The non-traditional couple have made no secret of their desire to share their wedding joy with the public, democratising many of the outdated and stuffy royal traditions. Take the guest list for example…
Meghan and Harry snubbed US President Trump, The Obamas and British PM Theresa May, confirming all heads of state were off the guest list.
In contrast, Prince William and Kate Middleton’s wedding was attended by several politicians and world leaders.
Creating a new tradition, the pair has revealed the first of the 2640 members of the public invited into the castle grounds on the big day.
Including; youth activist and amputee Jorja Furze, Amelia Thompson, 12, who was caught up in the 2017 Manchester attack and former soldier Philip Gillespie, 30, who lost his right leg in an IED incident in Afghanistan and takes part in the Invictus.
600 of their closest friends will witness Meghan and Harry say 'I do' at St. George's chapel, made up of good friends, work colleagues and acquaintances