'Now Know Ye': Queen gives formal consent to royal wedding

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The pre-wedding night - Just like Kate was spotted arriving at The Goring Hotel in London the night before her wedding to Prince William in 2011, Meghan will be papped arriving at her accommodation in Windsor on Friday 18 May.

The head of the Anglican church in the United States will give the main speech at the wedding of Britain's Prince Harry and his U.S. fiancee Meghan Markle, Kensington Palace announced Saturday.

The royals already have an Instagram account (@theroyalfamily) with a cheeky 1.5 million followers, so they'll probably have Meghan spruiking detox-tea and teeth-whiteners before you know it.

The Instrument of Consent image was released Saturday - a week before Harry is to marry the American actress at St. George's Chapel in Windsor. "I don't think children should be at weddings, and I did not have them at my wedding".

With the royal wedding only a week away, the world's media have been reporting the details with vigour. Prince Harry and Ms. Markle are very much looking forward to welcoming Ms. Markle's parents to Windsor for the wedding.


Costume designer Claudia Da Ponte has become as much of an expert on Meghan Markle's fashion as anyone, since she had to give herself a crash course on the nascent style icon's looks, studying paparazzi photos, press clippings and more to prepare for the shoot.

She is understood to have chosen to join the Church of England out of respect for the role Harry's grandmother Queen Elizabeth II has as supreme governor of the Anglican Communion's mother church. When Corden replied, "She's totally going!" the Spice Girl said, "Yes".

Rihanna revealed that she has an "extreme" gift for her pal Prince Harry and his fiance Meghan Markle as their May 19 wedding approaches.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle got engaged in November 2017. According to CNN, other likely invitees include singer James Blunt, with whom Harry served in the British Army, and longtime friend Joss Stone, who is an ambassador for Harry's Sentebale charity and who previously performed at a Kensington Palace benefit.

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