St George’s Chapel is venue for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal wedding

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle are posing for a picture © Provided by Independent Print Limited Prince Harry will marry his fiancée Meghan Markle in front of the Queen in a ceremony next May at a historic chapel at Windsor Castle, it was revealed today.

The Prince will marry actress Ms Markle at St George’s Chapel, the same venue where the Prince of Wales and Camilla Parker Bowles received a blessing from The Archbishop of Canterbury in 2005.

She has already been introduced to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s children George, four, and Charlotte, two.

The wedding will take place around one month after the due date of the Duchess of Cambridge’s third child, which is reportedly due in April next year.

a store inside of a building: stgeorgeschapel2811a.jpg © Provided by Independent Print Limited stgeorgeschapel2811a.jpg Meghan will also become joint Patron of the Royal Foundation, along with William, Kate, and Harry.

She will give up her current charity commitments and will begin a new series of charitable ventures as part of her new life in the UK.

The cost of the wedding will be paid for by the royal family.

The world celebrated the happy couple’s engagement news yesterday after months of fevered speculation.

a group of people standing around a table: stgeorgeschapel2811b.jpg © Provided by Independent Print Limited stgeorgeschapel2811b.jpg The couple appeared together in the Sunken Garden at Kensington palace where Ms Markle showed off her engagement ring for the first time – a ring designed by Harry containing Diana’s diamonds – with an estimated value of close to £200,000.

Harry and Meghan went on to give an interview where they described their early dating, and how Harry proposed over a chicken dinner – with Meghan saying yes before he could even finish asking her.


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