While plenty of information has yet to come, there are quite a few details about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding we know so far, and a couple rumors that sound pretty likely, too. And it's no wonder.
Windsor Castle is one of Queen Elizabeth II's main residences and the 15th-century chapel is as historic but more intimate than Westminster Abbey, where Prince Harry's older brother Prince William married Kate Middleton in 2011.
It was previously revealed that the pair will say "I do" at St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle. That child will move in front of Harry's place in the line of succession.
Markle will become a British citizen, get baptised and confirmed ahead of the religious ceremony. Hopefully, Prince Harry will help her study for the mandatory Life in the United Kingdom test, a 45-minute quiz all wannabe citizens must pass that touches on British traditions, customs, history, and more.
Britain's Prince Harry poses with Meghan Markle in the Sunken Garden of Kensington Palace, London, November 27, 2017.
Prince William attended this year's match and presented a trophy to the victor, Arsenal. Oh, don't you love a spring wedding? There have been speculations that the two may not opt for the traditional rich fruit cake.
His uncles Prince Andrew and Prince Edward and cousins Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie were also among the large family party. Markle will join the Queen at her Sandringham estate in Norfolk about 110 miles north of London. There have been reports circulating that royal stewards have been instructed to watch Suits so that they can recognize Markle's co-stars.