But, weather predictions could see the royal couple tying the knot in torrential rain.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will say ‘I do’ on May 19 at St Georges Chapel on the grounds of Windsor Castle, but the weather has the royal couple worried.
Accuweather reports that there could be rain, wind and even lightening on the big day, threatening to dishevel the immaculate guests.
However, there is still some hope for the couple.
‘It is a bit far off to give a definite picture,’ A Met Office spokesperson told Express.
‘But the trend for that period is mixed, so there are likely to be dry and sunny spells but also spells of rain.’
Of course, the grim forecast has Meghan worried.
‘Like all brides, Meghan is all over the arrangements and a bit stressed,’ a source told The Sun.
‘But the one thing she can’t control is the weather. She is asking about it several times a day.’
Last week Kensington announced that the couple had selected the Ascot Landau carriage for the procession following the wedding.
However, it is an open carriage – so that the royal couple can be seen by well-wishers and given the forecast they could be forced to change their plans.
Fingers crossed it’s blue sky on the big day.