Fergie left off guest list to Prince Charles' party celebrating royal wedding

Posted May 08, 2018

Cape Town - In less than two weeks Meghan Markle will be walking down the aisle in the dress of her dreams.

The flame-haired prince and the 36-year-old actress will tie the knot at St. George's Chapel in Windsor Castle, Windsor, in front of the whole world - just eight months after they announced their engagement.

Prince Andrew's ex wife Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York, has been left off the guestlist for the couple's private evening reception, according to reports. The film comes six days ahead of the couple's May 19 nuptials.

Meghan's half-sister, Samantha Grant, was also bitter at not being invited to her wedding.

According to Kensington Palace, the very first thing we're set to see of the day is Meghan and Harry's 1,200 guests arrive from 6:30pm (9:30am United Kingdom time) on May 19th.

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It was confirmed that the royal family will pay for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's 2018 wedding.

The Archbishop, who is the second most senior figure in the church after the Queen, who is supreme governor of the Church of England, has already had an instrumental role in preparing Ms Markle for the wedding.

Harrold said her future husband Harry and the other royals would help to steer Markle through any minefields.

"We expect the journey into the Castle to take them along part of the Long Walk, allowing members of the public gathered there to see the vehicle as it passes", the statement reads.

Some royals opt to use their territorial designation as their last name instead, as both William and Harry did when they served in the military; at that time, they went by William Wales and Harry Wales.

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The last thing we can expect to officially see is the lovebirds leaving Windsor Castle to make their way to their reception at Frogmore House.

They said: "It sounds a lot but this is the wedding of the year and hundreds of hours of manpower have gone into making it, nearly all by hand".

A 25-minute carriage ride will then begin.

"They were saying how come they (the royal family) have this money and you have to bring a picnic", he said. Before that, though, check out this hourlong broadcast, which will feature interviews from prominent figures in entertainment as well as Markle and Prince Harry's close friends. Live From The Royal Wedding, starting from 4 p.m.

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