More details on the Royal Wedding on the 19th of May were announced by Kensington Palace this week.
- The wedding service will begin at St. George’s Chapel at 12:00hrs UK time.
- The Dean of Windsor will conduct the service, and The Most Revd. and Rt Hon. Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury, will officiate as the couple make their marriage vows
- At 13:00hrs, the couple will commence on a carriage procession through Windsor.
- At St. George’s Hall, there will be a reception for the couple and the guests. There will be a luncheon and speeches, after the newly wed couple joins the reception after their carriage procession.
- In the evening, Prince Charles will host a glittering evening reception for his son and brand new daughter-in-law, just like he did in 2011. The venue for this dinner and reception is not announced yet.
Furthermore, it was reported by several tabloids in the UK that Meghan made several private visits to the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire last June. 71 people died in the fire and the survivors were said to be very glad that Meghan decided to visit them. It is thought that the future Duchess is exploring the UK charity sector in the months leading up to the wedding to decide to which causes she would like to like to connect herself to.
Prince Harry watched the England-Wales Six Nations rugby match at Twickenham, for both women and men on Saturday. The Prince is President of the England Rugby Union and was attending in official capacity. The Six Nations Championship is the most important rugby tournament of the northern hemisphere. The national rugby teams of England, Wales, France, Italy, Scotland and Ireland are competing in this tournament. England is the current champion, winning the 2017 tournament.
- 13 February: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will pay a visit to Edinburgh, Scotland.
- 15 February: Prince Harry will visit StreetGames Fit and Fed Activity in Brent
- 16 Febuary: Prince Harry will attend the England Rugby Team Open Training Session