Meghan Markle will be taking on fiancee Prince Harry’s religion ahead of their spring wedding.
The former “Suits” actress, who was raised Protestant and went to a Catholic school, will now be baptized and confirmed Anglican, The Sunday Times reported.
The Times also reported that the ceremony will be held sometime this month, with her parents in attendance.
This will be the first time that Markle’s father will be meeting his future son-in-law.
Although the bride-to-be does not have to be Anglican to marry Prince Harry, a report says that Markle made the decision to be baptized as a sign of respect for Queen Elizabeth’s role as the head of Church of England.
The couple is set to be married on May 19, 2018, in St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle.