Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Reportedly Reveal Their Wedding Date


"This will be the first royal wedding cake made from bananas", The Telegraph reported, noting that Meghan is a big fan of the fruit, and that Harry is known to love "anything with banana".

Since the announcement of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's engagement, there have been several outlandish rumours that have spun us out.

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Markle set off the entire look by carrying a tri-color tote by ESSENCE-approved handbag brand Strathberry, which was previously featured in "Dope Stuff On My Desk".

Although the tri-color version that Markle carried is now sold out, you can shop other colorways of the Strathberry Midi Tote here. Apparently, there's actually no such thing has having a best man at a royal wedding - but William broke protocol to honor his sibling when he Wednesday Kate Middleton.

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Instead, grooms traditionally pick "supporters".

Marlene Koenig, a British and European royalty expert, explained to Town and Country: "The best man or best men are officially called supporters".

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For example, the Prince of Wales Charles chose his brother Prince Andrew to be his supporter when he married Diana at St Paul's Cathedral in 1981. ET spoke with former royal chef Darren McGrady on Monday, who shared his predictions on what type of cake the two will choose for their royal wedding. In 2011, when Prince William married Kate Middleton, around 23 million Americans and 27 million Brits tuned in, so it's safe to assume Harry and Markle will equal or even surpass those numbers, as the bride-to-be hails from the United States.