Meghan Markle, 36, is the LA-born actress who will marry Prince Harry, 33, in a few months time.
As a member of the Royal Family, will Meghan be given all the trappings of royalty that Kate Middleton has enjoyed?iPhone transfer software
The last American to become a member of the royals, Wallis Simpson, was denied the title HRH and was instead known as 'her grace'. Will the same be the case for Meghan?
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The stunning Suits star has been embracing her new life, moving to Kensington Palace and joining Prince Harry on official visits to Edinburgh, Cardiff, Belfast, London, Nottingham and Birmingham.
She joined the Royal Family, including the Queen, 91, and Prince Philip, for Christmas last year and an insider revealed to Express.co.uk how Meghan won over Prince Philip, 96.
When she marries the fifth-in-line to the throne she will be a fully paid up member of the British royal family, but will she even be British?
Royal watchers have questioned whether Meghan Markle will have UK citizenship, still be American, or have dual citizenship.
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Royal expert Kelly Lynch and managing editor of Daily Break told Express.co.uk: “I do believe that Meghan will be entitled to retain her US passport and apply for dual citizenship.”
Harry’s communications secretary has spoken about Meghan’s immigration status,