There’s a royal wedding in the works and we can hardly wait. Come May 19th, the American TV-star, Meghan Markle, will become the United Kingdom’s newest princess — promising excitement for everyone involved. Not only will the royal family gain a new addition, but the fashion and beauty worlds are thrilled to welcome a brand-new icon to the ranks. As our girl Meghan delves into her new royal responsibilities, you can bet we’ll be cheering her on every step of the way.
From the moment Prince Harry and the actress went public, the rumor mill began a’buzzing. The prospect of an American-born princess was just too exciting to pass up. Then, our dreams (and theirs) came true when Prince Harry popped the question in November 2017. Just like that, the beauty best known for her role on Suits became one of the world’s most prominent public figures.
Having already established a high profile career of her own, the star seems perfectly suited to step into royal duties — from her refined taste and classy style, to her seasoned ability to shine in the spotlight. We’ve got an eye for spotting kismet at work — and if we’re reading the signs, this union was quite possibly meant-to-be. Keep reading to find out the top 5 moments we knew Meghan Markle was meant to be royal all along. Plus, you can still spot these photos from Meghan’s Instagram account before it got deleted in the name of royal duty.
5.) Her exclusive esthetician was already based out of London.
Having exquisite taste is an important part of joining high society — and Meghan Markle’s sophisticated beauty regimen definitely fits the bill. Her esthetician of choice is the London-based celebrity skincare specialist, Nichola Joss. Not to mention, her choice of esthetician proves she has exclusive taste.
First of all, yes, her facialist-of-choice was already London-based — and we’re definitely counting that as a sign. But that’s not it: Beauty-insiders know that Joss performs the Bespoke Sculpting Inner Facial, one of the most unconventional types of facials in the industry. The philosophy behind Markle’s preferred facial method uses massage to stimulate and strengthen the muscles of the face (rather than paralyzing them with injectables like Botox). Joss even teaches her clients facial exercises to keep their mugs taut and beautiful. One of Orange County’s top dermatologists, Dr. Michelle Hure of OC Skin Lab, commented on this lesser-known technique, agreeing that it’s totally legit: “[F]acial massage is an integral part of skin health and anti-aging.”
To sum it all up, Meghan’s patronage of the in-demand beauty guru — whose elite client list also includes J. Lo — proves that she’s got the classy taste of a princess-to-be.