Royal Wedding: Inside the Route Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Will Take in Horse-Drawn Carriage

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The route that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will take as husband and wife for the first time has been laid out in the streets of Windsor, England. 

Following their "I do's," the couple will depart St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle and enter a carriage to parade around the city to greet well-wishers and revelers. 

Unlike his brother Prince William's 2011 wedding to Kate Middleton, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will not return to Buckingham Palace and pose on the balcony. Since Windsor Castle does not have a balcony, the couple has instead opted to ride around in a carriage. 

Inside Edition's Special Royal Correspondent Amanda Holden hopped in a Royal Ascot carriage like the one the couple will ride in, and took the same route around Windsor. 

Holden set off for the nearly three-mile procession through historic Windsor, where spectators will get a clear view of the newlyweds.  

The carriage ride is expected to last about 25 minutes.

"The crowds are already starting to buzz," Holden said. "There are so many people around."

Holden, a judge on "Britain’s Got Talent," was recognized by pedestrians as she tested out the route. She posed for photos and said hello to fans as she carried on. 

The route is already adorned with messages to the newlyweds.  

The couple’s journey will end right where it started, at Windsor Castle.

After the carriage ride, the reception will begin inside the castle, where the honored and distinguished guests will celebrate the couple. 


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