Here is everything you need to know about the Royal Wedding of the couple that met over a blind date arranged by their friends to become the most loved royal couple both in the states and in the UK.
Where is the wedding?
The ceremony will take place in the Chapel of Windsor Castle known as the Saint George Chapel
Who will attend the wedding?
Invitations have been sent out to 600 guests for the ceremony and an additional 200 for the reception including the Suits cast and many other celebrities such as the spice girls.
Ms Markle’s father, Thomas Markle, will not attend the wedding, according to sources since he had to undergo heart surgery.
Who will walk Ms Megan down the aisle?
Megans mother Doria Regland will most probably walk Megan down the aisle.
Who is the best man?
Prince William, Prince Harry’s brother will be the best man at the wedding. Prince Harry was the best man at Prince Williams marriage with Kate Middleton thus it was somewhat expected.
From Where will the Royal Bride and Groom depart?
Prince George will be stay with his brother, Prince William, at Coworth Park in Ascot
Whereas Ms markle will spend her last night before the wedding with her mother, Doria Ragland, at the luxury Cliveden house hotel in Buckinghamshire.
How will they arrive for the Ceremony?
The couple will travel through Windsor in this Ascot Landau carriage which is used in official and ceremonial state events.
What about the cake and the flowers?
The cake is now almost prepared to be served to 600 guests tomorrow. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have chosen an organic lemon and elder flower cake and it is being decorated with a white, elderflower Swiss meringue buttercream.
White garden roses, foxgloves and peonies will surround the couple on their wedding day chosen my Megan MArkle herself.
London-based florist Philippa Craddock has been chosen to create the floral displays for St George’s Chapel and St George’s Hall and locally sourced foliage will be used.
What about the souvenirs?
This is the best part. Check out the adorable souvenirs Available for the general public who couldn’t attend the wedding
1. The royal Couple Mugs
2. An official commemorative, Gold in scripted H&M plate
3. Here is more of the China Cutlery
and the After Party?
Pubs and bars across England and Wales will be allowed to stay open later than usual so the public can also celebrate – serving until 01:00 BST on the morning of the wedding day, and again after the couple are married.