Prince Harry and Ms Markle will start their visit at the National Justice Museum, followed by a walkabout, considered a Royal rite of passage for the new family member, and then a visit to Nottingham Contemporary. "It's a really happy time for any couple and we wish them all the best and hope they enjoy this happy moment". "I love her to death", she said.
Markle called The Duchess of Cambridge out as being "absolutely amazing" to her during her first interview with Harry yesterday.
In 2005, the monarch attended the religious blessing of the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall - both divorcees - in St George's, but did not go to their civil ceremony beforehand in the Windsor Guildhall.
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Newspapers hailed news of the engagement as a breath of fresh air and symbol of a modernizing monarchy. (In case you're wondering how all those Brits managed to take work off, their wedding day was actually an official bank holiday.) In other words, his brother's ceremony sounds like the exact opposite of what Prince Harry has in mind, and the monarchy has his back on that: Downing Street has said there are "no plans" for a bank holiday to mark the occasion.
"They will be making sure it reflects who they are as a couple", he said. That could be why they now "also want the day to be shaped so as to allow members of the public to feel part of the celebrations too and are currently working through ideas for how this might be achieved". He said when she visited Buckingham Palace to meet the queen, "the corgis took to her straight away".
The couple, who revealed they were an item a year ago after a six-month secret relationship, first met through a mutual friend.
"It was this attractive woman just sort of literally tripped and fell into my life".