Kensington Palace Just Revealed Who Will Give Prince Harry and Meghan’s Wedding Address

It is royal wedding season! You might think there is a lot of pressure when all of your friends get married, but imagine how Meghan Markle’s friends feel right about now.

Meghan is set to marry HRH Prince Henry of Wales (A.K.A. Prince Harry) on May 19, 2018. Many of these details have been set for months, but fans of the couple haven’t gotten all of the information quite yet.

We do know that Meghan won’t have a maid of honor or bridesmaids. Instead, the royal children will partake in the ceremony. We’ll see plenty of Prince George and Princess Charlotte! While Meghan doesn’t have a MOH, Prince Harry does have a best man. His older brother will is repaying him the favor, as Harry served as best man at Will and Kate’s 2011 nuptials.

Now we know who will give the wedding address for Meghan and Harry. Kensington Palace revealed that Bishop Michael Bruce Curry — from Chicago, Illinois — will give the address at the royal wedding.

“The love that has brought and will bind Prince Harry and Ms. Meghan Markle together has its source and origin in God, and is the key to life and happiness,” Bishop Curry said in a statement. “And so we celebrate and pray for them today.”

Kensington Palace added:

Presiding Bishop Curry will join The Dean of Windsor, The Rt. Revd. David Conner, who will conduct the Service. The Most Revd. and Rt. Hon. Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury, will officiate as the couple make their marriage vows #RoyalWedding

The bishop is traveling from Chicago to participate in Harry and Meghan’s wedding service at St. George’s Chapel.

If you’re interested in watching the royal wedding, things kick off at 12 PM GMT at St. George’s Chapel where the wedding service begins. By 1 PM GMT, the couple will begin a carriage procession through the town before returning to Windsor Castle. In the afternoon, Queen Elizabeth II will host a reception for the couple and 800 guests.

CBS’s coverage window begins at 4 AM EST, while NBC begins at 4:30 EST, and ABC starts at 5 AM EST. Will you be watching?



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