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The royal family are attending a Commonwealth Day service in London - the first official event attended by both Meghan Markle and the Queen.

During this year's event, One Direction alum Liam Payne joined the festivities as a performer, singing John Mayer's "Waiting on the World to Change" for Markle, Prince Harry, the Queen and more Royal Family members.

It was decided that Markle should have the training before her May wedding to Harry because of heightened security concerns after a package containing white powder was sent to Markle and set off an anthrax scare, Wonderwall reported. But before her May nuptials, the 36-year-old had to be baptized because said chapel is Church of England's 14-century-built St. George's Chapel, which rests on the sprawling grounds at Windsor Castle in England.

He said: "They do things how they want to adapt them".

Prince Charles with wife Duchess Camilla. The move, while subtle, suggested that Markle is taking her newfound duties as a royal-in-training in stride.

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Markle, who intends to become a United Kingdom citizen, also reportedly officially became a member of the Church of England earlier in March when she was baptized in a private ceremony.

Known in the local press as the "Fab Four", Markle, Prince Harry, Prince William and Catherine are to meet with schoolchildren after the service.

"A Royal Romance" has just revealed its air date, with the Lifetime biopic slated to premiere on Friday, May 13. Normally, that honor is reserved for figures who are officially part of the family.

The move would be considered a break from wedding tradition and some royals have reportedly suggested Prince William as an alternative.

But it appears Meghan's apparent breaks from royal protocol have won the hearts of the British public, with a new survey has revealing Prince Harry's fiancee was named their favourite princess of all time, with a whopping 37 percent of the vote.