Published: Wed, September 19, 2018
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

New doccie shows rare behind-the-scenes glimpse from Meghan's royal wedding

New doccie shows rare behind-the-scenes glimpse from Meghan's royal wedding

But she pointed out that Sally had predicted the couple would make a "special effort" for Harry to meet Meghan's father, Thomas Markle, something which does not appear to have transpired.

Starting next month, Prince Harry and Meghan will embark on their first royal tour - which will see the newlyweds leaving on October 16 and returning at the beginning of November - meaning they will miss the Duke of Cornwall's 70th birthday festivities.

The photo was placed in front of other family photos, with many royalists at the time suggesting she was playing favourites.

"Fifty-three countries, oh my goodness", Meghan said, per PEOPLE.

Prince Harry, 34, admitted that he tries "not to panic"- and he's not the only royal that feels that way.

The documentary will be the first time we see Meghan being interviewed since getting married.

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The footage finds Markle wearing the navy blue Roland Mouret dress she was photographed in while arriving at the Cliveden House Hotel with her mom, Doria Ragland, the night before her May nuptials, indicating that the Duchess of Sussex only saw the fully finished product hours before she and Harry tied the knot. "It'll keep us busy".

One snippet in the short trailer for Queen of the World shows Meghan Markle admiring her Givenchy wedding gown she wore to the ceremony, whilst discussing the sheer amount of nations that are a part of the Commonwealth.

ITV has been given access to the royal family for a film about the Commonwealth and their role in it.

We're not too sure about that but we do know we'll definitely be watching the documentary, which airs at 9.15pm on ITV 1 next Tuesday.

There's no word yet on when Australian or American audiences will get to see the documentary.

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