Meghan Markle is continuing to make history and shake things up for the Royal Family.
Just one week after causing a little controversy for wearing a “racy” sheer Ralph and Russo dress in her engagement photo, the former “Suits” actress just became the first fiancée to join the Royal Family for their traditional Christmas Day Church service.
According to reports, the Queen, in a rare move, extended an invitation to Prince Harry’s fiancée for the family’s annual holiday trip up to the country house.
Markle walked arm-in-arm with her soon-to-be husband Prince Harry as they trekked from Sandringham House to St. Mary Magadalene Church … and she looked pretty fashionable doing so.
The soon-to-be duchess rocked a long, wide collar Sentaler wrap coat in camel, a brown Philip Treacy hat, a Chloe pixie bag, and brown suede Stuart Weitzman boots.
Princess Beatrice, Princess Eugenie, Princess Anne, Princess Royal, Prince Andrew, Duke of York, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, and a pregnant Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, joined the happy couple on the short journey to the church as well.