Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will exchange vows on May 19th at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. Now Christopher Warren-Green, who will conduct the orchestra, has hinted that there will be an American element.
A brand new beautiful princess
He told radio station WFAE in Charlotte, NC: "The theme, like any wedding, has to reflect something and I'm not going to say what that will be. I think I can tell you that of course there will be an American element to this [wedding] as we are going to have a brand new beautiful princess. I think I can say without a doubt that there will be an American element to this wedding - of course."
The Third Wedding for Christopher Warren-Green
Warren-Green, meanwhile, was "surprised" to be a part of the ceremony, having already conducted the baton at the weddings of Prince William and Duchess Catherine, as well as Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall could swing. "I haven't met Meghan Markle yet but I've checked out 'Suits'. This is my third royal wedding so I was very surprised and delighted to get the call. I'm really looking forward to it," he explained.
Last month, the musical artists Harry and Meghan had chosen for their big day were announced. Among them is James Vivian, the music director of the chapel at Windsor Castle. He will direct the musical performances during the service.