Details Of Meghan Markle’s Bachlorette Party Have Been Revealed

With her wedding fast approaching, details of all the parties before the nuptials have begun to spring up.

The 36-year-old American actress, best known for her role in Suits, is set to marry 33-year-old Prince Harry at St. George’s Chapel on May 19, 2018.

Ahead of the big day, suspicions about what type of bachlorette party Meghan Markle will be having have surfaced.

It’s no secret that Meghan and Harry have been calling the shots when it comes to planning their royal wedding.

“With the wedding, they both want to do things their way,” the source adds. “While they will always be mindful of traditions, the day is ultimately about them and what they want to do.”

Country Stars Disguised Themselves As Carolers To Spread Christmas Cheer

Surprising their Nashville neighbors, two big names in country music dressed up as carolers and went door-to-door to sing Christmas songs.

Thomas Rhett and Florida Georgia Lines’ Tyler Hubbard were getting into the spirit of the season when they decided to dress up alongside their wives Lauren Akin and Hayley Hubbard, as well as friends Russell and Kailey Dickerson.

The country stars lead the group by belting out lyrics from “Deck The Halls” and “White Christmas.”

“We’re going to neighbors’ houses and singing Christmas carols!” Rhett said in his brief clips on Instagram. “We’re cruising around Nashville, if your house looks enticing we just might stop by.”

“Wishing you the merriest of Christmases from the #CountryCarolers ! #1stannual #thebestwaytospreadchristmascheerissingingloudforalltohear,” wrote Hayley who is expecting her first child with Tyler next year.

“The #CountryCarolers. Coming this Christmas to a Nashville neighborhood near you #thebestwaytospreadchristmascheerissingingloudforalltohear #itsthemostwonderfultimeoftheyear,” Lauren wrote along with the same picture.

But they didn’t leave their mission of spreading holiday cheer there.

3-Year-Old Celebrates Birthday With An Extravagant Target-Themed Party

Move aside princesses and superheros, discount super centers have won the title of best birthday party theme.

In apost from Facebook page, Love What Matters, Emily Masico said her three-year-old daughter, Charlie, asked for a Target-themed birthday party.

“Right off the bat she said, ‘Target.’ I laughed and was like, ‘No, that’s not a party, why not Trolls?’ So, the more time went on I was like: ‘You know what? It’s different…Let’s do it!'” Masico said.