Pippa Middleton, Meghan Markle

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Here comes the bride Meghan Markle!

Now that The Suits actress has secured a coveted invite to Pippa Middleton's upcoming wedding to James Matthews, one question remains: How is she preparing for the big day?! Well, despite the obvious pressure that comes with attending such a major event, it appears as if Meghan is handling the next step in her relationship with Prince Harry with stride. 

A source close to the brunette beauty tells E! News she's already had not one, but two, separate fittings in Toronto for her ensemble. No word yet on what color hue Markle has decided on, but our insider shares her look will include a hat for the formal ceremony portion of the festivities. 

Which brings us to yet another wildly discussed topic: What portions of Pippa and James' nuptials will Meghan attend? 

As E! News previously reported, the couple will exchange vows on Saturday, May 20 at St Mark's Church in Englefield, Berkshire, close to sister Kate Middleton's hometown, Bucklebury. Guests will then reportedly gather for a reception at the 18-acre Georgian Grade II-listed manor home of Pippa and Kate's parents, Carole Middleton and Michael Middleton.

And much like Kate and Prince William's 2011 wedding extravaganza, the celebration will continue with an after-party that evening, usually reserved for the newlyweds' closest family and friends.

We're told Meghan will attend all three different events with Prince Harry, who confirmed his relationship with the actress last November.

And to make the most of her trip across the pond, our source reveals Meghan is set to touch down in London four days before the event around May 16. This, of course, is to ensure the Toronto-based star can enjoy plenty of alone time with Harry. 

Let the countdown begin!

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