The hour-long ceremony will begin at 12 p.m. local time at St George's Chapel in Windsor, and there's no doubt the whole world will be watching.
When Meghan Markle says "I do" to Prince Harry at Windsor Castle this Saturday, she will become the first American to marry into the British royal family since 1937.
Prince Charles, Meghan's future father-in-law, may be the most obvious choice to replace her father.
Britain's Prince Harry and his U.S. fiancee Meghan Markle have chosen George and Charlotte, the children of the royal's elder brother Prince William, to be among the bridesmaids and page boys for their wedding, his office said on Wednesday. Regarding Meghan's father opting out of the wedding, Kensington Palace issued a statement which read as, "This is a deeply personal moment for Ms. Markle in the days before her wedding".
The report also mentions that Markle is back in the hospital after reportedly being treated for a heart attack a week ago.
Markle threw the wedding plans into confusion earlier this week when he said he would not attend the May 19 nuptials because he did not want to embarrass his daughter or the royal family after reports he had staged pictures with a paparazzi photographer for a fee. The media charted every twist in the saga that followed: the births of sons William and Harry, Diana's glamour and charity work, and her evident and growing unhappiness in the marriage.
"He was really having heart pains and suffered a heart attack", she said.
GETTYCrowds watch yesterday as members of the Armed Forces march through Windsor ahead of the wedding
"Harry hasn't met him, the Queen hasn't met him", Morgan said.
She has been quoted as saying: "The blood, sweat and tears this man who came from so little in a small town of Pennsylvania, where Christmas stockings were filled with oranges, and dinners were potatoes and Spam invested in my future so that I could grow up to have so much".
"They [doctors] will go in and clear blockage, fix damage and put a stent where it is needed", Thomas told TMZ of the operation.
Her mother Doria Ragland is a 61-year-old yoga instructor and clinical therapist.
Meghan and fiancé Harry are said to be "doing everything they can to help him" and are concerned about the public pressure he is under.
Royal reporter Richard Fitzwilliams believes Harry will keep his beard when he marries Meghan, although it is believed he will groom his facial hair to ensure the edges are "sharp and defined" for his special day.