As you should have already penned into your diary by now, the ceremony will be taking place on May 19, 2018 at St. George's Chapel in Windsor (which is located within the royal residence, so it'll be a short commute for the bride and groom).
According to the multiple media reports, there is no maid of honour, however, if she does pick one, it could well be author Lindsay Roth, her best friend from university and most loyal confidante.
It was also reported that ELTON JOHN may perform at the reception and has cancelled two concerts to be held in Las Vegas to attend the royal event. However, considering the royal wedding is still two weeks away, it's hard to know for sure how the forecast may turn out.
Fergie has always been one of the more ~controversial~ members of the royal family, and she wasn't invited to Kate and William's wedding in 2011.
And it's because of Diana's effort to give her boys as much of a normal life as possible, that both Prince William and Prince Harry really try to continue leading the lives their mother set out before them, she adds.
The location and date of the couple's honeymoon has not yet been revealed.
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It has subsequently emerged that Thomas Markle Senior will be performing the traditional role, and that Meghan's mother will be present too.
Sources say that the 58-year-old duchess has been complaining about the snub even though many in the royal household think she should count herself lucky to be going at all.
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Kensington Palace has now released the schedule of the day, along with other details of the ceremony.
In keeping with tradition, the couple will be apart on the eve of the wedding and Meghan will not stay in Windsor Castle.
Meredith Vieira and British television presenter Matt Baker will host this nightly series leading up to the Royal Wedding that takes fans behind-the-scenes on everything-from protocol surrounding the Royal Wedding to the cake and the entertainment.