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This Is How Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Are Spending the Days Leading Up to the Royal Wedding

The rehearsal is reportedly underway!

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There are just two days before the royal wedding and Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have officially crossed all the major points off their pre-nuptial to-do list. As of this morning, all that was left was to rehearse for their ceremony, check into their pre-wedding lodgings, greet the arriving guests, and enjoy their final moments as an engaged couple.

 

Now, it seems as though all four of those details are underway. The couple will spend much of today rehearsing for the main event at Windsor Castle, reports People. On Thursday morning, the soon-to-be-newlyweds pulled up to their wedding venue in a car—followed by a sunglasses-clad Prince William and Kate Middleton—where they reportedly had a scheduled meeting with Queen Elizabeth over tea before their ceremony run-through.

 

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle aren't the only ones getting into position for the royal wedding. The mother of the bride, Doria Ragland, flew into London on Tuesday evening and was spotted holding a Burberry garment bag (looks like we know who she's wearing!). Meghan's best friend, stylist Jessica Mulroney, arrived a day later with her husband and three children, who are part of the wedding party. As anticipated, a slew of the bride's former Suits co-stars—including Gabriel Macht and Sarah Rafferty—have also made their way to London. While the actors are scheduled to attend the wedding ceremony and the Queen's luncheon, they have not, however, been invited to the reception an Us Weekly source revealed.

 

After these last-minute wedding preparations, the duo will spend the eve of their nuptials apart. Prince Harry and Prince William will sleep at the Coworth Park hotel, located just a few miles from Windsor Castle. According to a Kensington Palace press release, "Prince Harry and his brother The Duke of Cambridge will arrive at St George's Chapel" on the morning of the wedding, which explains why they'll be boarding together the night prior. As for the bride-to-be? Meghan's will repose at Cliveden Estate, another Windsor residence, with her mother.