Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will not follow some royal marriage traditions for their wedding on May next year
Newly engaged couple British royal Prince Harry and Hollywood actress Meghan Markle most likely will not follow some royal marriage traditions during their wedding which is set to happen on May next year.
In a previous report, it was revealed that British royals have several traditions being observe in getting into a married life.
One of those is the traditional flavor of the wedding cake which is a fruit cake but according to an article of People, the newly engaged couple will have a banana cake instead.
Fruit cake is preferred by the royal marriage traditions to be the cake flavor for the royal wedding because it lasts for a long until the time of the christening of the first child of the couple.
Nonetheless, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will not conform to the norm because they are planning to celebrate their wedding day with banana cake.
After all, they are not the first couple who will go out of the tradition because the groom’s cake of Prince William was made of chocolate biscuits and on his wedding reception with Kate Middleton in Buckingham Palace, they served a traditional eight-tiered cake.
The cake flavor is not just the only aspect in royal marriage traditions that the Prince and the actress will not follow.
It was said in an article that they are set to exchange vows at St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle which is contrary to the tradition which stated that royal weddings usually held in Chapel Royal at St. James Palace.
A spokesman who represents the royal family said that Windsor Castle is a place near to Prince Harry’s heart and his fiancee Meghan Markle had already spent a few times there during the last year, according to an article.