Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have driven to their wedding reception at Frogmore House in a converted electric jaguar after their royal ceremony earlier today.
This evening the royal couple, the newly created Duke and Duchess of Sussex, headed to their reception at Frogmore House, a 17th-century venue in the grounds of Windsor Castle. About 200 guests were due to join the couple at the evening event at the Frogmore mansion, where Meghan was due to make a speech to guests.
Actor James Corden, who attended the ceremony earlier with his wife Julia Carey, is set to play the role of host and entertainer for the reception, it is reported. The bride’s evening dress is designed by Stella McCartney and is a bespoke lily white high neck gown made of silk crepe, while her Aquazurra shoes are silky satin with soles painted in baby blue.
Earlier Meghan became the first mixed-race member of the royal family in an extraordinary journey for a girl born in LA to a white father and African-American mother who fought her way through the tough world of show business to land a plum role in the TV series Suits. Harry and Meghan’s big day couldn’t have been more different than royal weddings of the past, especially because the prince was visibly emotional throughout – and guests suggested it was the most diverse major event in the Queen’s 66-year reign.