How do you become a British royal? Well, you could be proposed to by a prince - and Meghan Markle already has that covered.
When it comes to becoming a citizen, Kensington Palace says Markle will be treated like anyone else.
First, she will have to apply for a family visa to remain in the country.
Since 2012, UK citizens have had to meet a minimum income threshold of 18,600 pounds a year, or have cash savings above 16,000 pounds, to bring a partner into the country.
We don't know precisely how much Prince Harry earns, but he shouldn't have any trouble with that.
If someone comes to the country as the fiancée of a British citizen, they must marry within six months.
With their engagement last month and the wedding planned for May 2018, they should just tie the knot in time.
After coming in on a family visa, individuals must wait five years before permanent residency is granted. Only then can they apply for citizenship.
At this point, Markle will have to take a test with questions on life in the UK. It could include multiple-choice questions such as "Who is married to the Queen of England?" and "What is the relationship between the monarch and the government?"