A royal wedding is always an over-the-top, super extravagant affair, but that doesn't mean the engagement party has to be!
Meghan Markle's closest friends are thrilled by the idea of their bestie tying the knot with Prince Harry, 33, and they're already planning the perfect engagement celebration for the soon-to-be Duchess.
According to a new report by Life & Style, her nearest and dearest mates are organising a low-key English tea party which will be held in LA once she announces her engagement.
"It will be an exclusive soiree, with just five or six of her closest friends invited," an insider tells the publication.
Who doesn't love a themed party?
The pals are going all out and plan to serve English tea, cucumber sandwiches, scones, and the 36-year-old's favorite treat, lemon tarts.
Six friends may sound like a super understated bash for one of the most highly-anticipated weddings ever, but the Suits star wouldn't have it any other way.
"Meghan loves the idea of a sophisticated English tea party," said the source.
"She isn't the kind of girl who wants a crazy Las Vegas-style affair. [She] is still as down-to-earth now as she was growing up."
We're willing to bet that her pal Priyanka Chopra will be one of the lucky invitees.
It might still be a while before the friends can actually set the plan in motion, since Meghan and Harry decided to push back their happy announcement so as not to take away from Kate Middleton and Prince William's exciting baby news.
Meanwhile as wedding chatter intensifies, many are wondering what exactly Meghan's title will be.
Royal historian Marlene Koenig told Royal Central that in the UK, a wife automatically takes on her husband's title — but Meghan would not become Princess Meghan.
Instead, she would be HRH Princess Henry of Wales, which doesn't exactly roll off the tongue (and might not fit on the Suits credits...)
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Princess, after all, is a title reserved for those born into the British monarchy, so while Princesses Charlotte, Eugenie, and Beatrice have it, Kate does not.
Similarly, "Princess Diana" was never really an official title (she was actually Diana, Princess of Wales).
It is much more likely that Harry will receive a peerage upon his marriage.
"Most likely, he will be created a Duke. Sussex is available so [Meghan] would be HRH the Duchess of Sussex," Koenig explained.
"Her rank would be a princess by marriage of the United Kingdom, Great Britain, and Northern Ireland."