After they were over the weekend, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are expected to step out on their most high profile date at the later this month.
According to The Daily Telegraph, the Suits star has been invited to join the full day of celebrations when Pippa Middleton marries James Matthews on May 20. She'll be in the company of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, among other guests, despite not being married or engaged to Harry.
It had previously been reported that —which means guests can only bring spouses as a guest to the ceremony. However, after it was thought the Prince's partner was only invited to the reception, sources have told the newspaper that the Duchess of Cambridge's younger sister has now made an exception.due to the bride's strict "no ring, no bring" policy
Following the church proceedings at St Mark's in Englefield, Berkshire, Meghan will accompany Harry at the reception, which is thought to be taking place in a marquee at Carole and Michael Middleton's Georgian mansion located just a few miles away in the village of Bucklebury. In comparison to her sister Kate's Westminster Abbey nuptials, the younger Middleton's wedding is likely to be a low-key affair, but with 150 guests reportedly attending, it's likely to be quite the party.
Well-wishers will no doubt be watching and waiting to catch a glimpse of Harry and his plus one, but this won't be the first time the couple have attended a wedding together. In March, the actress joined the Prince to watch one of his closest friends marry in Jamaica.
This article originally appeared on HarpersBazaar.co.uk. Minor edits have been made by the Cosmo.ph editors.