Prince Harry & Meghan Markle’s Wedding Day Schedule Confirmed!

Soon-to-wed Prince Harry and Suits star Meghan Markle announced the final schedule for the royal wedding which will take place on the 19th May…

Who can we expect to be on the guest list and how will the nation celebrate the marriage?
Kensington Palace have revealed details for the ceremony (to be held at Windsor Castle) and confirm The Dean of Windsor will conduct the service at midday and The Archbishop Of Canterbury will officiate the marriage as they take their vows!

From here, Harry and Meghan will take a short two-mile tour of Windsor town at 1pm in a carriage procession to greet members of public who will line the streets to celebrate the newly-weds. The tour will take them down Castle Hill, along the High Street to Sheet Street, Kings Road and Albert Road, and returning to Windsor castle via the Long Walk.

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Where is the royal wedding reception?

After the ceremony a lavish yet private reception will be held at St George’s Hall (15th Century Chapel of Windsor Castle) and will be followed by an elegant evening party (rumoured to be at Frogmore House in the grounds of Windsor Park) hosted by Prince Charles for their close friends and family. Complete with an imaginably swish whisky bar, a royal source says the evening party will host around 600 people.

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry appeared more loved-up than ever earlier this year at the Invictus Games. Image credit: Instagram @DailyMail

Predictions for the party?

We caught up with Sally Coffey to find out her Royal wedding predictions. As Editor of Britain magazine, she is no stranger to writing about all things Royal!

“The reception is bound to hold a few surprises and will possibly be less formal than previous royal weddings. Harry and Meghan are a sociable couple with lots of friends and the guest-list will no doubt reflect this rather than be treated as a state occasion.”

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