There's going to be a carriage ride.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have revealed new details about their upcoming wedding day and they don’t disappoint.
The Suits actress and her prince will be married at Windsor Castle outside of London on May 19.
The ceremony, which will be officiated by the Archbishop of Canterbury, will take place at noon at St. George’s Chapel, a 15th century church on the estate.
Kensington Palace tweeted out the details of the big day on Monday morning, announcing that the couple will take a carriage procession at 1 p.m. immediately following the ceremony.
The procession will give the newlyweds the opportunity to greet the public as they make their way through the town of Windsor and back to Windsor Castle.
After their carriage ride, the couple will have a reception at St. George’s Hall. To end the night, Prince Charles, Harry's father, will entertain friends and family at a private reception.
St. George’s Chapel holds about 800 people, making it a smaller wedding than the one Prince William and Kate Middleton had. They were married at Westminster Abbey, which can hold closer to 2,000 guests, in 2011.
Prince Charles and his second wife Camilla Parker Bowles were the last royal couple to be married at St. George’s Chapel, in 2005.