Meghan Markle’s role at Princess Beatrice’s royal wedding revealed


Princess Beatrice’s wedding to Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi on Friday 29 May at the Chapel Royal in St James’s Palace, with the Queen to host a reception at Buckingham Palace and members of the royal family will be at this intimate wedding affair.

The Chapel Royal at St James’s Palace seats only 150 guests and in line with Beatrice and Edoardo’s wishes, it’ll be a much more private affair.

So far, details of the couples wedding gift preference has been stated. Beatrice and her fiancé have asked that well-wishers and intending wedding guests should kindly not give them presents, but instead find out more about the work of young persons’ charity Big Change and Cricket Brings Hope. 

However, we expect to see the Sussexes at the royal wedding, as Harry is very close with his cousin Princess Beatrice. 

Harry’s cousins were at his wedding in May 2018 and it’s expected that the favour will be returned. 

According to HELLO!

“Meghan won’t be in the immediate wedding party and like sister-in-law, the Duchess of Cambridge, she’ll have a low-key role, just like the pair did at Eugenie’s nuptials in Windsor. It’ll give the royal family the opportunity to have a catch-up, especially given the intimate setting. While it would be lovely to see baby Archie have a starring role in the bridal party, he’ll have only just turned one by that point, so he’s still a little too young for pageboy duties! But he’ll have plenty of playmates on the day, in the form of his royal cousins, George, Charlotte and Louis.”

We expect to see the Sussex’s at the Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey on Monday 9 March. 

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