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How much does the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle cost?

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle wedding The day is officially here, and the couple have tied the knot this weekend at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle.

There have been endless rumors since the engagement was announced Meghan Markle’s wedding dress designer to whom will the royal cake make. It was even announced that Prince Charles I would walk Meghan down the aisle before the wedding and not her father Thomas Markle the absence of which is due to health problems.

How much does the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan

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However, the big question on everyone’s lips is about pricing. The fans want to know how much a royal wedding actually costs – especially given the star-filled guest list in which the Beckhams will participate Elton John Rumored to occur.

How much does the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle cost?

Fortunately for everyone, the wedding planning website Bridebook has broken down the big day and is offering a quote for the final bill – and that’s pretty mind-blowing.

The website has predicted that the final total will be approximately £ 1,969,873 – 100 times the national average for the year.

This does not even take into account the security costs, which are reported to have increased the cost of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge wedding by a whopping £ 30m.

Here Bridal book made some predictions about the separate cost of the royal wedding:

The wedding dress – £ 300,000

Flowers – £ 110,000

Photography and videography – £ 17,000

Cake – £ 50,000

Stationery – £ 20,000

Music – £ 300,000

Trumpets – £ 90,000

Decoration and production – £ 130,000

Wedding rings – £ 6,000

Bridesmaid outfits – £ 5,000

Flower girl and page boy outfits – £ 1,698

Church fees – £ 175

Groomswear – £ 8,000

Hair and makeup – £ 10,000

Entertainment – £ 55,000

Wedding favors – £ 3,000

Toilets for guests – £ 35,000

The honeymoon – £ 120,000

But wait, who pays? Fortunately for the Markles, the royal family insists on paying the bill – which is understandable given that they pay £ 90,000 for trumpets.

If one thing is certain, we cannot officially wait for this wedding.

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