In 2011, Kate Middleton‘s bridal bouquet was laid at the Grave of the Unknown Warrior inside Westminster Abbey – one of the most scared places in the Abbey which is the only part upon which the congregation aren’t allowed to walk – after the Royal wedding ceremony was completed.
It is widely believed that Meghan will follow suit.
3. The groom must wear a military uniform
Stemming from Queen Victoria’s wedding, her husband Prince Albert donned a full military uniform for their wedding day in 1840. In the years since, all male members of the royal family – including Prince Philip, Prince Charles, Prince Andrew and Prince William – have worn their military uniform.
Prince Edward is the only male royal since who didn’t wear military uniform as he’s only ever held two military titles, neither of which he held at the time of his wedding. To wear a military uniform as someone without rank would have been deemed appropriate.
As a result, it will be unlikely that Prince Harry – who served in the army for a decade and completed two tours of Afghanistan – won’t wear his uniform.
For his brother’s wedding in 2011, the 33-year-old royal wore the uniform of a Captain in the Household Cavalry’s Blues and Royals.