If you thought organizing a wedding was hard work then just imagine the stress that the Royal Family are currently experiencing as Prince Harry prepares to make Meghan Markle his wife.
On May 19, the redheaded prince will make it official with the American actress when they tie the knot at St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle.
Whilst the whole world will be watching the entire spectacle, there are a select number of people who will be firmly in among the festivities. That includes the 600 guests who have received an exclusive invitation, which grants them access to the chapel as well as 2,640 members of the public whom the charitable couple wants to share their special day with.
Of course, whilst there is no doubt that the bride and groom will take center stage, there is one guest who is guaranteed to outshine them both without even trying.
No, I am not talking about Kate Middleton – although there will be a great deal of focus on the perfectly polished duchess and her two children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, who will both be present on the day fulfilling their roles of page boy and flower girl.
Instead, I am referencing the Queen, who will be present for the entire festivities despite her magnificent 92 years of age.