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Meghan Markle Says Her Bachelorette Party Has Already Been Planned

According to the future royal, all she knows is that it "will be fun."

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
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Meghan Markle may be planning a wedding in six months, but she's not skipping any of the traditional festivities. On her first trip to Scotland, the former Suits actress told adoring fans that her bachelorette party is "sorted," reported People.

 

While walking the streets of Edinburgh, Harry and Markle were asked about their "stag" and "hen dos" (the U.K. equivalents of bachelor and bachelorette parties). "Meghan said, 'I'm not sure—it's sorted but it will be fun,'" a bystander who chatted with the duo told People. As for Harry? He's also unsure about his own pre-wedding party. "I'm sure William's got something up his sleeve," the source continued.

 

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We definitely believe that, although an Us Weekly insider reported that Prince Harry's stag celebration won't echo his party-filled past. "Don't expect anything wild," the source said last year of William's plans. He's the future King of England, after all! As for Markle's bachelorette party, it's unclear as to who's responsible for the planning. It's likely that Markle's maid of honor will assume the bachelorette responsibilities, but we're not yet sure who will fill that role. Some have speculated that Jessica Mulroney, the celebrity's stylist and close friend, will stand beside Markle on the big day, especially since Mulroney's young daughter reportedly snagged a spot as flower girl.

 

We'll have to wait for more details of Markle's upcoming bachelorette party—but we have plenty of royal wedding information to tide us over. Yesterday, Kensington Palace released Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding itinerary, revealing when spectators can watch the televised event. The festivities will begin on Saturday, May 19th at 12 p.m. GMT—that's 7 a.m. for American spectators on the East Coast! After the ceremony, the duo will ride in a carriage "through Windsor Town," before returning to Windsor Castle for the reception. "They hope this short journey will provide an opportunity for more people to come together around Windsor to enjoy the atmosphere of this special day," the announcement shared.