Transcript for Meghan Markle's top Los Angeles spots
The royal wedding is less than ten days away according to that George countdown clock we have and this morning, we're taking a look at Meghan Markle's road Los Angeles to London. ABC's Adrienne Bankert is live from Pasadena, California. Adrienne, you're at the spot that helped prepare Meghan to meet the queen. You're looking fancy there. We're not going to be able to get into all that. Well, thank you. You don't look so bad yourself. We're at the rose tree cottage and this is Edmunds who served Meghan Markle tea and he's serving us tea this morning. He says that she is indeed ready for life in the royal palace. As Meghan Markle nears closer to walking down the aisle we're getting more of a picture of the woman living the dream in L.A. Where she got her first acting gig at 19. This is where she started. Her scenes were basically she was here behind the desk talking to a doctor giving him a message. Just one second. Reporter: Mark cast her as a nurse on "General now he's watching as she's thrust into an even bigger spotlight. I was just happy for her. You know, you want anybody to find true love. Reporter: He says Meghan's instincts on camera were undeniable. Right out of the gate. Right out of the gate. Reporter: While pursuing her dreams she did calligraphy at paper source splurging at sugarfish, the hottest sushi spot. Living like Meghan shared on blog Meghan's mirror she gave a shoutout to its signature menu writing, #trustme. Meghan, I know why you love this place. And also posted on the gram she dreams of tacos from the fresh corn grill. I'm here to order the track co-s that Meghan Markle dreams about. Do you know what I'm talking about? I know why you've been dreaming about these. They're delicious. Fast forward to when Harry met Meghan before she sat with the queen she had a lesson in how to take tea like a royal right in her own backyard. Let's go this way. Reporter: Edmund said she asked the right questions. She's going to be the future of the British royal family. That's what I say. Reporter: When asked how she rated in terms of taking tea like British royalty. What would you score her? Out of 10 I would say 9.5 and I say that because I'm looking forward to her coming and getting the other 5 points. And here at the rose tree cottage as well as events all over the country they'll mark the festivities with British tea service. Cucumber sand witches and, of course, you have to have your scone in the morning. Back to you guys. Thank you very much, Adrienne.
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