It has just been announced that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will be married in May 2018 at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle. Boasting the title of the largest and oldest castle in the world, this venue is a fairy-tale wedding dream come true. Although many are speculating that the couple will break with tradition, this choice of venue is very much traditional. Built in the 14th century, other members of the royal family have wed there before, including King Edward VII, who married Princess Alexandra of Denmark at St. George’s in 1863, and Prince Harry’s first cousin, Peter Phillips, who married Autumn Kelly there in 2008. But everyone wants to know–what does the venue mean for the couple’s wedding? What should we expect to see? We have a few ideas on how the venue will impact the couple’s wedding details.
The Guest List Will Be Capped At 800
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