What Prince Harry will wear to the wedding

British brewery creates special beer for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding

This subtle detail on the royal wedding invite acknowledges Meghan Markle's divorce, according to royal experts

In all the excitement, many people missed a subtle detail on the invitation: Markle is referred to as "Ms." instead of "Miss".

"A source said: "[Duchess Catherine] has also been advising Meghan about royal fashion, what protocol is expected and how she may have to adapt in the future.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding guest list will include a few last-minute-yet important-additions. "The Military, and these units in particular, hold a great significance for Prince Harry and the couple are incredibly grateful for their support", the tweet reads.

They're adding a special touch to their upcoming royal wedding!

British pubs will be allowed to stay open late on the eve of the wedding and on May 19, for what the British Government has described as "a day of national celebration". On the big day, visitors may be stopped and checked by police officers.

Nicholl claimed that Queen Elizabeth might not attend the evening reception of Prince Harry and Meghan's wedding, especially if the Spice Girls are performing. However, her past was reportedly referenced in their wedding invites.

It comes after it was claimed Meghan was undergoing royal etiquette lessons in preparation for her marriage to the 33-year-old flame-haired royal.

Meanwhile, Prince Harry and Markle's wedding card used "Ms". My guess is they will likely have a very personal invitation going out specifically for events before or after the formal ceremony.

Members of the Household Cavalry will form a staircase party at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle. Police will also utilize mutual aid from a number of specialist units across the country. She even suggested that they will be performing for Prince Harry and Meghan, as well as the guests during the reception.

Thames Valley Police noted that the massive security operation will be among the largest in Thames Valley Police's history, attracting over 100,000 people from around the world to Windsor.

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