Royal Wedding Guide: Who is going to be in the wedding party?

Tuesday, 08 May, 2018

The Daily Mail has rounded up the opinions of "multiple royal and fashion industry sources" who say Meghan's wedding gown is being designed by British couturiers Ralph & Russo-the same designer behind the stunning dress she wore in her engagement photos. Harry's father, Prince Charles, and his stepmother Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, also got married there.

The loved-up couple will Wednesday on May 19.

When all members of the family, excluding the Queen, are firmly in their seats, Prince Harry and Prince William will then make their entrance.

So if Harry and Meghan keep up this tradition, we may see Princess Charlotte take up the role as well as Mulroney's young daughter Ivy or Harry's two young cousins, six-year-old Isla Phillips and seven-year-old Savannah Phillips.

For some invitees to the royal wedding on May 19, there will be nary a canapé in sight.

"Harry knows a lot of famous people, so I think it was always going to be a star-studded wedding", she said.

I emailed him back to say crisply that our daughter's wedding, a do-it-toi-meme shindig in which the groom's lovely French parents made all the flower arrangements, cost far less than a similar wedding here.

The Duchess of York, Sarah Ferguson, is allegedly very unhappy about not being invited to a romantic evening service being pitched by Prince Charles that happens after your wedding and reception.

While the Duchess of Cambridge is of course expected to attend Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding in Windsor Castle later this month, it has been revealed that she won't have to lift a finger. The publication reports that instead of following Kate Middleton and Prince William's mellow footsteps (the couple danced to Ellie Goulding's cover of the Elton John classic, Your Song), Harry and Meghan intend to bring back the 1980s by dancing to Whitney Houston's "I Wanna Dance With Somebody".

Mr Markle, who has not spoken to Ms Markle for seven years, but asserted that "family comes first", added that he was "confused why you don't see the real Meghan".

Knauf says all the bridesmaids and page boys will be children.

"She needs to remember now that she is no longer an actress acting a part - although she is a very good actress".

For someone who grew up in Los Angeles, life behind palace walls - where butlers, footmen and members of the royal household, often dressed in smart traditional uniforms with scarlet waistcoats, discreetly go about their jobs - could scarcely be more different.

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