Are you excited yet? We certainly are at Londontopia. The Royal Wedding is just a few weeks away and there’s plenty of talk of how the big day will go down.
Who’s the dress designer? What Hymns will be sung, will there be any special guests, all questions that need answering.
While these are still shrouded in mystery, there are a number of things you can certainly expect to see at Harry and Meghan’s Royal Wedding.
A dress that isn’t white
It’s unlikely that Meghan Markle will be white as she walks down the aisle of St George’s Chapel on May 19.
Just as Kate chose an off-white, we’re likely to see an ivory or champagne colour by a yet-to-be-revealed designer.
Ralph & Russo are rumoured, as are Burberry and all eyes will certainly be on the dress as soon as she steps off her carriage.
Her father will be involved
Ms Markle has announced her father will walk her down the aisle. Thomas Markle split from her mother when the soon-to-be-princess was just six years old, but it’s been confirmed that he will walk her down the aisle.
However, the bride will break Royal protocol by making a speech rather than her father.
There may be special guests
Ed Sheeran, Elton John, the Spice Girls, they’ve all been rumoured to be getting the after-party started but it’s still unknown as to how the couple will be celebrating.
The former is among one of the biggest Royal Wedding betting tips with the bookies, while rumours are circulating that Whitney Houston’s ‘I Wanna Dance With Somebody Who Loves Me’ will be the couple’s first dance.
Horse drawn carriages
The Royal Wedding is never without a horse drawn carriage and the carriage that will be awaiting is an Ascot Landau.
It’s the same carriage that took William and Kate to their wedding and will be the only open top carriage of the procession. That means the Queen and Prince Philip will be out of the limelight, as well as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and family.
No balcony kiss!
Yes, that tradition that we all love won’t be happening this year. Windsor Castle doesn’t have a balcony, so it’s unlikely the Royal couple will be sharing a public kiss for the entire world to see.
It’s a shame, but perhaps this, along with various other elements that suggest this couple really are a part of a new, more modern Royal Family.