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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry wedding: Who is on the royal wedding guest list?

Prince Harry will marry Suits actress Meghan Markle in St George’s Chapel in Windsor on May 19.

It is sure to be an amazing event to witness, whether that be in person, or on-screen.

The happy event is sue to be a star-studded affair, with both the bride and groom boasting celebrity pals.

Even though the invitations were sent out in late March, no one has yet announced their attendance.

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ROYAL WEDDING 2018: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will have a star-studded guest list

“Expect a mix of some officialdom, the Royal Family in full, friends, and representative of patronage and charitable groups that they are involved in or which to be, like Invictus”

Richard Berthelsen – CTV News Royal Commentator

Who will be on the wedding guest list?

There are two wedding receptions that will be held on the day following the ceremony.

The couple have reportedly invited 600 guests to the 800 capacity venue St George’s Chapel, while 4,040 guests will be attending the event in total.

There will not be as many in attendance as at Prince William and Kate’s wedding in 2011, as the capacity at Westminster Abbey was 1,900.

The first ceremony will take place in the day, while Prince Charles is said to be hosting a celebration for closer family and friends in the evening.

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“Expect a mix of some officialdom, the Royal Family in full, friends, and representative of patronage and charitable groups that they are involved in or which to be, like Invictus”

Richard Berthelsen – CTV News Royal Commentator

Richard Berthelsen, CTV News Royal Commentator, said: “Expect a mix of some officialdom, the Royal Family in full, friends, and representative of patronage and charitable groups that they are involved in or which to be, like Invictus.”

Aside from the obvious, the likes of the Queen, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince Charles, the rest of the invites have been kept a secret.

Kensington Palace revealed that the invitations were printed on March 22, meaning the guest list has been finalised.

Meghan’s mum, Doria Ragland, and dad, Thomas Markle, are reportedly attending the event.

It is rumoured that Thomas Sr, 73, will be walking Meghan down the aisle.

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ROYAL WEDDING 2018: Harry’s ex Chelsy Davy is said to have bagged an invite

Serena Williams and Meghan are said to have been close friends for years, and it seems highly likely the tennis ace will bag an invite.

Harry is said to have invited his first love Chelsy Davy to the event, something Meghan is said to be unhappy about.

A source also revealed to Daily Star Online that the couple asked former US president Barack Obama and his wife Michelle to attend their big day.

On the flip side, it has been speculated whether Donald Trump has received an invite.

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ROYAL WEDDING 2018: Misha Nonoo is close friends with Meghan

Meghan’s half-brother Thomas has reportedly been snubbed and been cut off the guest list.

Meghan played the role of Rachel Zane on Suits for seven years, so it is only fitting that some of the cast would grab seats at the royal event.

An insider told Hello! that “cast and key executives” are on the guest list, for example Abigail Spencer.

Fashion designer Misha Nonoo is close friends with Meghan, and her ex-husband reportedly attended Eton College with Harry, meaning they are likely to receive invitations.

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She has also been close friends with Made in Chelsea star Millie Mackintosh since 2016.

It is rumoured she may be among Meghan’s bridesmaids, in addition to Indian actress Priyanka Chopra and Jessica Mulroney.

Harry, on the other hand is likely to invite best pals Tom Inskip and Guy Pelley.

There has also been speculation about who will perform at the royal wedding, with names such as Elton John, Ed Sheehan and the Spice Girls being thrown into the mix.

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