Meghan Markle Is Already Being Treated Like One of the Royal Family

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The palace is making her feel right at home! Apparently, the guards at Kensington Palace have been instructed to treat Meghan Markle "like everyone else who lives there." Most visitors undergo a thorough security check, but it seems like Meg is practically part of the family already.


Dozens of royals call the palace home, including Prince William and Kate Middleton, and of course Meghan's beau, Prince Harry. As such, the ginger royal has asked the guards to make sure she's "waved right through," according to Us Weekly.

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Seems like a pretty big step -- almost like they're already living together. Which may be the case anyway, since she's based in Toronto to film Suits, and he calls London home. Just last week he was caught sneaking into her home in Canada in the dark of night.

Apparently, the 35-year-old beauty already has direct access to palace aides, who have been helping her in her royal transformation. According to an insider, Harry's private secretary, Edward Lane Fox, and communications secretary, Jason Knauf, are available to answer all of Meg's questions.

"There have been many times where Meghan's been unsure of protocol," the source explained to Us Weekly, "and having access to Harry's aides has been a godsend."

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Prince William and Kate Middleton have also reportedly been happy to help Meghan feel right at home with the rest of the family. Kate's apparently even given her tips on how to handle life in the spotlight after a relatively obscure background. 

Harry seems totally smitten with Meghan, and even though they've only been dating less than a year, all signs seem to point to an engagement sooner rather than later. After all, he's already making sure she feels at home at Kensington Palace ... how long will it be before it's official?

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