The royal wedding is hot topic nowadays. So why doesn’t talk about it in the classes of seniors? It is upcoming news and many of my students are interested in this worldwide stunning event.
ROYAL WEDDING: Prince Harry + Meghan Markle The wedding of the year is coming soon!
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will wed on Saturday 19 May at 13:00 (CET) at St George’s Chapel in Windsor. Prince Harry was christened in that chapel – it holds about 800 people. Afterwards, the couple will travel through Windsor in a carriage.
Invitations sent to 600 people, with 200 more invited to the evening reception. The couple has also invited more than 1,000 people, who will be able to watch the arrival and departure of the bride and groom from the grounds of Windsor Castle.
There are a few unusual things about this wedding. First, it’s on a Sunday and British royal weddings have always been on weekdays. Second, it’s in May. Many people believe the saying: “Marry in May, rue6 the day.”
No one knows if former US president Barack Obama will be invited. But US president Donald Trump will probably not be at the wedding.
The dress code requests a “morning suit or lounge suit” for men, and a “day dress and hat” for women. However, the details about Ms Markle’s wedding dress are a mystery.
There are many of rules for members of the British royal family. For example, Meghan will not be able to take selfies or to be active on social media. She also cannot give autographs. She can’t wear jeans or black clothing in public. She must always wear tights. She must carry her handbag in her hands. Cross-body bags or shoulder bags are not allowed. And when traveling, she must take with her a funeral dress.
Sources: bbc.co.uk, gradus.cz