Prince Harry and Meghan Markle"s Royal Wedding: Everything You Need to Know

One thing is for sure, whether you are a fan of the royal family or not, the whole world is going to be going nuts this Saturday as Prince Harry weds Meghan Markle.
Ever since the couple announced their engagement news back in November, there has been a global obsession with everything royal wedding related, from all kinds of merchandise being made to an in depth analysis of every final detail of their big day.
If you too can"t help but be fascinated with it all, here"s everything we know so far about the most anticipated wedding of the year.
When?: 12 noon. Saturday, May 19, 2018.
Where?: St. George"s Chapel at Windsor Castle, while there will be a carriage procession at 1pm around Windsor Town.
The reception is at St George"s Hall but there will be a second evening reception later at Frogmore House where The Prince of Wales will host a private evening for the couple and their close friends and family.

How can I watch it?: The wedding will be shown in Ireland on RTÉ One…

Leave the Markles alone. The need for gossip shouldn"t lead to snobby trashing

It’s not easy turning a wedding, the heartwarming tale of two lovers wanting to live happily ever after, into something that makes everyone involved feel absolutely terrible.
But we seem to have managed it, with days to spare. Meghan Markle’s elderly father is now said to be considering pulling out of the royal wedding, following embarrassment over the publication of some hammy staged photos of him supposedly being measured for his suit. Thomas Markle, who is 73 and recovering from a heart attack, may not now be walking her down the aisle – and no, this isn’t the time for arguing that it’s sexist for men to “give” their daughters away anyway; it’s her wedding, not yours, and she should have been able to involve her family in whatever way she chooses.
But more important, it absolutely isn’t the time for journalists to observe self-righteously that Thomas Markle invaded his own privacy, and that he only has himself to blame for reportedly colluding with paparazzi to stage those photos – w…

TMZ: the celebrity gossip site that crashed the royal wedding

TMZ originally stood for Thirty-Mile Zone, a swath of Los Angeles covering the entertainment industry, but now the abbreviation means something else and is prompting howls 5,000 miles away in Buckingham Palace. took its name from the cartographic reference, but the news website is in the business of getting global clicks through scoops on celebrities, athletes, tycoons – and royalty.
Its clout was on neon-flashing display this week with a series of exclusives about whether Meghan Markle’s father, Thomas Markle, would attend her marriage to Prince Harry at Windsor Castle on Saturday.

Six royal weddings in one to mark Harry and Meghan"s big day - video

The will-he-won’t-he saga (conclusion: he won’t) gripped readers, upended the British royal family’s choreographed preparations and sent other media outlets scrambling to follow up TMZ’s daily updates.
The House of Windsor and the hounds of Fleet Street, humbled by an operation based at a former post office distribution centre wi…

Inside Prince William and Kate Middleton"s 2011 wedding

Advertisement Image credit: Getty ImagesCatherine Middleton and Prince William first met while studying at St Andrews University in Scotland and became engaged on 16 November 2010, with Clarence House announcing the news that Prince William had proposed with his late mother"s sapphire engagement ring. They wed on April 29, 2011 at Westminster Abbey. On the morning of the wedding, the bride dressed at London’s regal Goring Hotel. A few minutes before the 11am service, Catherine arrived at the iconic abbey with her father, Michael Middleton, in a Rolls-Royce Phantom VI, to the deafening jubilation of the crowd. The grand unveiling put months of speculation to rest: the bride had chosen a Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen wedding dress and shoes. Advertisement The bride"s ‘something borrowed’ was the Cartier Halo tiara lent to her by Her Majesty the Queen. Here, Catherine’s sister, Pippa Middleton, holds the train of her gown. Pippa also wore custom Sarah Burton for Alexande…

What Meghan and Harry Can Teach William and Kate

What an extraordinary week it has been for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.Although the couple were married only on Saturday last week, they have already carried out their first engagement as a married couple, making a public appearance at a garden party, with 6000 invited guests, to celebrate Prince Charles’ 70th birthday (a little early perhaps as it doesn"t actually occur until November.)They were, by all accounts, a sensation. Meghan looked incredible, dressed in a stunning pink and taupe summer dress by Goat and a Philip Treacy hat, and chatted breezily with numerous guests. She opened her conversation, as has become her signature, with a breezy, “Hi, I’m Meghan!”Although the Palace are unwilling to give any precise or exact commitments, sources are suggesting that we will be seeing much, much more of Meghan and Harry over the coming six months than might have been anticipated.A trip to Dublin is apparently in the pipeline, and, possibly a mission to Australia, where the two …

Kelso Photographer travels to England for Royal Wedding

Many of us try to keep our personal and professional lives separate, after spending all day working most of us don"t want to bring our jobs home.But for a wedding photographer, like Taylor Seyer, she takes her work home as she captures the simple moments."Yea the simple moments that embody who they are as a couple compared to just smiling at the camera," said Seyer. She"s been shooting for about 5 years, and has captured 30 weddings, but has 19 more coming this year. For her, it"s all about simplicity."Like every couple has that perfect bear hug that makes them feel at home and makes them feel at peace," said Seyer. "Yea like that little moment that"s theirs, capturing that is probably the best thing."Download the KFVS News app: iPhone | AndroidBut her favorite wedding she"s shot didn"t come with a paycheck, just a travel itinerary."I never expected to see any of the royal wedding, especially where I wa…

Why Meghan Markle"s wedding reception poem brought guests to tears.

In the days after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle‘s wedding, there were a number of reports about the couple’s reception. Both Prince Harry and his brother Prince William were said to have made particularly moving speeches, as did their father, Prince Charles.
But while it was understood in advance that Meghan Markle would speak at the event, making her the first royal bride to officially address her wedding guests, we haven’t heard the details of the 36-year-old’s speech. Until now.
According to The Sunthe actress read an “emotional poem” about her “intense love” for Prince Harry.
Speaking to the publication, one guest said, “Meghan totally stole the show”.
“It was the most special part of the entire day and the most unexpected.
The Mamamia Out Loud team huddle together for a raw, unedited, and slightly inappropriate Royal Wedding debrief.
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The guest added that most of the room was “­misty-eyed by the final line,” with H…