In England, A Look At Harry And Meghan's (Relatively) Low-Key Wedding Site

St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle is about the most down-home place for a British royal wedding that American Meghan Markle could have hoped for. Compared with the spectacular public wedding of Prince Harry’s parents at St. Paul’s Cathedral, and big brother Prince William’s to Catherine Middleton at Westminster Abbey, the May 19 wedding there promises to be intimate – well, intimate for royalty.

The castle is Harry’s family home. It’s where he and William visited the Queen and Prince Philip, who spend nearly every free weekend at Windsor Castle, when they were in high school at Eton. They could walk to the castle on a footbridge over the Thames. The Queen’s stable at Windsor is where all her grandchildren learned to ride. And 3-month-old Harry was christened Henry Charles Albert David at St. George’s Chapel.

The chapel, which easily will hold the 600…

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