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Royal Wedding Tour Rides Again!

Your London Tours has launched a special Royal Wedding Tour to commemorate the 2018 marriage of Prince Harry to Meghan Markle. Prince Harry is currently 6th in the line to the British throne. Megan Markle is an American actress. They met when Harry visited Toronto in May 2016 and started dating a few months later.

Private Royal Wedding Tour

The tour will take in the main venues connected to the marriage of ‘Hal & Meg’ as well as famous royal weddings of the past. It includes a personally-guided tour of Westminster Abbey, the famous church where kings and queens have been crowned for a thousand years. This is where Harry’s brother William tied the knot in 2011. It was also the venue for the memorable funeral of William and Harry’s mother Diana, Princess of Wales. This is followed by a panoramic drive-by through the royal London quarter taking in sights such as Buckingham Palace, the Mall and St James’s Palace. See the royal shops, and the former ancestral home of Harry’s mother, Diana, Princess of Wales. Next, a personally-guided tour of Kensington Palace, attached to the London residence of ‘Hal & Meg’, also being the last home of Harry’s mother Diana. It was here in Nov 2017 where Harry proposed to Meghan. Apparently, he got on one knee while they were ‘trying to roast a chicken’!

Finally, we drive out of town for a personally guided tour of Windsor Castle, Harry & Meghan’s royal wedding venue, the largest and oldest continually inhabited castle in the world. Highlights include the magnificent George Chapel (where they will marry), and the opulent State Apartments.

Your London Tours chief tour administrator Frank Martins said: “Our Special Royal Wedding Tour is a must for all royal watchers! It follows on from the success of our popular 2011 version celebrating the marriage of Prince William to Kate Middleton. That tour’s popularity was covered in a news story at the time by the BBC, and we hope that this one will be just as well received.” Click here for more details.