The royal wedding is only weeks away (who's counting?) and nearly everything is in order for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's nuptials. And naturally, the Prince is really looking forward to his big day.
According to People, a source says that the groom-to-be is apparently “exceptionally happy, extremely excited” about his upcoming wedding. And why shouldn't he be? Harry and his bride have been gearing up for their big for months now, after first revealing their engagement in November. Finally, the couple's May 19 ceremony at St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle and evening reception at Frogmore House are right around the corner!
But Harry isn't the only one getting excited for the wedding—the bride has also been busy prepping for May 19. Markle was recently visited by her stylist friend and potential maid of honor Jessica Mulroney. According to People, Mulroney flew into London to help the bride with some final details before she walks down the aisle.
With their wedding plans pretty much in place, these two have a lot to be excited—and rest up—for. According to Kensington Palace's digital calendar that allows you see the royal family's upcoming events, Prince Harry currently has nothing on deck leading up to the wedding, so it looks like he and Markle will get to enjoy a well-deserved break from public events until the big day.
From their lemon elderflower wedding cake to their next-level ceremony music featuring 19-year-old cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason, Christian gospel group Karen Gibson and the Kingdom Choir, and an orchestra conducted by Christopher Warren-Green with musicians from the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, the English Chamber Orchestra, and the Philharmonia Orchestra, we see why Prince Harry is so "exceptionally happy" for his big day—because so are we!