There will also be several viewing areas along the procession route, where members of the public will be able to watch the newlywed royal couple pass through.
It's clear that the date went well, given the fact that Harry and Meghan are now engaged to be married. Markle is going to be very aware of the small number of mixed-race and black employees in the royal palaces (estimated at 6 per cent) - and may directly or indirectly cause that number to rise. They look so happy, - replied the wife of David Beckham.
Greer, 79, who is not an advocate of marriage and calls the institution "a hopeless system" sounded disingenuous when she conceded, "I wish them all the best, I hope they have a wonderful life together", laughing.
"I sincerely think this is a genuine love match".
She went to a school famous for educating the children of Hollywood heavyweights with classmates like Scarlett Johansson and became renowned for her star quality.
"It's a lovely couple, and it's great to see they found love and I just feel like it's going to grow because there's a generation who are going to discover the royal family in a slightly different way - I think this is a really good time for Meghan and for Harry". Why she chose Chicago for the stop is not entirely clear-but it reminds us of a sequence in a romantic comedy before the final act where the protagonist returns to a place representing their roots for one last moment of reflection.
The book claims Meghan's bi-racial identity and activism are core aspects of her personality that will shake up the royal family and could force them to "up their own game because she's a smart new girl on the block".
The Bride to Be was seen at Chicago's O'Hare Airport Terminal Thursday morning and certainly will depart the USA on Sunday, " the Chicago Tribune Documented.
"She will have grasped instantly that here we have a situation where she's giving up a lot in order to hopefully achieve a lot more". "She will realise the monarchy has been around 1000 years and she is not going to start throwing her weight around in the early days".
"The narrative is always, "You build them up and knock them down". Unfortunately no, but I'm sure she will look awesome, - said Beckham. "About what? It may be that she's too voluble, she's too confident, there'll be some kind of criticism but so far she's had a pretty good run".