Smiling, Meghan Markle wears all white as she leaves wedding rehearsal
The members of the Royal Family were spotted heading and leaving the wedding rehearsal that took place at Windsor. Meghan Markle seemed to be very cheerful and excited.
In less than 24 hours, on May 19, 2018, the world will be able to witness Prince Harry and Meghan tie the knot at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle, but an event of such magnitude requires preparation.
The couple, along with The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William and Kate Middleton, spent some time practicing their roles, and Kensington Palace shared some photos of the reversal on its Twitter page.
Harry had a more stern expression on his face than his bride-to-be. The couple's Range Rover was seen transporting them up the famous Long Walk to plan the final preparations before the ceremony.
Members of the Armed Forces paraded down the planned route for the procession, and whether on foot or by horse, the soldiers gave hundreds of people that had gathered there a show.
Inside the chapel, the choir chosen to perform at the wedding was photographed practicing their vocals in an already decorate scenario; everything needs to be perfect on Saturday, no second tries.
Despite the happy moment in her life, Meghan couldn't help but confess her disappointment for not being able to be walked down the aisle by her father, Thomas Markle Sr, who is currently in the hospital.
Through an announcement shared on Twitter, Meghan revealed that her father wouldn't be able to attend the ceremony and that she had always loved and cared for him. She also asked for his father to be given space to 'focus on his health.'
Harry and Meghan arrive for wedding rehearsal in Windsor pic.twitter.com/NRcbAWXh3a— Elliot Wagland (@elliotwagland) May 17, 2018
Considering Markle Sr.'s absence from the event, the 36-year-old bride will be walked down the aisle by Charles, the Prince of Wales and father to both William and Harry.
Markle Sr. was also caught in a scandal involving staged photographs. The 73-year-old made a deal with the paparazzi and posed for the cameras as he prepared for the wedding.
His daughter, Samantha Grant, came to public and admitted that it was her idea to stage the photos and that the plan was for the world to see her father in a better light, which would benefit the Royal Family in the process.