With just days left on the calendar until Meghan Markle and Prince Harry tie the knot in May 19's royal wedding, it's rather safe to say that the world is waiting with bated breath to finally lay eyes on the bride-to-be's wedding dress that'll surely go down in history. After all, most royal wedding dresses do. Who could forget Kate Middleton's Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen lace wedding dress? Similarly, Princess Diana's extravagant gown is downright iconic. And Grace Kelly's royal gown is now the very definition of elegance. But while royal wedding dresses get committed to both memory and history books, what about the attire of royal grooms?
While it's certainly hard to compete with their bride's gorgeous gown, the groom's garb at royal weddings is equally as important and oh-so interesting. If Prince Harry were to take a page out of his brother Prince William's playbook, he might wear his military uniform come May 19. At Will's own royal wedding back in 2011, the groom wore the Colonel of the Irish Guards uniform. There's a chance Harry will do the same, donning the uniform of a captain of the Blues and Royals, which he also wore to his brother's big day. But the two brothers are far from the first royal grooms to sport military garb for their nuptials.
Below are 24 royal grooms who've donned military uniforms for their royal weddings. Think Prince Harry will soon join their ranks?