The latest move by the royal family shows that Meghan Markle has officially been accepted into the royal family.
The 35-year-old has been dating Prince Harry since last November and in the last five months the couple’s relationship has been seriously hotting up.
Meghan attended Harry’s best friend’s wedding, shacked up with the Prince at his Buckingham Palace abode and is even rumoured to be invited to Pippa Middleton’s wedding next month.
However the latest step taken by the royal family has firmly cemented the Suits actress as a serious fixture in Harry’s life.
According to US Weekly, Meghan has VIP access to Buckingham Palace, unlike other members of the public.
In fact, Meghan is so welcome at the Queen’s home that she doesn’t even have to sign in on arrival and is waved through security, an action mostly unheard of unless you are a member of the royal family.
People visiting Buckingham Palace are usually asked for photo identification and are asked to fill out a few pages of forms before allowed entry into the home.
It comes after it was reported last month that Meghan had her first meeting with the Queen on Mother’s Day.
It was reported that Prince Harry was keen for the meeting to take place so he could seek out the Queen’s approval for Meghan hand in marriage.
According to the Daily Star, Meghan had "already been given the green light from Prince Charles” and the next step was for the divorced actress to meet Harry’s very powerful grandmother.
According to US Weekly The Queen met with Meghan at Buckingham Palace and is “fully supportive” of Prince Harry’s new relationship.
She reportedly just wants her grandson to be happy and is “delighted to see Harry in a loving relationship”.
And while Meghan has the matriarch’s seal of approval, it may come as a surprise to some, after Kate Middleton was forced to wait five years until meeting the Queen.