In a tweet sent out on April 13, the royal household revealed that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have chosen to use the same photographer who took their official engagement photos at Frogmore House in December of past year.
One source said that Chicago police provided security for Meghan but did not give her an actual escort as she went through the airport.
He told Express.co.uk: "I don't think any particular rules apply here and I don't think there will be the slightest chance that anyone would upstage Meghan at her own wedding". Who is making the wedding cake?
She added that she didn't think it was fair that the former actress had to give everything in order to marry Prince Harry, noting that she'd given up her career, her home country and even her religion in order to be accepted.
The royal expert said that unlike Kate and William, who had to invite members of states and politicians, Harry and Meghan have more freedom to choose who they want in the chapel's intimate setting.
The book also describes a cold side to the woman who returned her wedding rings to her first husband, Trevor Engelson, by post and would deliver a "Meghan chill" to friends "she no longer had the time for" as her star began to rise.
The article on News.com claims that it's very likely Violet von Westenholz was the matchmaker who set up the blind date between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. "Windsor is getting ready to welcome the world to The Royal Wedding on May 19th with bunting, large screens and refreshments across the town".
The 79-year-old also cautioned that the novelty of life in the Royal family would fade fast - describing the Windsors as ludicrous, fearfully controlling and frightfully boring. They look so happy, - replied the wife of David Beckham.
Asked by Corden if she and David would be guests at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's nuptials, the fashion designers replied: "I don't, I don't know". "It's really exciting to receive this invitation and be acknowledged in this way", said Ginday.
"I think she'll bolt", she said.