The exact date has not yet been revealed.
As they make preparations for their big day, Meghan, a Protestant who went to a Catholic high school, will be both baptised and confirmed into the Church of England, ahead of the religious ceremony. The Queen has approved the venue, and the royal family will pay for the wedding.
Harry's communication's secretary Jason Knauf said Windsor was a "very special place" for Harry, and that he and Meghan had spent time there together during their 16-month romance. "Prince Harry and Ms Markle are delighted that the handsome grounds of Windsor Castle will be where they begin their lives together as a married couple".
"Her Majesty The Queen has granted permission for the wedding to take place at the Chapel", the statement continued. "They also want the day to be shaped so as to allow members of the public to feel part of the celebrations too and are now working through ideas for how this might be achieved". We learned yesterday that Markle and Prince Harry's wedding will take place next spring, but Kensington Palace released a bulletin on Tuesday (November 28) offering more information.
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A spokesman said the 36-year-old Suits actress would retain United States citizenship through the process of becoming a UK citizen but it was "too early to say" if she would retain dual nationality.
They will visit Nottingham, where Prince Harry started the Full Effect programme in 2014 through The Royal Foundation.
In Meghan Markle's first joint interview with her fiancé, Prince Harry, the "Suits" actress announced that she's leaving acting. (In case you're wondering how all those Brits managed to take work off, their wedding day was actually an official bank holiday.) In other words, his brother's ceremony sounds like the exact opposite of what Prince Harry has in mind, and the monarchy has his back on that: Downing Street has said there are "no plans" for a bank holiday to mark the occasion.