Royal wedding: What time will royal wedding be? Will there be a Windsor procession?

Lady Gabriella Windsor will tie the knot with long-term boyfriend Thomas Kingston in St George’s Chapel this Saturday. The 38-year-old daughter of Prince Michael of Kent is the Queen’s cousin once removed and is 52d in line to the throne. While she’s unlikely to ever wear the crown, her Windsor Castle wedding on May 18 will attract some senior royals. But what do we know about the latest Royal Wedding, what time is it and will there be a Windsor procession?

Lady Gabriella Windsor will follow in the footsteps of recent royal brides Princess Eugenie and Meghan Markle, who were both married in the same spot last year.

While Lady Gabriella is a close enough relative to the Queen to warrant a royal wedding, her big day is likely to be a low-key affair.

The Queen, however, is expected to attend – making Lady Gabriella’s day even more magical.

Buckingham Palace has confirmed it will be a private event and will not be broadcast live on TV as both Meghan and Eugenie’s weddings were.

What time will royal wedding be?

The wedding will be held in St George’s Chapel, Windsor and will start at 12pm on May 18.

The ceremony will be conducted by the Dean of Windsor, The Right Revd David Conner.

The Royal Wedding will not be live streamed or broadcast.

Will there be a Windsor procession?

While Meghan Markle and Princess Eugenie both had lavish wedding processions in Windsor, Lady Gabriella will not have the same.

Senior royals, including the Queen, are expected to attend the event but the wedding guests will mostly be made up of close friends and family.

Buckingham Palace confirmed the Queen’s attendance in a statement, it read: “The wedding of Lady Gabriella Windsor and Mr Thomas Kingston will take place at St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle on Saturday 18th May 2019.

“The wedding will be attended by Her Majesty The Queen, accompanied by Members of the Royal Family.”

According to Royal expert Richard Fitzwilliams the Queen is yet to miss a royal wedding at the Windsor chapel.

He told “I think six royal weddings have taken place there during Queen Elizabeth II’s reign and she has attended all of them.”

The spectacle of a Windsor wedding procession is normally reserved for senior royals.

Lady Gabriella low-key wedding will not have a Windsor procession to rival Princess Eugenie’s or Meghan’s.

Where will the reception be?

After the wedding ceremony, the couple and their guests will reportedly head to Frogmore House to continue the celebration.

The event will be private and for friends and family only.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s Frogmore Cottage sits in the Windsor Estate where the wedding will take place.

However, it’s thought unlikely that Meghan will attend with newborn Archie Harrison as he won’t yet be two weeks old on the wedding day.

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