Only three more days until we’re watching the events of the #RoyalWedding unfold!
Today we’re chatting all about what’s happening and when on the big day! If you plan on watching live, don’t miss the day’s proceedings. Here at WeddingDatesHQ, we are just dying to see everyone in their fab outfits lining up to see the newlyweds… and the bride’s dress, of course!!!
So what’s in store for the big day?
- 9.00 am: Members of the public who have been invited to watch the wedding day from the grounds of Windsor castle will begin to arrive.
- 9:30 am – 11 am: Guests joining in the day’s celebrations will begin to arrive at the Castle’s well-known Round Tower, and then enter the Chapel through the South Door.
- 11:20 am: Members of the royal family will start to arrive to St George’s Chapel and will enter through the Galilee Porch.
- 11:45 am: Prince Harry will arrive accompanied by his best man, Prince William Duke of Cambridge. They will arrive at the Chapel’s West Steps on foot.
- 11:55 am – 12 pm: The Queen will be the last of the royal family to arrive, following tradition. Followed shortly by the bride who will arrive at the Chapel’s West Steps with her mother.
- 12:00 pm: The church service will begin.
- 1:00 pm: The service will end and the newlyweds will emerge from the West Steps of St. George’s Chapel. They will begin their carriage procession through Windsor as family members gather at the West Steps to wave them off. The ceremony guests will depart the chapel to see the newlyweds leave before moving to St. George’s Hall for the lunchtime reception hosted by the Queen.
- 1:05 pm: The carriage procession through Windsor will begin lasting about 25 minutes.
- 7:00 pm: The newlyweds will depart Windsor Castle for the evening reception, hosted by Harry’s father the Prince of Wales, being held at Frogmore House.
Stay updated as the big day draws near. Follow us on social media (@WeddingDates) or search #RoyalWeddingDates. We’ll be sharing details of the day live from our viewing party so be sure to tune in and tell us what you think of the day’s events!