Born bishop to preach at royal wedding

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It is not yet known where they'll be staying on the night before the wedding but having said that it's sure to be a five-star hotel at the very least.

It's almost time, Royal watchers - just six days before the big event!

Markle's father is an Episcopalian, while her mother belonged to another Protestant denomination. Meghan has a special love of flowers and mentioned that she particularly loves peonies (this she spoke about on her Instagram account before it was deleted), so we can assume there will be peony roses (traditional white or perhaps the palest of pink to break with tradition). Just as African-Americans (let alone European Americans and Asian-Americans) never dreamed in their lifetimes that there would ever be a black president of the United States, so it is that we never thought in our lifetimes that there would be a black member of the royal family.

The flowers will have lots of symbolism both for Meghan the bride as well as traditional symbols that she will want to put into her bouquet out of respect for the royals. But taking place outside of London (and for a royal who is unlikely to be a future king), it's certain to have a different, more "relaxed" energy to that of royal weddings past. I think she will strive to mix British with American influence on the day.

"Normal protocol suggests you shouldn't approach the Queen or ask her any questions", said Larcome. Some will be on foot, and others will arrive by vehicle. In 2002 he admitted smoking cannabis and getting drunk when underage in a pub near the royal family's country estate.

Markle, who was born in Los Angeles, made her first TV appearance in a 2002 episode of the medical drama "General Hospital" and has appeared in other TV shows and films. After that, they can chill out a bit and call her "Ma'am".

The likeness of the U.S. former television actress is in a green dress like the one she wore when the couple, who are getting married at Windsor Castle on May 19, announced their engagement in November.

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The wedding has been planned to happen from the oldest and greatest inhabited castle on earth and an official residence of the Queen, that spends all her weekends there.

Princess Eugenie, 28, the younger daughter of the monarch's second son Prince Andrew, is due to marry her socialite fiance Jack Brooksbank in October.

But another poll conducted this week showed that more than half the country does not plan to watch the couple Wednesday, according to Reuters.

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