"That you marry into the royal family, but that doesn't mean you can't have a regular family with cute children, and here are George and Charlotte to show that that can happen".
7 a.m. EST (12 p.m. GMT): The service will begin at St. George's Chapel, lasting about an hour, with Kensington Palace announcing more details in the days leading up to the wedding.
The procession, expected to last roughly 25 minutes, will take Prince Harry and Markle through the town of Windsor before returning to Windsor Castle, meaning there are plenty of chances for the public to catch a glimpse of the newlyweds. One wrote, "Wow I thought this was a real picture", while another added, "They got her So right!"
"Just one person left to see it - the Queen".
Lt Col Gaselee said whichever one Harry chooses, "that organisation will feel an awesome sense of pride in it", adding: "It won't lessen the pride we feel if he chooses a different uniform because we know he served with us on operations, which is really important".
Nasdaq has noted the fact that the USA loves royal weddings and everything related to them.
A royal expert claimed the Queen traditionally gets to see the bride's wedding frock before the big day - which will be screened on TV. Roberta Saylor said she doesn't think she has met Tom Markle, but knows he returned to the area several years ago for a gathering.
They paraded and gave the royal salute in their dress uniform, known informally as "blues", with a red stripe down each leg and sky blue beret.
While Jade and Zachary's wedding will not have the pageantry of a royal wedding, the rustic chic setting will include views of the farm and 100 close friends and family.
On the morning of the wedding the soldiers will spend hours cleaning their breast plates, helmets, swords and the dreaded thigh-high jack boots they wear, which can take hours to turn from a boring surface to patent-like leather. There are parts of it that I think will make a lot of people cry, but it's mainly because of the reality that we're trying to reflect.
Corporal Stuart Armstrong, 27, a communications specialist who worked with Harry "day-to-day" during Apache training, said it was an "honour" to be nominated and the soldiers had been busy preparing. While looking at hypoallergenic baby products, she pointed to them and said, "I'm sure at some point we'll need the whole thing".