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    Will Prince William be attending? What about Donald Trump? Meghan is from the US after all… Prince Harry and fiancee American actress Meghan Markle have released more details about their wedding, causing an online commotion among royal family critics and fans.

    According to Kensington Palace, the wedding service will begin at 12 noon at St. George's Chapel, located on the grounds of Windsor Castle – top choice for various royal events.

    The ceremony will be conducted by the Dean of Windsor will conduct, while the Archbishop of Canterbury will officiate as the couple make their vows.

    The 'big day' itinerary includes a "short journey" by carriage through the town of Windsor, leaving the castle at 1:00 pm (1200 GMT).

    Following the carriage procession, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will join their guests at the St. George's Hall reception.

    Online users have responded to the announcement swiftly. 

    Speculation over the wedding guestlist has also surfaced on Twitter. 

    The royal wedding bells will be ringing on the same day as the 2018 Football Association (FA) Cup Final, a major sports event in Britain. Football fans have been reassured that the two happenings won't clash, as the match traditionally kicks off later in the day. Harry's brother Prince William usually attends the cup final being the FA president. 

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