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Megan Hope Martinez Feb 11
I’m very excited for the next ! Do any of you plan on watching?
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Emily Nash Feb 11
Following the service, there will be a reception in the magnificent St George's Hall for the couple and guests from the congregation, which Harry and Meghan will join after the Carriage Procession.
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Republic Feb 13
Royals must pay for wedding as petition attracts thousands
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Max Foster Feb 11
CNN update: - Service at noon (7aET), May 19th at St George’s Chapel, Windsor followed by carriage procession through town at 1pm (8aET) - Reception in St George’s Hall for congregation followed by more intimate gathering in evening hosted by Prince of Wales
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Chris Ship Feb 11
2 mile route announced for Harry and Meghan’s Carriage Procession through Windsor. At 1pm on 19 May, they will Travel along Castle Hill, High Street, Kings Road, Albert Road and The Long Walk
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Victoria Arbiter Feb 11
Not too painful a start for Americans & Canadians on royal wedding day - 7am ET time service followed by an 8am ET time carriage procession. Given it's on a Saturday you can even stay in your PJs!
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HuffPost UK Feb 12
Updates for your diary 📝
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Dan Walker Feb 11
Complete lack of planning for the . You always cross off the big sporting weekends before booking a date. I think we are moving to 3pm - just in time for the reception 😂
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Michael Moore Feb 13
Take a cheeky deek at this petition to make the royals pay for their own wedding - now over 4,000 signatures.
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Steve Marmel 21h
Obama invited. Trump not. Anybody want to start guessing when the “I didn’t want to go anyway” Trump tweet’s coming?
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Harriet Williamson Feb 13
I hope Harry & Meghan have a great wedding but I don't want to pay for it. No taxpayer money should be spent on a when poverty in the UK is at its highest point in almost 20 years & 4m children are growing up hungry, cold & disadvantaged.
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Republic Feb 17
At a time of great strain on public spending and a rising cost of living, there's an opportunity for MPs to demand the highest possible standards of openness and transparency around the wedding finances.
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James Brookes Feb 11
The service is expected to take an hour, beginning at 12noon on 19 May, before the carriage procession at 1pm. It'll take Harry and Meghan from St George's Chapel through Windsor town centre, and back to the Castle via the Long Walk.
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Chris Ship Feb 11
The ceremony will begin at 12 noon on 19 May announces . Prince Harry & Meghan Markle will have a Carriage Procession at 1pm which will finish on Windsor’s famous Long Walk.
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Chris Ship Feb 11
The great banqueting hall destroyed by the 1992 Windsor Castle fire will be the venue for Harry and Meghan’s wedding breakfast. announces guests to attend reception in St George’s Hall
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HELLO! US Feb 12
Where will Meghan Markle spend the night before the ?
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Republic Feb 13
Over 5000 people have added their name to the petition in the last 24 hours. You can too at
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Republic 6h
The Palace claims the will be funded by the royal family, but royal funding blurs the lines between private income and public money - and it's the public that end up paying.
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Republic Feb 13
If Harry and Meghan want to turn their big day into a public event, they need to pick up the bill – all of it.
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James Brookes Feb 11
Kensington Palace have released more details about and 's wedding in May, as per the couple's decisions. They'll indulge the crowds with a carriage procession around Windsor, before celebrating at two receptions.
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