As if being part of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Royal Wedding day wasn’t a gift in itself, those lucky enough to be attending will be receiving a gift bag.
The royal couple have invited 2,640 members of the public to join in the celebrations in the grounds of Windsor Castle where Harry and Meghan tied-the-knot inside St George’s Chapel.
Among those members of the public invited to attend are 1,200 people who demonstrated strong leadership in their communities and were nominated to attend by nine regional Lord Lieutenant offices.
Those lucky enough to be included in this part of the day received goody bags – presented in rather environmentally friendly looking tote bags.
The cream coloured bags were adorned with the initials of Harry and Meghan, written in blue, with matching blue handles.
Inside the bags, goodies included a golden chocolate coin with Meghan and Harry’s initials embossed on it.
Being a British wedding, those that received a bag also found shortbread inside – along with a voucher providing shoppers a 20 per cent discount at the Middle Ward gift shop in Windsor Castle.
The bags also included a bottle of water – helping revellers remain hydrated during the course of the morning ahead of the midday wedding.
One of those lucky enough to receive a bag was 49-year-old Tracey Doughty – a volunteer for St John Ambulance in Lincoln.
"I feel very honoured and privileged to be sharing such a special day and representing St John Ambulance,” she told The Sun.
An A List crowd turned out to help support Prince Harry and Mehgan Markle on their big day – including tennis champion Serena Williams, Hollywood royalty George and Amal Clooney, and talk show legend Oprah Winfrey.
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