Prince Harry and Meghan Markle choose flowers for their wedding

Morton writes in the excerpt that Meghan and Trevor thought "the sacrifice was going to be worth it" with their two busy schedules, but very quickly after tying the knot, things turned sour - for Meghan.

Hello! reports that Prince Edward and the Countess of Wessex were also there, along with their children joined by their children.

Morton claimed "perfectionist" actress Meghan rehearsed how to drink cups of tea ahead of her first 2017 meeting with Queen Elizabeth. So, it seems pretty clear that that attendance isn't mandatory for members of the royal family.

Engleson "went from cherishing Meghan to" - one friend observed to Morton - to "feeling like he was a piece of something stuck to the bottom of her shoe". At Christmas, the former Suits actress was part of the royal party when they attended church in Sandringham.

The Daily Beast pointed out that the royal family may get significant discounts on the services it chooses because of the prestige associated, so the true cost of the wedding may be much lower than expected.

But before their wedding, fans of the royal couple may watch television specials centered on Prince Harry and Markle other than Lifetime's "Harry & Meghan: A Royal Romance".

It was 100 years ago, on 1 April 1918, that the Royal Flying Corps and the Royal Naval Air Service merged to create the RAF, the world's first independent air force. According to People, Craddock has previously done floral arrangements for Kensington Palace. The fair-trade artist previously worked with famous brands such as Hermes, Dior, Alexander McQueen and British Vogue.

The plants used will all be seasonal and include "branches of beech, birch and hornbeam, as well as white garden roses, peonies and foxgloves" which will be worked into designs that "reflect the wild and natural landscapes from which numerous plants will be drawn".

Gorgeous artistry, bee-friendly, and locally sourced?

They have struck up such a close bond that Meghan's dad, Thomas, is now singing his soon-to-be son-in-law's praises.

Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, Princess Diana, Princess of Wales, their sons Prince William and Prince Harry arrive at Eton College for William's first day of school, September 1995. They are scheduled to attend the United Kingdom team trials for the Invictus Games, The Palace has revealed.

  • Kyle Peterson