What Part Of Meghan Markle And Prince Harry's Wedding Queen Is Likely To Miss?

Date March 30, 2018

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s wedding will take place at Windsor Castle in England on May 19, 2018. Queen Elizabeth II will definitely attend the event and play a huge part in it. However, she might leave the wedding earlier than anybody else.


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Queen's favorite grandson

We all know how much Queen Elizabeth II loves her grandson Prince Harry. Their relationship is truly special. It seems that the Queen took full mother’s responsibility for the grandson after Princess Diana’s tragic death. The Queen told Harry and his future wife Meghan:

This is your wedding, this is your day. Plan it as you want it.


This is the only time Elizabeth II gave absolute freedom to plan and organize the wedding ceremony. If it is not because of her close relationship with Harry, then why?

Her Majesty might miss some part of the event

Although Prince Harry is her favorite grandson, Queen is likely to miss some part of his wedding. Royal expert Katie Nicholl states that Elizabeth is very happy to see Harry finally settling down and marrying, and of course, she wants to be a part of that day. However, she is likely to pass on the dancing part.

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Reportedly, Spice Girls are invited to the wedding and are even possibly going to perform there. Lady Elizabeth Anson, the Queen’s cousin and the royal’s party planner, told that Her Majesty enjoys songs by Gary Barlow and Vera Lynn. She also said:

The Queen is a fantastic dancer. She’s got great rhythm.


We are sure that the wedding ceremony will be magnificent. As last formal preparations are in progress, we already know that Queen Elizabeth is going to host guests at the reception. And Prince Charles will host a smaller group of guest at the evening reception.


Don’t miss the event! It will be streamed on every existing platform on May 19, 2018.

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