Meghan Markle’s Bridal Weekend With Her Closest Friends Was Totally Classy and Totally Relaxing

Meghan Markle Misha NonooMeghan Markle (L) and Misha Nonoo attend the 12th annual CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards at Spring Studios on November 2, 2015 in New York City. (Photo by Andrew Toth/Getty Images)

She’s getting ready for her royal close-up! Meghan Markle celebrated her upcoming marriage to beau Prince Harry with a proper bridal weekend, opting for a few relaxing days of bliss over a more raucous night out on the town.

According to E! News, Markle, 36, and a few close girlfriends all enjoyed a glam spa getaway at Soho Farmhouse, allegedly one of the Suits actress’ favorite spots. There, she and her pals, likely including fashion designer Misha Nonoo and Ralph Lauren PR director Violet von Westenholz (who reportedly first introduced Markle and Harry), celebrated Markle’s last fling before the ring in classy style.

Soho Farmhouse is located a short drive away from London just outside the quaint village of Great Tew, with rooms located in cabins and cottages and spa services that include pedicures and mud treatments, as well as champagne served with a pre-massage “soak,” in which guests can take a 30-minute dip in an enormous, luxurious bath.

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Markle’s future sister-in-law, Kate Middleton, was apparently unable to attend the fun fete given that she is seven months pregnant and has a busy schedule, but no doubt she sent her well wishes along to the latest addition to the royal family.

Middleton herself had a small, private dinner with friends to celebrate her nuptials to Prince William back in 2011.

Markle and Harry, 33, are set to wed at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle on May 19, with a reception held at St. George’s Hall for their family and friends. And though many of the details about their big day will likely surface in coming weeks, as of late last month, one tidbit has made its way into headlines: the