St George's Chapel in Windsor will host 600 people, along with famous pals Serena Williams, Millie Mackintosh and the Beckhams.
The royal wedding is now just two weeks away and that means more and more details about the big day are coming out.
While Meghan Markle's love story may seem like a fairytale come to life, it appears that the Suits actress has suffered some serious "racial abuse" leading up to her May 19 nuptials.
The question of who will design Meghan Markle's wedding dress has had the fashion world abuzz since she and Prince Harry announced their engagement.
As such, until Markle marries Harry and assumes the style "Her Royal Highness", she should, strictly speaking, curtsy to all the other royals with such a title, such as Kate, the wife of Harry's elder brother Prince William.
Prince Harry has asked Prince William to be his best man, with Kensington Palace confirming the news last week.
Real respect Barca but rule out guard of honour
Iniesta had announced last month he will be moving to the Chinese Super League at the end of the season. The first of which is an El Clasico grudge match against Barcelona at the Nou Camp today (7.45pm).
Mr Welby said: "I'm always nervous at weddings because it is such an important day for the couple - whoever they are".
According to Kensington Palace, the very first thing we're set to see of the day is Meghan and Harry's 1,200 guests arrive from 6:30pm (9:30am United Kingdom time) on May 19th.
Earlier today, Kensington Palace answered one of the biggest questions about the wedding by confirming both of Meghan's parents will be there for the big day through this statement: "Both of the bride's parents will have important roles in the wedding".
Instead they will hop in a vehicle for the half a mile journey from Frogmore to Windsor Castle. Not from Megan and bridesmaids, and cake it, according to insiders, choose also not traditional - whilst the Royal weddings it is customary to serve a fruit dessert, Megan probably will give preference to multi-layered biscuit treat.
Let's not forget about Prince Andrew, the Queen's third child, who married Sarah Ferguson in 1986, Britannica says.
The couple will exchange vows at St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, joining a huge roster of royals who have said "I do" in the historic location.