Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are due to walk down the aisle in less than three months, and the finer details of their big day are all coming together.
From the location at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle, to the intimate reception held by Prince Charles in the castle, the couple will be taking part in plenty of common wedding traditions, but there's one they won't be. Chances are, Harry won't be wearing a wedding band after the ceremony.
Penny Junor, author of The Duchess: Camilla Parker Bowles and the Love Affair that Rocked the Crown, has pointed out that most male members of the royal family don't wear wedding bands. Prince Phillip, who married Queen Elizabeth over 70 years ago, has never worn a band. Prince William, who wed Kate Middleton in 2011, doesn't wear a ring either. However, Prince Charles did wear a ring while married to Princess Diana.
“In the UK, it is a modern tradition that men have adopted wearing a wedding ring,"Junor said. "But it's not all that common among the aristocracy. Former prime minister David Cameron does not wear a wedding ring.”
We won't know until after the big day whether or not Harry will join in on the no-ring tradition, but if you see him walking around (HA!) without a ring, don't worry, he will very much be a married man.
Find out more about the couple's big day here.