Published: Sat, March 03, 2018

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle invite the public to their wedding

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle invite the public to their wedding

"This wedding, like all weddings, will be a moment of fun and joy that will reflect the characters and values of the bride and groom". As reported by the BBC, Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury, will marry the pair, while the Dean of Windsor, the Rt. All those guests will have the honor of watching the bride and groom arrive and depart, but not all will be at the ceremony itself [VIDEO].

They will return for a reception with guests of the service before a second reception for friends and family later in the evening.

The couple is set to marry at the St George's Chapel in Windsor Castle at midday on May 19.

The 2,640 members of the public invited by the Kensington Palace include local school children, representatives from Prince Harry's key charities, and members of the public from all over the United Kingdom who have served their communities. That route is included below. They will then return to Windsor Castle. "It's wonderful that the couple want to involve the public on the big day, but it's also going to mean a huge security operation that will cost millions of pounds", he told Vanity Fair.

With only 800 allowed in St. George's Chapel for the actual ceremony - as compared with Prince William and Kate Middleton's 2,000-guest wedding in Westminster Abbey - the guest list for the most intimate parts of the nuptials will likely be extremely limited. The hall, restored extensively after the fire at Windsor Castle in 1992, will be the setting for the couple's wedding breakfast.


Meghan has been keen to help Harry with this public duties since their engagement.

The royal couple announced their engagement in November previous year.

There are some caveats for those who hope to be invited however, in terms of who those exact people will be. We're betting that the upcoming Royal wedding won't be too traditional, especially as Meghan has broken royal protocol a few times in her public outings.

She intends to become a British citizen, though she will retain her USA citizenship while she goes through the process.

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