Meghan Markle, 36, and Prince Harry, 33, are to marry in St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle in May next year, and further to the news the couple will be planning the wedding themselves. The Royal Family will pay for the wedding.
The source turns out to have been right: The pair are now officially set to Wednesday at Windsor Castle in May, meaning they're staying far clear of Westminster Abbey, which is usually the royal wedding venue of choice, as evidenced most recently by Kate Middleton and Prince William. Harry himself was christened there in 1984, so by the rules of the Church of England, he can be married there.
St George’s Chapel. Formal but not too formal
Harry's communication's secretary Jason Knauf said Windsor was a "very special place" for Harry, and that he and Markle had spent time there together during their 16-month romance.
He said the couple were delighted to be holding the wedding in the "beautiful grounds of Windsor". "Oh, William and I are absolutely thrilled", she said with a smile.
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St George's Chapel. Formal but not too formal.
Mr Knauf said the couple, who were grateful for the warm wishes from the public, would be putting their stamp on their wedding day.
The wedding guest list will be finalised closer to the event. The couple will undertake their first joint engagement on Friday with a visit to Nottingham.
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Based on Meghan's Instagram photos, the trio were in Spain in August, which means they could have easily been in London in July, when Prince Harry and Meghan met.
At least Misha can bet on getting an invite to the royal wedding of 2018.
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