Wedding details emerge: where will Meghan and Harry tie the knot?

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“It is a very special place for Prince Harry"

For those of you who have been eagerly waiting for the juicy details about Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s wedding, stop what you're doing! We have all the info you need right here. 

According to, it has been announced by Kensington Palace that the royal wedding is set for May 2018; one month after Kate Middleton’s due date for baby number three.

When it comes to location, we’ve learnt that the ceremony will be held at Windsor Castle in St George’s Chapel, which is said to be “a very special place for Prince Harry"

A representative from the royal family has shared a statement on the decision:

“They [Prince Harry and Markle] are grateful to the Queen for granting permission for the use of the chapel,” he said. 

“Prince Harry and Ms Markle are delighted that the beautiful grounds of Windsor Castle will be where they begin their lives together as a married couple.

“Prince Harry and Ms Markle are leading the planning process for all aspects of the wedding. We look forward to sharing these details with you in the months ahead as decisions are made.”

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If you’re wondering if the celebrations will differ from Prince Will and Kate Middleton’s wedding day, you’d be right. 

If you recall, there was a national holiday for Wills and Kate’s big day, which was held at Westminster Abbey, and the entire ceremony was televised internationally (which is when Pippa Middleton’s booty rose to fame). 

As reports, the UK government has shared that there will not be a national holiday for Harry and Meghan’s wedding and it has not been confirmed if it will be televised at all. 

Now everyone, stay calm… we still might be able to watch the royal wedding on TV, we just have absolutely can't be certain AND IF WE MISS OUT ON SEEING THIS WE MAY NEVER GET OVER IT. 

Image: Samir Hussein/Samir Hussein/WireImage, Getty images/Max Mumby/Indigo​

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