The Queen Might Not Attend The Prince Harry's Wedding?

While all the world is waiting for the Royal wedding of Prince Harry and Miss Meghan Markle, it was suspected the Queen would not attend the wedding ceremony.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been preparing for their wedding since November the 27th 2017 when they announced their engagement. 

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It goes without saying, the couple wants everything to be perfect! However, there were assumptions about whether the Queen will attend the church ceremony!

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She is the Supreme Governor of English Church and takes this title with a huge responsibility. The church is standing against divorces, and before 2002 it would not marry those who had divorced earlier.

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Since Meghan Markle has been married before meeting Prince, it might be an obstacle.

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Meghan was married to producer Trevor Engelson. They were dating for 7 years before tying the knot in 2011, but their marriage ended very abruptly two years later.

In 2005 the Queen did not attend the official wedding ceremony of her son, Prince Charles and Camilla just because of the royal protocol.

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But now the Buckingham palace dispelled all the assumptions. It is officially confirmed that the Queen will be present at the wedding.

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The grand venue is already chosen - St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle in Berkshire, where many ceremonies of the royal family members took place.

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It is revealed now that the royal family will pay for the wedding – church service, music, flowers and reception, but not security service.

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That must be taken by British taxpayers, as in 2011 during Prince William and Kate Middleton wedding.

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