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A Cinderella Story: Meghan Markle Weds Prince Harry
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A Cinderella Story: Meghan Markle Weds Prince Harry

The long-awaited day has finally arrived. The former American Actress, Meghan Markle is set to tie the knot with her true love, Prince Harry of Wales, in the United Kingdom. The celebrity couple has been all over the media, trending as they are set to officially wed in an elegant wedding ceremony that will take place at St. George’s Chapel, Windsor, United Kingdom. The beautiful hymn Stand By Me will be among those hymns that will be sang as the lovebirds tie the knot today declaring their love before God and men. Other hymns that will be sang include one that was sang during the late Princess Diana’s funeral, Guide Me O Thou Great Redeemer. Lady Jane Fellowes, the late Princess Diana’s sister will also give a reading during the church service.

More like a tradition, the princess-to-be, Meghan is not going to promise to submit in obedience to the Prince just like the Duchess of Cambridge when she got married to Prince William in 2011 and so did Prince Harry’s mother in 1981 when she was tying the knot with the Prince of Wale.

The order of service at the St. Georges Chapel, Reverend Michael Curry who is the head of the Episcopal Church in The United States is scheduled to deliver the sermon. This is in acknowledgment of the transatlantic nature of the wedding ceremony.

According to the order of service that was released, Mr Thomas Markle, Meghan Markle’s father will be absent. It was announced that Megan would make a grand entrance into the chapel by herself then Prince Charles would take Mr Markle’s place and walk the beautiful bride down the aisle.

Meghan, the Royal bride-to-be arrived yesterday at the Cliveden House Hotel with her mother, to spend the final night before her big day after spending the afternoon with Her Royal Highness, the Queen.

The Order of Event

At around 9 am, guests will begin to arrive. These are the members of the public who have been invited to the royal wedding. They will watch the wedding from the grounds of Windsor Castle.
At 9:30 am to 11 am, the expected guests will begin to arrive by Coach and enter the Castles Round Tower through the South Door and settle down.
At 11:20 am, members of the royal family will begin to arrive as well through the Galilee Porch.
At 11:40 am, The Groom, Prince Harry, will arrive at the Chapels west door together with his best man and they will be received by the Dean of Windsor. The Prince will be on foot and shall walk past the invited guests. This will give him the opportunity to acknowledge the presence of some of the 200 representatives of charities the prince is associated with.
At 11:42am Meghan Markle’s mother, Doria Ragland will arrive at the Galilee Porch and shall also be received by the Dean of Windsor.
At 11:45 am the Price of Wales shall be arriving at the Galilee Porch.
At 11:52 am the Queen of England shall be the last to arrive for the Royal wedding.
At 11:59 am Megan Markle will arrive at the Chapel and walk on her own as her bridesmaids and pageboys, amongst them Princess Charlotte and Prince George. Prince Charles will then walk her down the aisle.

The Royal Wedding service shall begin at 12 pm and will end at 1pm. This will see the newly-wedded couple walk through the West Steps of the chapel. They will then be heading to the St. Georges hall for the reception. The bride and groom will then leave Windsor Castle at around 7pm for the evening party hosted by the Prince of Wales at Frogmore House.

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Millions are watching from all over the world as Meghan and Harry celebrate this memorable day. We wish them a lifetime of happiness in their matrimonial union.


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