Meghan unveiled at London waxwork museum

Windsor Castle made from lego

TIM P WHITBY GETTYWindsor Castle has been painstakingly made from LEGO to celebrate the royal wedding

Madame Tussauds has unveiled a waxwork of Meghan Markle, complete with her sparkling engagement ring that was designed by Harry.

Madame Tussauds has described it as "the flawless way to party with the golden couple ahead of their big day".

Meghan Markle has been baptised into the church by Archbishop Justin Welby ahead of her wedding to Harry.

The RCM have released a coin in anticipation of the upcoming May 19 nuptials of Prince Harry and Markle.

It's the bringing together of two people who love each other- Anyone's wedding, whether you are close to them or not is a joyous occasion.

Meghan Markle's wedding dress may not be white according to predictions.

The public is invited to see the miniature castle in person. "Meghan will privately show the gown to HM later this week (just like Kate did before she married William)".

While Prince Harry has the support of his father The Prince of Wales, his brother Prince William, and of course, his grandmother the Queen, the family of Harry's late mother, Diana, will also be a big part of his wedding day.

Emily Andrews, The Sun's royal correspondent, also confirmed the news on Wednesday's Lorraine. "Can you imagine!" exclaimed host Lorraine Kelly.

Stella McCartney joins a long list of names linked to the much-talked about job, with her neither confirming nor denying that she would be doing the honours when quizzed by a journalist in a previous interview.

The wedding ceremony took place in the Catherine of Aragon Closet (also known as the Queen's Closet), featuring the distinct wooden oriel window from which Queen Victoria watched her eldest son's marriage.

It looks like it's not just the run-up that sounds stressful however, with Harry and Meghan having a lot of jobs and duties to carry out on the actual day.

It was recently revealed that the Queen must approve Meghan Markle's dress before she marries Prince Harry. From there, 200 to 250 or so lucky attendees will move to a more intimate party at Frogmore House.

"Can you make a princess out of Meghan Markle?" asked Garner.

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