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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal wedding is 96 days away, but Kensington Palace just announced some major news about the upcoming nuptials.

The palace shared on Twitter some exciting details about Harry and Markle’s May 19 celebration, including the time (prepare for some sleep deprivation) and the day-of itinerary.

Here Comes the Bride

The ceremony will commence at 12 p.m. London time at St. George’s Chapel, with the Archbishop of Canterbury officiating and the Dean of Windsor conducting the service. Noon is a lovely time for a wedding, but for those of us residing stateside, that means rising at the early hour of 4 a.m. PST or 7 a.m. EST. Totally worth it.

Your Chariot Awaits

After tying the knot, the prince and his duchess will ride along the streets of London in a horse-drawn carriage. Ah, so romantic.


While Prince Harry and Markle galavant around London, guests will head over to St. George’s hall to pop Champagne and fete the happy couple.

A Reception to Remember

Harry’s dad, Prince Charles, will host a reception for the newlyweds after their carriage ride.

No details yet on whether invitations have gone out, if Prince William will preside as best man or how many guests will join the festivities. All we know for sure is that we’ve never been so excited to wake up early on a Saturday.

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