More royal wedding deets revealed as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle prepare to say ‘I do’

2018-05-02 12:50
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Cape Town – It’s royal wedding month!

The wedding of the year is less than three weeks away and as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle take time off from work ahead of their nuptials, more wedding details are being revealed.

Kensington Palace on Wednesday morning revealed that the couple have chosen the Ascot Landau carriage for their procession through Windsor Town after their wedding ceremony.

Following the service, the couple will embark on a carriage parade along a route from St George's Chapel, leaving Windsor Castle via Castle Hill and processing along the High Street and through Windsor Town, returning to Windsor Castle along the Long Walk.

Harry and Meghan will be transported in the horse-drawn carriage. It is one of five Ascot Landaus in the Royal Mews and is used in official and ceremonial state events.

Two of the Windsor Grey Horses named Storm and Tyrone will pull the carriage.


The announcement comes after it was reported that Harry has decided to wear a wedding band, unlike his brother Prince William.

A source told E! News that there are no rules when it comes to wearing a ring and that it’s just based on personal preference.

Harry’s choice to wear a ring makes total sense as the royal has often been seen wearing bracelets in support of different charities.

According to a previous report, matching bracelets made in South Africa is what first gave Harry and Meghan’s relationship away. 

Both Harry and Meghan have been seen supporting 100% not-for-profit social enterprise Relate by wearing bracelets in support of African Parks and Grassroots Soccer in various public appearances over the last few years.

“She may not have the ring yet, but she has the bracelet. Relate’s bracelets connect people to each other, and to the cause they support,” said Relate’s CEO Neil Robinson at the time of the report.

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