Harry and Meghan are inviting 250 armed forces members to their wedding
- Author: Marlene Weaver Mar 30, 2018,
Mar 30, 2018, 4:15
That's why plenty of royals fans have been wondering whether or not Meghan Markle will ask her future sister-in-law, Kate Middleton, to be her maid of honour.
"Ms is the correct way to refer to a divorced woman before either her birth name or married name", Fitzwilliams explained.
On the big day, anyone wishing to see the royal procession take place through Windsor will be subject to searches by the police.
The actress was married to producer Trevor Engelson between 2011 and 2013. "She's definitely a modern royal-to-be - and this is going to be a modern royal wedding".
"It was first used in connection to Meghan in the November engagement announcement and since then has been used throughout the royal household's communications, on press releases, invitations and social media", Hanson continued.
He added: "It is another subtle sign that the royal household is moving with the times".
The couple divorced three years later citing irreconcilable differences, with insiders blaming the amicable split on clashes in their work schedule.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's post-wedding carriage ride route may be closed to latecomers if the 100,000 revellers expected become a safety issue.
Kensington Palace confirmed last week that guests had been invited to a service at St. George's Chapel on May 19 followed by a lunchtime reception at St. George's Hall, hosted by Queen Elizabeth II.
"The wording referring to Meghan on the wedding invitations is a first but this is a unique wedding".
The "Suits" star - who is set to Wednesday Prince Harry in May - handed out lessons in the art of writing, whilst she worked at Paper Source in Beverly Hills in 2004 and 2005.
While we're willing to bet the 36-year-old chose Mulroney for the coveted role, other suggested possibilities include celebrity friend Priyanka Chopra or "Suits" co-star Sarah Rafferty, Elle U.K. reported.
The force is working closely with Scotland Yard, responsible for the security of the royal family inside Windsor Castle.