Former World No.1 Serena Williams recently spoke about Meghan Markle's wedding to Prince Harry and had some valuable advice for her. "I'm obviously super happy for her", Williams said. A father and son duo - Storm and Tyrone - will be at the helm, and Windsor Grey horses will do the actual pulling.
Thousands of well-wishers will be able to see royal newlyweds Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in person as they are driven through the town of Windsor in an open-topped horse-drawn carriage used for coronations, state visits and royal weddings. There are more than 100 carriages in the Royal Mews collection, although not all of them are kept at Buckingham Palace.
Two of the Ascot Landaus were seen during The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's wedding in 2011. Actually, the carriage Cinderella rides to her ball looks like a beat-up station wagon compared with Markle and Prince Harry's. "As more time passes to your royal wedding, it became very clear that this is the biggest mistake in royal wedding history". In the event of very wet weather, the couple will travel in the Scottish State Coach (pictured below). In fact, Prince Harry rode in one as his brother's best man.
Departing in style is a must on your wedding day.
The procession takes the couple along Castle Hill, the High Street and into Windsor town centre, before returning along the Long Walk to the castle. Will Prince Harry follow suit?
Prince Harry travelled in the carriage during Prince William and Kate's wedding.
There's still no word on who will serve as Meghan's bridesmaids, or confirmation that William and Kate's children George, four, and Charlotte, two, will be page boy and flower girl.
Considering Markle's BFFs also include Priyanka Chopra, something tells us May 19-Markle and Harry's big day-will have a star-studded guest list.
"The royal wedding is a chance for communities across the country to join together and celebrate this momentous and happy occasion for our royal family and for our nation" she said.