Harry and Meghan's Wedding Will Be Very Different From William and Kate's

Harry and Meghan's Wedding Will Be Very Different From William and Kate's

Prince Harry will marry actress Meghan Markle in May on the grounds of one of his grandmother's castles, royal officials announced Tuesday.

The couple announced their engagement on Monday night, later revealing Harry proposed to Meghan while they were preparing a roast chicken dinner at his Kensington Palace apartments.

In a statement, the couple named the venue, saying the Queen had given permission for them to use the chapel, and said the wedding would take place in May 2018. Presumably, then, Prince Harry and Markle won't shy from live coverage, or at least video footage of the the ceremony, which Harry's spokesperson promised "will be a moment of fun and joy".

Ms Markle, a Protestant, is to be baptised and confirmed before the wedding day.

Although Meghan has been married before the Church of England permits divorcees to remarry with a religious ceremony. The process is expected to take several years.

Mr Knauf said: "Ms Markle can not wait to meet numerous young people Prince Harry has told her so much about".

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Markle called The Duchess of Cambridge out as being "absolutely amazing" to her during her first interview with Harry yesterday.

Jason Knauf, Prince Harry's communication's secretary, said Windsor is a "very special place" for Harry and that the couple had spent time there during their 16-month romance.

St George's Chapel. Formal but not too formal.

"They will be making sure it reflects who they are as a couple", he said.

And Meghan was nowhere to be seen in West London as Harry enjoyed some time alone.

Of course, a royal engagement means a royal wedding is in our future-and if Prince William and Kate Middleton's nuptials from 2011 are any indication, we're in for a no-expense-spared extravaganza.

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