National Geographic to go behind the scenes of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal wedding
National Geographic will take viewers behind the scenes of the upcoming royal wedding in an exclusive new documentary.
Scheduled two days after the royal nuptials on Monday, May 21st, Operation Royal Wedding will talk to key individuals involved in planning the big day. These names work tirelessly behind the scenes to bring about the pure spectacle that Harry and Meghan’s big day will certainly be.
Wedding organisers featured in Operation Royal Wedding include prominent event organiser, Dominic Reid OBE, who has staged some of the biggest events on the national calendar (including the Queen’s Golden Jubilee and The Lord Mayor’s Show). Reid will now turn his attention to the year’s biggest royal event.
The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, who is scheduled to officiate the service in Windsor, will also appear in the documentary.
They’ll be joined by Royal Windsor Horse Show organiser Simon-Brooks Ward and site manager Colin Rayner, who lead the team that will create a show expected to attract 100,000 royal fans.
Officials from Osborne House, Queen Victoria’s holiday home in the Isle of Wight, will also appear. According to tradition, a sprig of Myrtle from this royal home should be added to the royal bridal bouquet.