The fiancé of Prince Harry first tried the Buddhist practice during her time playing Rachel Zane on Suits, when a close friend introduced her to meditation expert and instructor Light Watkins, author of 'Bliss More - How to Succeed in Meditation Without Really Trying'.
As always, the Queen led the way for her family, marching toward the abbey in an eye-catching maroon outfit and a big smile on her face.
PHOTOS: Meghan Markle's style through the yearsMarkle was seated behind the queen and next to Prince Harry.
XXX Star Stormy Daniels Files Lawsuit Against Donald Trump
The growing scandal between President Trump and adult entertainer Stormy Daniels (nee Stephanie Clifford) has intensified. Reached by phone, Daniels' lawyer Michael Avenatti told USA TODAY: "Yeah, and he also won the popular vote".
Arsenal's Bellerin out of AC Milan clash with knee injury
That will be despite breaking their transfer record last summer and in January, and the club will surely have been expecting more. What happens out there will tell us what we can do. "Yeah it makes me a little bit think about previous year ", Wenger said.
Eagles Trade For Seahawks Michael Bennett
The news came down amid reports that Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman could also be facing the end of his Seattle days. Curry, the Eagles' second-round draft pick in 2012, had only three sacks this season and 22 for his career.
Police news event to update serial killings investigation
Idsinga said police are still investigating the case and looking for more possible victims, including in cold cases. Idsinga said there was evidence pointing to a cause of death in at least some of the cases, but wouldn't elaborate.
One officer dead, two others injured in Missouri
According to Missouri State Highway patrol, officers were responding to a call at a residence when the shooting took place. In August, Officer Gary Michael was killed during a traffic stop. "He was just one of those kind of guys", Oberkrom said.
FDA Approves 1st Home Test for Breast Cancer Genes
The FDA says those three hereditary mutations occur in about two percent of Ashkenazi Jewish women, but rarely in anyone else. It is estimated as well that only 5 to 10 percent of cancer is caused by gene mutations inherited from a parent.