Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have some unexpected surprises up their sleeves for guests to the royal wedding on 19 May.
Once the 92-year-old Queen has excused herself, the young couple plan to give reception guests a night they’ll never forget.
The boozy after party will be held at Frogmore House – and is looking like a right royal knees-up.
We also have plenty of details about the night before the nuptials and Meghan’s wedding dress to keep royal fans going until the big day…
Private Stormzy gig and burger vans
The reception will be held at Frogmore House in the grounds of Windsor Castle.
Once the cake has been cut and the speeches are over, it’s expected the Queen will excuse herself from the night-time celebrations.
Then Harry and Meghan will lead the party atmosphere.
"Harry and Meghan have a theme in mind and have planned some fun surprises for their guests, including burger vans, champagne stalls and vodka ice sculptures," royal expert Katie Nicholl told Closer .
"There will be no alcohol limit for guests, but they have banned mobiles for privacy.
"Grime artist Stormzy has apparently been booked by Harry."
Meghan’s wedding dress is treated like a state secret
The bride’s best friend Jessica Mulroney is the unofficial wedding planner.
The women, who are BFFs, first met on the set of Suits in 2011 and Jessica is credited with transforming Meghan’s style.
Hotly-tipped to be announced as Meghan’s Maid of Honour, the socialite has been hands-on behind the scenes and is expected to help her BFF get ready on the big day.
"Meghan’s wedding dress is being treated like a State secret," Nicholl revealed.
"She’s had fittings at a London studio and at Kensington Palace."
But it won’t be Jessica’s job to move the highly guarded dress.
"The designer will take the dress from London to Windsor the night before to ensure it’s steamed and ready to go," the royal expert added.
Spending the night before apart
It’s tradition for the bride and groom to spend the night apart before the big day – and Harry and Meghan are expected to follow suit.
They will either stay separately in London or the Queen may give them two suites in Windsor Castle for the night.
The night before Prince William’s wedding to Kate in 2011, he and Harry greeted crowds waiting outside Westminster Abbey.
Harry could be set to do the same as he’s keen to make the public feel involved.
Thames Valley Police are expecting 100,000 spectators and will require reinforcements from other forces, including the Metropolitan Police.
"There will be armed police and unarmed police, as well as plain-clothed officers and snipers hidden behind the scenes to make sure the royals and the public are safe," Nicholls commented.
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