Who will walk Ms Markle down the aisle?
According to Ms Markle’s estranged half-sister, Samantha Grant, her father will walk her down the aisle.
Who will conduct the service?
The Dean of Windsor, David Conner, will be conducting the service and the Archbishop of Canterbury will officiate the wedding vows.
What will happen after the service?
After the couple have said “I do,” they will embark on a carriage procession, commencing at 1 pm along a route including Castle Hill, High Street, Sheet Street, Kings Road, Albert Road, Long Walk and finally Windsor Castle.
What road closures will be in place?
So far the Royal Borough of Windsor has announced two sets of road closures.
There will be one set of road closures from 10 pm on Friday 18 May along the procession route:
Castle Hill, High Street, Sheet Street, Kings Road, Park Street, St Albans Street, Market Street, Queen Charlotte Street, Thames Street, River Street, Brook Street, Windsor Greys Roundabout A308 (Peanut roundabout), Albert Road A308
An additional set of closures will be put in place from 6 am on Saturday May 19:
Maidenhead Road, Clarence Road, Alma Road, St Leonards Road, Frances Road, Barry Avenue, Datchet Road
The council has 6,000 pre-book car parking spaces available at the Review Ground off the Long Walk and access to this car park will be unaffected by the road closures.
Thames Valley police have also warned that more closures could be put in place depending on crowd numbers.
Who will be taking the pictures?
The official wedding photographer will be Alexi Lubomirski. He is the man behind the royal couple’s official engagement photographs which were released in December.
Where will the reception take place?
The wedding reception is due to take place in St George’s Hall where it is rumoured Ms Markle will be making a speech.
Who will be baking the cake?
Chef Claire Ptak from Violet Bakery in London will be making the couple’s lemon and elderflower wedding cake.я