Members of the public will be invited to upcoming royal wedding

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will invite more than 2,600 members of the public into the grounds of Windsor Castle to share their wedding day, Kensington Palace said Friday.

Um guys, if you happen to be a dual citizen with the United Kingdom, now's the time to renounce your Aussie one 'cos 1200 of the general public from all over the country are gonna be invited to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Royal Wedding on May 19.

People who will be invited include 1,200 people "who have served their communities", and will be chosen by representatives of Queen Elizabeth II.

610 Windsor Castle community members, including members of the St George's Chapel community. The statement went on to say that their wedding, like all weddings, is set to be a moment of joy and fun, reflecting the values and characters of the bride and groom. Speculation remains about who will design the dress for her big day.

Breaking down the numbers, 1,200 of the guests will be the member of the public, coming from a range of different backgrounds and ages.

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The Lord Chamberlain's Office at Buckingham Palace is responsible for organizing royal weddings and invitations to the ceremony are due to be sent out shortly with St. George's Chapel holding around 800 guests.

The invitees will also be the first to see the newlyweds depart for their horse-drawn carriage procession through the streets of Windsor after the ceremony. St George's school is an independent prep school, originally founded to educate the choristers of St George's chapel.

The Dean of Windsor will conduct the service and the Archbishop of Canterbury will officiate as the couple make their vows.

Also invited into the castle grounds are 200 people from charities and organisations close to Prince Harry and Ms. Markle, including those which Prince Harry serves as Patron.

Normally, at any Royal wedding, members of the public have to watch the affair at home on their sofas, or stand in huge crowds of adoring fans for a tiny glimpse of the bride and groom as they pass by.