She must arrive at and depart from the church in suitably regal fashion
Most royal brides arrive at their wedding in horse-drawn carriage. Princess Diana’s fairy-tale choice was the 1881 Glass Coach purchased for George V’s coronation in 1911. Kate opted for a car albeit a very special one for the drive to Westminster Abbey with her father, Michael Middleton. Father and daughter waved to the crowd from the Queen’s Rolls Royce Phantom. Its large windows allowed spectators a clear view of Kate on the way to the altar.
After the ceremony, the newlyweds departed the same carriage that carried Prince Charles and Princess Diana into the history book, a 1902 State Landau originally made for the coronation of Edward VII. Meghan and Harry have announced they will take a horse drawn carriage through Windsor after the ceremony to greet the well-wishers that are sure to line the procession route.