Royal prize on the cards for engaged Harry and Meghan's


THE date has been set, the invites have been sent, and everything is falling into place for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding.

With under two months to go until the big day, there's plenty of wedding prep for the royal family and its guests, from finding the flawless fascinator (throwback to all of Kate Middleton's hats) to buying the newlyweds a fitting wedding present - what to get the couple who has everything! "She taught calligraphy and hosted a group of customers and instructed them during a two-hour class on how to do calligraphy", said Paper Source CEO, Winnie Park, who was quoted by People as saying.

The military's role in the royal wedding was announced in March.

However, her stylist and close friend Jessica Mulroney runs a bridal store in Toronto, Canada, where Meghan lived while filming Suits, so is said to have been helping the bride choose her gown. "The arrangements are being made", she told the news outlet.

Tracy said, "I don't think we are getting invitations, but that is fine, we are so proud of her". "I am around them all more than they realize!" Designer Misha Nonoo and Markus Anderson are two of Markle's closest friends who helped her relationship with Harry flourish and could be involved in the wedding party.

British royal wedding tradition holds that bridesmaids and page boys are typically of grade-school age.

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In addition to the royal family and celebrities, members of the public will also attend the wedding in May.

And just like the Duchess of Cambridge, who picked gorgeous younger sister Pippa Middleton as her maid of honour, Meghan's choice is equally as glam.

The 36-year-old star was viewing the products from Shnuggle when she was overheard saying: "I'm sure at some point we'll need the whole thing".

Members of the public will be selected from different regions of the United Kingdom with a special emphasis on those who have served their community, reflecting the couple's shared passion for charitable work.

The British tabloid Daily Star has interviewed twin psychics from Los Angeles about their claims that Prince Harry's late mother - who was killed in a auto accident in 1997 - will watch over the May 19 proceedings.