Britain relaxes pub rules to celebrate royal wedding

Britain relaxes pub rules to celebrate royal wedding

We know Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will Wednesday in May - and even some members of the public will be invited.

"Meghan has an nearly perfectly shaped nose with a 98.5 per cent score, her eye position is exactly right and her gorgeous V-shaped chin is far more classically lovely than Kate's". But the ceremony will be especially exciting because of one special guest that will be in attendance: Meghan Markle's dad, Thomas Markle.

A baptism is required by the Royal Family before Meghan can walk down the aisle with Prince Harry.

"Meghan gets along great with everyone", a source says of the star, who joined the trio onstage February 28 for the inaugural Royal Foundation Forum in London.

Click through the slideshow above for all the ways Meghan has defied royal custom.

The couple, who announced their engagement back in November, shared an update on Friday detailing how they plan to have the public take part in their May 19 wedding, according to a news release.

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For Meghan, despite working in Hollywood amongst some of the biggest names, the moment was "surreal", she shared in her and Harry's first TV interview with BBC. A similar extension was granted when the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge tied the knot in 2011.

REUTERS/Toby MelvillePrince Harry and Meghan Markle will have a spring 2018 wedding.

It's hard to believe that the royal wedding is only a matter of months away. The royal family notoriously would not allow Princess Margaret, who is the younger sister of Queen Elizabeth II, to marry a divorced man, Peter Townsend, in the 1950s.

"This is no tick-box exercise for them, 'Oh we ought to get married in a church, '" he said a year ago.

The Coach Core was set up by Princes William and Harry to support a range of projects they are most interested in, including projects supporting mental health and military veterans. According to the British editor and journalist, they do not want people who are as outspoken as Markle.