Royal Wedding Nears as Megan and Harry Choose a Carriage

The whole Britain and the rest of the world are sought up in a frenzy about the upcoming royal wedding between Megan Markle and Prince Harry.

New details are revealed each day and we are all eagerly expecting 19 May 2018. Just a few days ago, a new coin with the beloved couple that will commemorate the event was presented to the public and now it’s all about their ride.

A Carriage is Chosen

The latest news is about the carriage the couple chose and it’s a carriage fit for a princess.

The wedding procession will feature the newlyweds in a type of coach used during Kate and Prince William’s nuptials. Megan and Harry visited the royal mews at Buckingham Palace to select Ascot Landau which will be the centre piece of public celebrations after they say “I do” in St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle.

Six horses will be involved Megan and Harry’s carriage ride on 19 May. Milford Haven, Storm, Plymouth, Tyrone will pull the carriage and Sir Basil and Londonderry will be outriders. This wonderful, small, lovely carriage will provide plenty of visibility for the onlookers of the procession.

The carriage procession will start at 1pm, right after the wedding service and the couple will be driven along Castle Hill, into Windsor town centre before they return along the famous Long Walk for their reception.

First Wedding Gift

Meghan Markle, 36, and Prince Harry, 33, will marry on 19 May. You may not have been invited to the royal wedding but you can join in the celebrations on this big day as a number of luxurious bars, restaurants and hotels are hosting the special event to honor the occasion. The BBC is allowing a one-off dispensation so that everyone can screen the event live without purchasing a license.

The guests, including George and Amal Clooney, Victoria and David Beckham, are probably in dilemma what to buy to the couple who already has everything but the Queen doesn’t seem to have a problem with it.

The Queen is not only bestowing a title upon the couple, odds are on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, but also giving them a home. It has been confirmed that the Queen chose York Cottage to give the newlyweds, which is close to the wedding gift she gave to Kate and William, Amner Hall, both based on her Sandringham Estate in Norfolk.

She really knows how to set the bar high.


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