She’s marrying the grandson of the head of the Church of England, which perhaps explains why it has been decided that Meghan Markle will be christened and confirmed before marrying Prince Harry in May.
And now it’s been revealed what will go down during the two religious ceremonies.
For her christening, she can either be immersed in a pool of water or have water poured over her head at the font, with Hello! magazine reporting that Meghan’s more likely to choose the second option.
Kate underwent a similar confirmation before marrying Prince William in April 2011, with her husband-to-be and family present.
And according to the magazine, Meghan’s will be equally private.
The American actress – who is a divorcee – was brought up as a Christian, a member of the Protestant faith who went to a Catholic high school.
The 36-year-old’s mum Doria Ragland is Protestant while her dad, Thomas Markle, is Episcopalian.
A person wishing to marry in a church is not required to be christened or confirmed but will usually have a link to that church in some way.
In the case of St George’s Chapel – where they are set to tie the knot – this is where Harry was christened.
The decision for Meghan to be baptised and confirmed before the wedding will be seen as a nod to the Queen’s strong faith and traditions within the monarchy.
Shortly before her wedding in April 2011, the Duchess of Cambridge was confirmed.
Kate’s husband the Duke of Cambridge, as a future king, will one day be Supreme Governor of the Church of England.
Both baptism and confirmation are important parts of the “journey of faith”, according to the church’s website.
While many people brought up in the faith are baptised as children, adults can undergo the religious ceremony too.
“You are never too old to take this step, and being baptised as an adult is a wonderful experience,” the church’s website states.
During the ceremony water is usually either poured on the person’s head at the font or they may be fully immersed in a special pool within the church.
The service of confirmation can only take place if a person has been baptised, and is about confirming the promises about their faith that were made at the baptism.
Meghan could be baptised and confirmed in the same ceremony.