The Royal Wedding Is Now Finally, Officially Approved by the Queen

Posted May 14, 2018

Fortunately for Harry, the Queen gave her blessing along with her formal consent at the meeting of the Privy Council on March 14 this year.

Pictures have been released of the Instrument of Consent, an elaborate notice of approval, in which the Queen agrees that Prince Harry can marry Meghan Markle.

It shared: "The design to the left of the text incorporates a red dragon, the heraldic symbol of Wales, together with the UK's floral emblems - the rose, thistle and shamrock". Harry falls under this category since he is sixth in line for the throne, behind his father Prince Charles, brother Prince William, nephew Prince George, niece, Princess Charlotte, and newborn nephew Prince Louis. The memento with lovely details celebrating Harry and Meghan's heritage.

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Even though Prince Harry has issued orders to the press to leave his future wife's family alone, Thomas Markle allegedly teamed up with infamous paparazzo Jeff Rayner and has been taking photos from the minute he got to London.

According to the Palace, "the Instrument of Consent is drafted by the Crown Office and is, in the case of Prince Harry's marriage, hand-written and illuminated on vellum by one of a panel of scrivener artists retained by the Crown Office". Beneath the Label are olive branches, adopted from the Great Seal of the United States.

It required descendants of King George II to get the sovereign's consent before they Wednesday, otherwise their marriages would be invalid.

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Four horses will draw the carriage from Windsor Castle through the town center and back for the wedding reception.

The Chicago-born leader of the Episcopal Church, Presiding Bishop Michael Curry, has accepted an invitiation to preach at the ceremony next Saturday in Windsor, England, officials said. For this document, revealed with just under a week to go until the Royal Wedding, underlines the importance of the Commonwealth to both the Monarch and the couple whose marriage gets the ultimate go ahead with this headline-making piece of vellum. She will fall somewhere between the two with a modern wedding dress that keeps her look young yet classically feminine, perhaps with a nod to the style of a Hollywood icon, such as Audrey Hepburn.

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