Important news: You can get married at Kensington Palace*
Apologies to those who are currently trying to organise a cheap wedding, but it seems important to tell you that you can now get married at Kensington Palace, i.e. the *actual* home of royalty.
The Palace, which is of course where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, plus Prince William, Kate Middleton and George, Charlotte and Louis live, is also a wedding venue - and you don't have to have an HRH title to get married there (even if you do look like a princess for the day).
According to the palace's website, those with 150 guests or less can host their ceremony in the apartments. If your guest list is a little bigger, you can instead opt for the orangery, which sounds incredible and also fits in 1,000 people.
For the reception, up to 100 guests can be seated for dinner in the state apartments, while 300 can attend if you book the Kensington Palace Pavilion.
It's only available on certain days of the year, and you'll need to enquire about prices since they're not advertised on the website - but according to E!, the venue costs around £18,000 to hire for the day on a weekend.
There are other royal venues you can hire for the day, if that doesn't take your fancy. Hampton Court Palace, Banqueting House and Kew Palace are amount those that are available for members of the public.
Slight warning if you're keen, though; they almost definitely book up way in advance. 2024 wedding, anyone?
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