Palace releases royal letter approving Harry's marriage

Palace releases royal letter approving Harry's marriage

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's big day will be covered by nearly all media outlet across the world.

It is handwritten and illuminated on vellum by one of the artists from the Crown Office.

The design to the left of the text incorporates the red dragon of Wales along with the UK's floral emblems. "It also features Prince Harry's label, including three tiny red escallops from the Spencer family arms".

Representing Markle, the design to the right of the text includes the rose, the national flower of the United States, while two golden poppies are the state flower of California, where Markle was born.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry in London together.

Prince Harry's press secretary, Jason Knauf, has said: "You'll be pleased to know they're planning a lot of work to happen in the second part of the year, which is going to be incredibly busy".

A week out from their historic nuptials on May 19, Prince Harry and his betrothed Meghan Markle are finding out they'll receive what People magazine is calling "the ultimate seal of approval" from Queen Elizabeth!

However, Kate was described by the Queen as: "Our Trusty and Well-beloved Catherine Elizabeth Middleton" in the 2011 letter.

Military tech, such as a counter-drone system, could also be used to keep everyone safe during the special day, according to Thames Valley Police. The Hon. Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury, will officiate as the couple make their marriage vows.

Genealogist Charles Kidd told The Daily Mail that the Duke of Sussex title would be given to Prince Harry, which would mean the title of Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Sussex, meaning Meghan would become Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Sussex. "And so we celebrate and pray for them today".

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