With the date for the next royal wedding set, here’s what you need to know about Meghan Markle.

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Food lover

Meghan loves to cook and has a particular liking for hot sauce, which she uses to give her food an added kick.

Nicknames

Her mother gave Meghan the nickname Flower, but she also goes by Meg, Nutmeg and M&M. Technically speaking, Meghan is also a nickname as Prince Harry’s fiancée is actually called Rachel.

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Harry over William

Before she had even met Prince Harry, Meghan was asked to choose which prince she preferred in a quick-fire interview. After initially saying she didn’t know, she eventually settled on Harry.

Freelance Calligrapher

Before she got her big break on Suits, Meghan put her beautiful handwriting to good use by creating Robin Thicke and Paula Patton’s wedding invitations. She also worked for Dolce and Gabbana.

Her love of travel

he one thing she can’t be without is her passport due to travelling playing such a big part in her life. However, hiring Welsh Coast Campervans such as those found at the Welsh coast camper vans site might be more practical for her local holidays since joining Harry in London.

Spanish speaker

After graduating, Meghan began working at the US Embassy in Buenos Aires, where she managed to pick up the Spanish language.

Passionate about voting

Meghan has previously talked about how important voting is to her and how she thought of her grandparents, who didn’t have the right to vote. She has also labelled current President Donald Trump as misogynistic whilst calling on people to register their vote.

She loves her dogs

Just like the Queen, Meghan is a big dog lover. Her rescue dogs, Guy and Bogart, are believed to mean the world to her.

Celebrity hairdresser

Stylist Michael Silva has keep Meghan’s hair in check since 2015 and is also in charge of Kim Kardashian West and her family’s locks.

Favourite app

Meghan has stated that her favourite phone app is the game Heads Up, in which the player must hold the phone to their head whilst their friends try to act out the name shown. Apparently, the paper version of the game, called Who am I?, is a favourite with the Queen. We know what they’ll be playing at family get-togethers.