Meghan Markle's wedding to Prince Harry is fast approaching, but it's clear there's more on this bride-to-be's mind than the usual concerns of flower arrangements, chicken or fish and just where to seat that pesky uncle twice removed.
As they toured Northern Ireland, approved commemorative china marking the couple's May 19 wedding went on sale Friday. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle watched performances and met young people to hear their "Peace Pledges". "I am sure at one point we will need the whole thing", the "Suits" star said (via Daily Mail).
According to People, Sinead Murphy, who founded the company with her husband, Adam, told reporters, "They seemed very engaged with the products". Plus, both Harry and Meghan have advocated for youths to become involved in their communities, with this particular project encouraging youngsters to become peace ambassadors. "I wonder if he has witnessed bath time with his nephew or niece". The stop concludes the soon-to-be-married couple's paired visits to the United Kingdom's four nations. "He said, 'Oh, non-slip'". Kensington Palace released a photo of the elegant invitations on Thursday.
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The names of the invited guests were added in later by a calligraphy printer.
The letter read: "I declare My Consent to a Contract of Matrimony between My Most Dearly Beloved Grandson Prince Henry Charles Albert David of Wales and Rachel Meghan Markle, which Consent I am causing to be signified under the Great Seal and to be entered in the Books of the Privy Council".
Traditionallywhen the royals marry, it's a wedding fruitcake - which is heavily iced and tiered and forms the centerpiece of the wedding breakfast table - but Meghan's going for something different. The pieces, which include coffee mugs, pillboxes, beer mugs and plates, feature a cornflower blue, white and gold design containing a monogram of the couple's initials and the prince's coronet.
Kensington Palace shared that the invitations were printed on English card with gold and black American ink, then burnished to bring out the shine and gilded around the edge.