Recently, Kate Middleton and Prince William was born the little Prince Louis, who, probably will leave home on marriage, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. But little Prince George and Princess Charlotte will take an active part in the ceremony.
Nephews Prince Harry and other children will carry flowers to the altar. Kids will cope with the task, because already complied with this instruction at the wedding of Pippa Middleton and James Matthews in may of last year.
Four-year ivy Mulroney, the daughter of a stylist Meghan Markle Jessica Mulroney is likely to be the company of George and Charlotte, and daughter, business lady Benita litt. With their mother a long time friend of Megan, who became a godmother to twin girls. Among children at the wedding, will and Jasper Dyer, godson of Prince Harry and the son of one of his best friends — Mark Dyer.
Recently it became known that Kensington Palace has announced the musicians who will provide musical accompaniment for the wedding ceremony.
It is not about the musicians at the upcoming party, and for most of the ceremony. To sing at the wedding, invited the choir of St. George — which is logical, as it is in St George’s chapel will be held the wedding itself. The choir, founded in 1348, today consists of 23 boys and 12 men. They will be colleagues from the choir of the Kingdom under the direction of conductor Karen Gibson.
For the instrumental part will meet a combined team from the musicians of the orchestra under the direction of Christopher Warren-green, the BBC National orchestra of Wales, English chamber orchestra and Philharmonic. The list does not end there. The organizers of the ceremony booked and the ensemble of trumpeters. “The choir of the Kingdom really honored to sing at the wedding of Prince Harry and miss Markle, and we are very excited to participate in this. It will be an event that we all remember, and this is the opportunity for us to wish this lovely couple all the best,” said green.
The highlight of the musical accompaniment of the event will be 19-year-old cellist Scheck Cannes-Mason, who became a finalist in the BBC Young Musician 2016. He was invited personally Meghan Markle. “I was amazed when Ms. Markle called and asked if I wanted to play at the ceremony. Of course, I answered “Yes,” People writes, citing the words of the artist, who also noted that to perform at the wedding of the Prince and the former actress he was honored.