Harry's wedding will be 'very special' say Charles and Camilla

The royal wedding has already been immortalised by Lego

LEGOLAND WINDSOR BRICKING IT The royal wedding has already been immortalised by Lego

And while many would expect the royal couple to be whisked away on their honeymoon to somewhere fabulous immediately following the wedding celebration, not so fast says Kensington Palace.

The episodes - which are available to watch on ITV Player - explores the stories of the women who have married into the house of Windsor prior to Meghan Markle.

Markle's parents will fly in a week before the event to meet and mingle with Harry's family (her father still hasn't met Prince Harry). Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, will be at the ceremony. Unfortunately, Archie the dog, who's watching the royal wedding from a mini Windsor Castle, was not flown across the pond to join them.

Prince Charles has been a man of few words regarding his son Prince Harry's upcoming wedding to Meghan Markle, but a little over a week before the famous couple will tie the knot, he is finally speaking out about the big day.

Of course, the Royal Family can't wait to see Harry, 33, marry his handsome bride at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle on 19 May. And, to celebrate the grand union, a resort in Windsor made great efforts to pay their tribute by creating a miniature version of the royal wedding using almost 37,000 Lego bricks.

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If you still have yet to snap a selfie with soon-to-be royal Meghan Markle, crossing that very important item off your bucket list just got a lot easier.

"E! Live From the Royal Wedding" with hosts Giuliana Rancic, Brad Goreski, Sarah-Jane Crawford, and royal expert Melanie Bromley will start at 5 a.m. Not really, but here's one part of the occasion we will write about.

EST - Prince Harry and his brother Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, will arrive at the West Steps of St George's Chapel. Hopefully, this will be enough to tide Markle's fellow countrymen over until she makes her return to the US on a future royal state visit.

Capt William Calder, 32, who will lead his soldiers in a royal salute, said he reacted with "stunned surprise" when he was told he would be going.

"Can you make a princess out of Meghan Markle?" asked Garner.

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