Prince Harry and Meghan Markle select carriage for wedding

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The carriage procession will begin at 1pm after the wedding service on May 19, and it will see the couple ride along Castle Hill, into Windsor town centre before returning along the famous Long Walk for their reception.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding is just around the corner and more details about the couple's big day have now been revealed.

Former World No.1 Serena Williams recently spoke about Meghan Markle's wedding to Prince Harry and had some valuable advice for her. "I'm obviously super happy for her", Williams said.

Unthinkable! And so it is that the couple have selected not one but two carriages (one rain, one shine) for their procession through Windsor following the ceremony at St. George's Chapel.

There are more than 100 carriages in the Royal Mews collection, with five Ascot Landaus. According to Vanity Fair, Markle will get to choose which of the royal family's state cars, also housed at the Royal Mews, to use on the big day.

"Oh, they're great", she gushed of Harry and his older brother, Prince William.

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Meanwhile, Harry and Meghan's carriage will be escorted by a travelling Escort of the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment.

Built in 1830, a new top was created in 1969 with large windows, and a partial glass roof, to allow spectators to see the passengers.

The collection includes two Bentleys, three Rolls-Royces, and three Daimlers, and Markle will have a choice of which auto will take her to church on the big day.

Harry served as William's best man when he Wednesday Kate Middleton in 2011.

He is already the lead coachman to her Majesty the Queen but is very much looking forward to his new role at the wedding of the year. While the custom of British royals not wearing wedding bands is common in the United Kingdom, it's less known in the US, so Harry's American bride could have had a say in his decision.