Royal wedding: Palace reveals document used by Queen to give consent

Posted May 13, 2018

The archbishop of Canterbury said on Twitter: 'I'm thrilled that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have asked Bishop Michael Curry to preach at their wedding.

That made him the second-highest rated members of the royals, just behind his brother but ahead of the 92-year-old queen.

Meghan Markle and her mother Doria Ragland leave their place of stay and travel to the castle by vehicle. She added: "He's just a guy that she fell in love with and he fell in love with her".

It's surely pretty exciting to spot the Queen, but forget about approaching her.

Where: St. George's Chapel on Windsor Castle grounds.

Back in February, Mel B announced on the daytime talk show "The Real", that her group, the Spice Girls, had been invited to the royal wedding of the year.

This is standard for anyone who encounters Queen Elizabeth II, but many guests at the wedding will be new to the world of British royal etiquette.

They will arrive most likely on foot and there they will acknowledge the people gathered in the castle precincts. She will walk down the aisle in what will be a $180,000 hand-stitched dress from the London-based Australian fashion designers Ralph & Russo. In 2002 he admitted smoking cannabis and getting drunk when underage in a pub near the royal family's country estate.

They are now making a marital home of Ivy Cottage in the palace grounds, joining her cousins William and Harry on the list of residents. But first, on May 13, we have the Hollywood version of the fairytale: Harry & Meghan: A Royal Romance airs Sunday, May 13 at 8 p.m. EST/PST on Lifetime (where else?), with Parisa Fitz-Henley as the Suits actress-turned-royal, and Murray Fraser as the ginger prince.

In some ways, it seems like an obvious pick but this tiara belongs to the Spencer family and is traditionally worn by members of the family or those marrying into it.

"Nothing like printing the face of a Prince or Duchess on a swimming costume and rocking it proudly on the beach", she told the outlet.

Nicknamed the "aunt heap" in the 1920s due to its ageing royal population, it received a youthful resurgence in the 1960s, welcoming new residents including the family of princess Margaret, Queen Elizabeth's sister.

For Meghan to differentiate her wedding flowers and bouquet, I think she may introduce some colour in the shades of dusty and pale pinks rather than the exclusively white bouquets of other royal brides.