The Birmingham Group Championing Girls In STEM That's Won Over Meghan Markle

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Bad news for the Queen, who is officially the least relatable member of the family, with just four per cent confirming they could relate to her.

Almost a third (31%) of those who could relate to Ms Markle said it was because she was an actress in the public eye before her engagement to Harry, while 14% said it was because she was down to earth and 11% because she was a feminist. A more private evening reception will be held later by Harry's father, Prince Charles.

Meghan's new role will see her carry out royal duties with Prince Harry, including charity work and foreign visits.

Like they did for Kate Middleton and Prince William, Lifetime Movie Network intends to recreate Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's love story, from their first date - which was set up by a mutual friend - all the way through to their engagement.

But on the small screen she's been a key part of helping to make Suits a big success and the show gave her her big break.

Apparently, it's Meghan's flawless facial proportions that has given her an edge over the other female royals.

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Referees were alerted with a simple yes-no signal to their watches after multiple camera angles judged if the ball crossed the line.

Women have long lagged behind men in the STEM workforce, leading to Dr Anne-Marie Imafidon, who was 11 when she became the youngest girl to ever pass A Level computing, to establish the Stemettes.

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Friends of Markle's who reportedly attended the bridal event, which took place at the exclusive member's club, included Lindsay Jill Roth, Heather Dorak and the actress' mother, Doria Radlan.

The 36-year-old American scored highest using the "Golden Ratio" - an ancient Greek method of measuring ideal beauty, beating Kate Middleton at the post.

He is also believes that Prince Charles will never wear the crown and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will have a fourth child.

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