Here’s what you need to know about the royal wedding
The more pin-worthy and classy wedding is happening tomorrow and an estimated 60.000 people have been lining up for days just to get a glimpse of it.
The wedding is going to be different from tradition in many ways. For one, the bride herself is less conservative than soon-to-be sister-in-law Catherine. The designer of the wedding dress hasn’t been revealed yet, but several royalty watchers and fashion experts say that it could be a lesser known designer. The dress won’t be revealed until Markle is entering the church.
Meghan Markles father won’t be walking his daughter down the aisle either. Instead, Prince Charles will escort her onto the altar of St. George’s Chapel. They won’t appear on the Buckingham Palace balcony after the ceremony, as the palace is too far away. Instead, the newlyweds will make their way through London in a 25 minute carriage ride through Windsor. Afterwards, the couple will take photo’s and continue to celebrate in private. Security is likely to be tight.
The wedding itself will start at 1 P.M. local time and it will last for two hours. The wedding will be broadcast live on VTM and EEN if you have a Belgian TV. If you don’t you can catch it here on YouTube.