Good news everyone ! Madame Tussauds London has unveiled the wax figure they made of Meghan Markle following her engagement to Prince Harry ! Here is what they have to say:
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Guests will be able to meet ‘Her Royal Likeness’ and husband-to-be, Prince Harry, from 19th May. Placed in front of a 15 foot wide video wall you can choose how you would like to hang out with everyone’s favourite Royals. Select from a range of backdrops and props to capture a moment with the young Royals – from the cutting of the cake at their wedding to relaxing on a private beach.
Dressed in their famous engagement announcement outfits, Meghan’s figure sports the sold-out P.A.R.O.S.H. dress and a replica of the engagement ring designed by Harry himself, with some added Madame Tussauds London magic to make it sparkle elegantly on the future Duchess’ perfectly manicured hand. Harry’s figure – originally created to mark his 30th birthday in 2014 – has been updated for the special occasion, most notably adding the Royal’s dashing beard.
The first chance to catch a glimpse of ‘Their Royal Likenesses’ will be on Meghan and Harry’s last night of freedom. Tickets are on sale for a special over-18s hen and stag do from 7.30pm on Friday 18th May at the iconic location, complete with a bar and live DJ – the perfect way to party with the golden couple ahead of their big day. Find out more here.
Bringing the street party to Baker Street on the day of the royal wedding (Saturday 19th May), our famous figures will be patriotically dressed to the nines and we will be streaming live coverage of the big event to guests as the royal bride and groom’s figures make their official arrival. We’re also offering free entry to guests named Meghan or Harry for one day only. Book your tickets now.
We are now two weeks away from the Royal Wedding, and Prince Harry’s Press Secretary has released even more information on the big day. Leading up to the wedding itself, even more information will be released.
We are now just over two weeks away from the wedding of His Royal Highness Prince Henry of Wales and Ms. Meghan Markle. As they have travelled around the UK in the months since their engagement last November, Prince Harry and Ms. Markle have been incredibly grateful for the support they have received from members of the public.
The crowds that have turned out in Nottingham, Cardiff, Brixton, Edinburgh, Birmingham, Belfast, Bath and elsewhere have given Ms. Markle a welcome to the United Kingdom marked by warmth, enthusiasm, and a real sense of fun.
We said from the outset that Prince Harry and Ms. Markle were keen to make sure that members of the public would have the opportunity to feel part of the celebrations on their wedding day. This is their way of expressing their gratitude for the messages of support they have received from around the UK, the Commonwealth, Ms. Markle’s home country of the United States, and right around the world. In today’s briefing I want to share more details of what people can expect to see in the day’s leading up to the wedding, and on the day itself, and explain what the public can expect in Windsor.
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We are 17 days away from the big day ! Today, Kensington Palace and The Royal Family have shared some information on what carriage the couple will use to travel around Windsor.
Prince Harry and Ms. Meghan Markle have selected the Ascot Landau carriage for their procession through Windsor Town after their wedding on Saturday 19th May. There will be one horse-drawn carriage in the Carriage Procession from St George’s Chapel, which will take the newly married couple through Windsor Town returning to Windsor Castle along the Long Walk.
The carriage will be escorted by a travelling Escort of the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment. Prince Harry and Ms. Markle are very much looking forward to this short journey which they hope will allow them to express their gratitude for everyone who has gathered together in Windsor to enjoy the atmosphere of this special day.
The carriage is one of five Ascot Landaus in the Royal Mews. Ascot Landaus are used for The Queen’s procession up the course at the Royal Ascot Race and also for other visits of an official nature. They have been used for The Queen’s coronation visit to Edinburgh, the Investiture of The Prince of Wales at Caernarfon Castle, The Queen’s Silver Jubilee visits to Glasgow and Cardiff, and on State Visits. Two of the Ascot Landaus featured in the Carriage Procession for The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s wedding in 2011, carrying Prince Harry as the Best Man, Maid of Honour and Bridesmaids and Page Boys from Westminster Abbey to Buckingham Palace. They are also used to transport new Commonwealth High Commissioners when they are received by The Queen, for an Audience at Buckingham Palace.
The carriage will be pulled by Windsor Grey horses. Windsor Grey horses play an important role in the ceremonial life of The Royal Family and the nation, and have been drawing the carriages of successive Monarchs and Members of The Royal Family since Queen Victoria.
The carriage and horses are housed at the Royal Mews, Buckingham Palace.
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