What To Expect During The Wedding Of Meghan Markle And Prince Harry
Details regarding the most awaited wedding of the year have been revealed to the public by the couple, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. As expected, wedding planner in Sydney will be taking notes because it is not unlikely that brides-to-be will want a wedding inspired by this royal occasion.
The engaged couple, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, are going to tie the knot at the St. George’s Chapel located inside the Windsor Castle. The wedding is set to happen on the 19th of May.
Kensington Palace decided to reveal some details regarding their wedding day which is the same day as the 2018 FA Cup Final.
People who are excited to see both events might not have to worry about the timing because the wedding service of the couple will start at midday while the finals of the sports in the last few years have been set to start at around 5:30 in the afternoon.
The palace shared a statement coming from the couple who is thankful for the good wishes coming their way ever since they announced that they are already engaged. The palace added that the Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are already excited for their wedding and they want to celebrate the event with the public.
They have already confirmed that Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury, will lead the marriage ceremony.
The carriage procession for the wedding will start at 1 PM and the route will cover Castle Hill going to High Street and then processing to Sheet Street. They will go straight to Kings Road and will pass by Albert Road. The procession will include Long Walk before concluding in Windsor Castle.
The reception is to be hosted at the St. George’s Hall while the Prince of Wales will throw a private reception in the evening of the same day. This is only open for close friends and relatives.
There is much to be excited about for wedding planner in Sydney and all over the world as it is tagged as the royal wedding of the year. Prince William, older brother of Harry, might not be able to award the trophy for this year’s FA Cup Final because of the wedding. He traditionally does the honour being the Football Association’s president.