparently, Markle's party won't just be for her girlfriends — men will be welcome at the celebration, but we don't know whether that means Harry and his friends will attend or if he'll have a separate stag party, like tradition dictates. Ahead of tying the knot with Harry on May 19 in Windsor Castle’s St. George’s Chapel, Markle just "wants [her bachelorette party] to be a celebration of friendship and love," the source revealed.
"Expect to see the usual faces," the insider continued, "with [her] best friends Markus Anderson, Lindsay Jill Roth and Jessica Mulroney taking top seats at the table."
It sounds like it'll be a perfect way for Markle to get into the spirit of love and celebration before her big day. And as for the royal wedding itself? We can't wait to see how she'll add her personal touches to the planning.