We Finally Know When Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Are Getting Married


Prince Harry will marry actress Meghan Markle in May on the grounds of one of his grandmother's castles, royal officials announced Tuesday.

Kensington Palace said that Windsor Castle, a royal residence west of London, had become "a special place" for the couple.

If you're a big fan of the royal family, you're going to want to mark your calendars, because we finally have wedding details for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Harry and Meghan plan on making the ceremony reflect their personalities and they're determining a way to involve the public in some way, their spokesman revealed. Harry himself was christened there in 1984, so by the rules of the Church of England, he can be married there. The process is expected to take several years.

St George's Chapel holds between 800 and 1000 people - large enough for a major wedding, but less formal that Westminster Abby where Harry's brother Prince William Wednesday Kate Middleton. or St Paul's Cathedral, where Harry's parents Prince Charles and Diana Spencer were married.

       Outtakes show Harry and Meghan joking around
Video Outtakes show Harry and Meghan joking around

A palace spokesman said Meghan would retain USA citizenship through the process of becoming a United Kingdom citizen, but it was "too early to say" if she would retain dual nationality.

It will have been seven years since Harry's older bro Prince William and Kate Middleton got hitched, so we do wonder how their weddings will differ!

Jason Knauf, Prince Harry's communication's secretary, said Windsor is a "very special place" for Harry and that the couple had spent time there during their 16-month romance.

The couple have also announced their first engagement together, which will take place on Friday 1 December. "The Royal Family will pay for the wedding".

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