Prince Harry’s wedding will be the most memorable day of his life, but unfortunately, his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, might not be present.
The Urbancult is reporting that Harry and Meghan Markle are all set to tie a knot on May 19th, 2018.
The announcement was made soon after Queen celebrated her 70th marriage anniversary. Many of Harry’s friends, own houses and islands in the Caribbean and will have to travel all the way to the United Kingdom. The friends are determined to make their wedding as romantic and intimate as possible.
“The wedding will be a small and private affair,” The Urbancult adds. “Only close family members and friends will be invited.” However, the British monarch might now be in sight even though Queen has given Harry the permission to marry Meghan.
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Since Elizabeth, 91, is technically the head of the church of United Kingdom, she might not endorse a marriage with someone who’s been divorced. Meghan Markle, 36, was previously married to Trevor Engelson, from 2011 until 2013.
A source told The Royal UK that similar to how she wouldn’t attend her son Prince Charles‘s ceremony to Camilla in 2005, she won’t make the exception for her grandson. So upsetting!
However, the red-headed Prince, 33, and Meghan are still very much determined to have as much fun as they can at their big day with or without the Queen!
“Harry isn’t into the formalities and all, that comes with being a royal. He’d rather serve rum cocktails and tequila shots than expensive champagne.”
About Meghan Markle
Meghan Markle is an American actress and a humanitarian. She rose to fame for her famous role as Rachel Zane in the television series, Suits. Meghan is also United Nations Women’s advocate for political leadership and participation.
She also appeared in movies, twice in 2010 and once in 2011. Meghan Markle is the founder and editor in chief of a lifestyle site, The Tig.
She was married to Trevor Engelson in 2011 after dating him for 8 years but later divorced in 2013.