Meghan Markle isn’t the stereotypical soon-to-be princess.
The 36-year-old also isn’t the most conventional choice of woman to marry into the British Royal Family.
She is a divorcee, which was almost unheard of in the royal family, at least until Prince Charles wed Camilla Parker Bowles. He then miraculously remained in line for the throne.
Meghan also breaks royal protocol for her young fans, and has reportedly chosen nontraditional wedding gown designers in the form of Australian duo Ralph & Russo.
But come May 19, which is less than two months away (not that we’re counting), the former Suits actress will marry Prince Harry. With that, comes one simple question that has a complex answer.
What will Meghan’s official royal title be once she and Prince Harry are wed?
Once married to Harry, Meghan will adopt her husband’s name and title, thus becoming Her Royal Highness Princess Henry of Wales.
What. A. Mouthful.
She will be called Princess Henry, as Harry’s actual name is Henry Charles Albert David. However, he is familiarly and popularly known by his nickname, Harry.