According to royal sources, Prince Harry with his bride Markle will be routing the streets of London in a royal carriage, straight after the wedding.
A procession through Windsor will follow the ceremony at St George’s Chapel on May 19, royal officials revealed.
A Kensington Palace statement said, “They hope this short journey will provide an opportunity for more people to come together and enjoy the atmosphere of this special day.”
Sources further add that Harry, 33, and Meghan, 36, will wed at noon, avoiding a direct clash with the FA Cup Final later.
Their carriage ride will begin at 1pm, following which the newlyweds will join wedding guests for a reception in the St George’s Hall stateroom.
Prince Charles will host an evening reception reserved for close friends and family.
Dean of Windsor David Conner will conduct the service and Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby will marry the couple.
The palace said the pair were “very much looking forward” to sharing their celebrations with the public.
Harry’s brother William, who tipped to be best man, is president of the Football Association and usually presents the Cup Final trophy.
His children Charlotte and George are likely to be a bridesmaid and pageboy....