Buckingham Palace Suggests Meghan Markle Might Be a Guest at Lady Gabriella Windsor's Wedding on May 18

Meghan Markle is expected to give birth any day now, but a new statement from Buckingham Palace suggests she might try to make it to a wedding in two weeks. The wedding in question is Lady Gabriella Windsor's on May 18.

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Meghan Markle (opens in new tab), extremely pregnant person, might just be planning to try to make it to a wedding that's happening two weeks from today.

Buckingham Palace has issued a statement about the royal attendees of Lady Gabriella Windsor's upcoming wedding that is so vague, it has some royal fans convinced (opens in new tab) that it means Meghan might attend.

Per Daily Mail royal correspondent (and all-around royal family expert) Rebecca English (opens in new tab) on Twitter: 

Of course, this isn't a promise that Meghan will attend the wedding, but it's also not a promise that she won't

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If Meghan does turn out for Lady Gabriella's nuptials, it will potentially be mere days after giving birth. Given her stance on a post-labor photo call (opens in new tab), it seems unlikely that Meghan will push herself to be royal-engagement-ready (opens in new tab) so soon after delivering, but we'll just have to wait and see what she decides—and support that decision, whatever it may be.

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