Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle 2018

Royal Wedding (FULL ceremony) of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

Royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. I had tears of joy for this beautiful couple as I watched this Royal Wedding. I pray they are happy and that God blesses their union.

The Schedule of the Royal Wedding
The couple will wed at noon at St George’s Chapel in Windsor, where the prince was christened and Ms Markle was baptised.

Here’s how their big day is expected to unfold:

08:00 BST Invited members of the public start to gather on a lawn outside the chapel from where they’ll watch the royals arrival and departure.

09:30 Chapel guests begin to arrive and must be seated by 11:15

11:25 Members of the Royal Family will arrive at St George’s Chapel. The congregation stand as the royals are taking to their seats.

11:40 Prince Harry and Prince William arrive at the west door of St George’s Chapel

11:45 Ms Markle’s mother Doria Ragland arrives to the chapel

11:52 The Queen arrives to the chapel

12:00 The service in St George’s Chapel gets under way in front of the 600 guests or more.
The order of service

13:00 The newlyweds travel in an open carriage as part of a 25-minute procession from St George’s Chapel through Windsor town.

Afternoon: There will be a reception at St George’s Hall for the couple and their guests.

Evening: Prince Charles will give a private reception at Frogmore House for the couple and 200 close friends and family

Encourage Yourself: Let no man put asunder, what God has joined together. Blessings to the Royal couple on their Royal wedding.

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