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March 24 2018, 07:45 | Perry Erickson
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
Prince Harry and his American, fiancée, Meghan Markle, invited thousands of members of the public to watch them arrive by carriage at Windsor Castle for their wedding, Kensington Palace announced Friday. The statement went on to say that their wedding, like all weddings, is set to be a moment of joy and fun, reflecting the values and characters of the bride and groom.
According to the palace, 1,200 members of the public from "every corner of the United Kingdom will be nominated to attend". Megan and Harry would like those chosen to be of all ages and backgrounds, as well as young people who have shown strong leadership.
Among those invited into the castle grounds will be 200 people from charities and organisations close to Harry and Meghan, it emerged today. And in case you forgot, Harry and Meghan are exchanging their vows on May 19 at Windsor Castle's St. George's Chapel.
St. George's Chapel has been the site of many royal weddings, although other members of Prince Harry's immediate family were Wednesday in London.
Prince Harry and Meghan will be Wednesday at St. George's Chapel in Windsor Castle on May 19 at midday.
There's been quite a bit of speculation about just who would and would not score invitations to the Royal Wedding this May, but for some members of the general populace, it may be time to dust off their dress clothes, because they may be the ones finding themselves at Windsor on May 19. Kensington Palace's statement said that 100 pupils from two local schools.
The invitees will also be the first to see the newlyweds depart for their horse-drawn carriage procession through the streets of Windsor after the ceremony.
They will return for a reception with guests of the service before a second reception for friends and family later in the evening.
Prince Harry and Markle have gone against royal tradition by choosing a Saturday for their big day, as royal weddings usually take place on a week day. Prince William and Kate were married in Westminster Abbey, which was a much grander and larger event.