Meghan Markle just scored an invite to one of the biggest weddings of the year. While it was first reported that the Suits actress would be Prince Harry's date to Pippa Middleton's wedding to financier James Matthews in May, but wouldn't be at the ceremony, it's now been revealed that she will indeed be at the church for the nuptials. To ensure that her big day is an intimate gathering, Pippa is enforcing a strong "no ring, no bring" rule, meaning that unmarried and unengaged partners are prohibited from attending the event . . . except Meghan. The groom's brother Spencer Matthews is also banned from bringing his girlfriend, Vogue Williams, in light of the policy. However, according to The Telegraph, Meghan has become the exception to Pippa's rule, perhaps because she and Harry made their first official outing on May 6 when the actress cheered on her man (and shared a sweet kiss) at his polo match.
Of course, this isn't the first time Meghan has accompanied Harry to a wedding. Earlier this year, they jetted off to Jamaica to watch the royal's childhood friend Tom "Skippy" Inskip — who was popularly known as Harry's "wingman" — tie the knot with literary agent Lara Hughes-Young. Looks like things are getting serious for the two lovebirds.