The wedding ceremony will be performed by the spiritual head of the Church of England (its formal head is the queen), the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby.
The grandson of Queen Elizabeth II Prince Harry and his fiancee, American actress and fashion model Meghan Markle will make on May 19, right after the ceremony of his wedding, a grand carriage ride in the town of Windsor, where the royal castle is located.
The ringed route of the wedding procession first runs from the Windsor Castle along several central streets of the town, where the newlyweds can greet many thousands of locals and tourists. Then the coach will leave on the main avenue of Windsor Park - Long Walk - and already on it will return to the castle. Representatives of the prince also reported a number of details of the wedding ceremony, which will take place in the chapel of St. George, which is located on the castle grounds.
On the day of the wedding, two solemn receptions will be held. The first one will take place immediately after the ceremony of the wedding in the chapel of St. George, which the royal family considers its home church.