With Prince Harry's wedding to Meghan Markle right around the corner, who will be attending? A long list of stars are ready for the forthcoming royal ceremony and the couple will certainly host a slew of high-profile pals and their big day.
Although Prince Harry has admitted the guest list hasn't yet been finalized, we know of at least a handful of the guests will be royals such as The Queen, Prince Charles and Prince William will all be invited. One thing that seems certain though, there won't be as many guests as when Harry's big brother was married in 2011.
William and Kate Middleton's wedding took place at Westminster Abbey with an astounding 1,900 guests. Harry and Meghan's chosen venue has a maximum capacity of 800 people at the St. George's chapel.
Prince William and Kate had a whole host of celebrity guests such as the Beckhams, Sir Elton John, and the late Tara Palmer-Tomkinson. Who will Prince Harry and Meghan invite to their holy ceremony?
It seems we can expect to count on the likes of Serena Williams, Patrick J. Adams, and many others not yet confirmed. We can also expect an entourage of political figures and foreign royals from across the Commonwealth.
Perhaps the most unique aspect of William and Kate's upcoming nuptials is it will mark the first time an American has married into the Royal family. It is even speculated Mr. and Mrs. Donald Trump could be invited, if he does maybe Ivanka will even accompany them.
Other speculation includes the Foo Fighters making an appearance and performing at the wedding after they dropped a series of hints recently. The freshly minted royal couple will tie the knot at St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle.
Although it is a smaller venue than those used by his brothers, the Prince cited the location as being a convenient option for the Queen and Philip who spend much of their time at the castle.
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