Meghan is thought to have taken a plane to Los Angeles to see her mother and discuss wedding details on Thursday. According to royal reporters, the preperations for the wedding are heavily underway, and Meghan wants her mother to be part of them as much as possible.
It was announced by Kensington Palace on Wednesday that the British Army will provide ceremonial support at the Wedding on 19 May. Several units that have a close connection to the Prince will take part in the wedding festivities. Below, we see a picture of the Prince at the Sovereign Parade at Sandhurst, where he had his militairy training.
On Easter Sunday, it was announced that Meghan and Harry have chosen floral designer Philippa Cradock to create the flowers for the church service and the reception venue for the upcoming Wedding. Mrs. Cradock will work with a team of florists, including florists from St George’s Chapel and Buckingham Palace, to create the displays at St George’s Chapel and St George’s Hall (reception venue). The floral displays in St George’s Chapel will be created using locally sourced foliage. Mrs. Cradock will use flowers and plants that are blooming naturally in May. According to Kensington Palace, these will include branches of beech, birch and hornbeam, as well as white garden roses, peonies and foxgloves.
Prince Harry and Meghan had no engagements this week.
- Friday 6 April: Prince Harry and Meghan will attend the UK Team Trials for the upcoming Invictus Games in Sydney