Prince Harry and American actress Meghan Markle's wedding will be the last royal wedding of the year 2018, so we're sure it's going to be different than the usual royal wedding. Celebrities, lovers of the elegant wedding, and Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's fans are counting days on their fingers until this couple says "I do."
Now, while there are a lot of things about the May 19 wedding that are better kept as a secret, there are certain things which we're sure about; like it is not going to be a traditional royal wedding.
Prince Harry, who is nowhere close to the throne is going to have a bit low-key wedding in comparison to his elder brother, Prince William. Also, we should not forget that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are a modern couple, so they may skip some traditions which they will not find much appealing.
Meghan Markle has lots of friends, some of them are even famous. But, you cannot expect them to be by her side in matching dresses serving as her bridesmaids. Royal weddings have teens and children as their bridesmaids.
Americans and average Brit follow the tradition of having a best man at their wedding, but royals do not. However, Prince William had broken the protocol when he asked Prince Harry to be his best man.
The entire world knows that the best part of the royal wedding is fashion. And here style doesn't only mean Meghan Markle's wedding dress, but hats of course. British women wear fancy hats as a tradition of attending the royal wedding.
It is still unclear which popular political figure will be attending the wedding. There are chances that we may not see many of them.
Fruitcake is yet another tradition which is rumoured to be skipped in this royal wedding. However, Prince Harry and actress Meghan Markle's fruit choice for the cake is Banana.
While Americans write their personalised vows before their marriage, the church where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are getting married has its own 'same-for-all' vows.
The 'soon-to-be' royal couple has already taken things outside of London which surely means they'll have to skip some traditions to keep things on time. Prince William got married at this wonderful place, but Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will enjoy their small and intimate wedding ceremony at St. George's Chapel in Windsor Castle.
People in the London got their fair chance to witness the royal couple Prince William and his wife Duchess Catherine during their a romantic carriage ride. Apparently, Windsor Castle is 45 minutes downtown from London, so we cannot expect Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to do this.
Royal couples typically do not have their first kiss during the marriage ceremony. Instead, they head to the balcony and share this particular moment with everyone, reports Insider.
Brits will have to go to the work on May 19. There are no official or national holidays on their wedding day.
That's all, folks!