Why Meghan and Harry Are Unlikely to Use the Same Horse-Drawn Wedding Carriage as William and Kate

PEOPLE.com | 2/12/2018 | Staff
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Meghan Markle‘s royal carriage awaits. But which one will she ride in on her wedding day?

When Meghan takes her first royal carriage ride alongside Prince Harry following their wedding ceremony in Windsor on May 19, it will be an open-top affair, so that well-wishers lining the roads outside Windsor Castle can get a clear view of the happy couple.

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“My guess is that it will be an Ascot Landau,” suggests Joe Little, managing editor of Majesty magazine. “It’s not as regal or grand as the Imperial State Landau, but it is perfect for the streets of Windsor.”

The procession may also include another Ascot Landau, carrying the best man – or “supporter,” as the the role is known in royal circles. If, as expected, Prince William is best man, he could be joined by the day’s junior attendants, which may include his own children, 4-year-old Prince George and 2-year-old Princess Charlotte.

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Newlyweds Prince William and Kate Middleton used the Imperial State Landau, which had been built for Edward VII 109 years earlier, for their own wedding in April 2011. But that was...
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