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After the ceremony, the newlyweds will take a two-mile horse and carriage ride through the town of Windsor so the public can take part in their special day. “They hope this short journey will provide an opportunity for more people to come together around Windsor and to enjoy the atmosphere of this special day,” Kensington Palace tweeted Monday. After leaving the chapel the newlyweds will travel along the town’s main street and then down the so-called “Long Walk” before arriving back at Windsor Castle. “They want to be able to give the public a chance to share their celebrations with them, be part of the day that was very important to Harry and Meghan when they first got engaged,” Nikkah said. At 1pm the couple, now married, will undertake a Carriage Procession from St George's Chapel through Windsor Town returning to Windsor Castle along the Long Walk. pic.twitter.com/Lw6RaqY0p5 — Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) February 12, 2018 It’s a royal procession similar to the wedding of Queen Elizabeth’s youngest son, Prince Edward and Sophie, Countess of Wessex in 1999. Carriage rides are a royal tradition. Prince William and Kate rode in one after their 2011 ceremony, as did Prince Charles and Lady Diana before them. There will be a reception at St George’s Hall for the couple and guests from the congregation followed by a private reception in the evening for close family and friends.
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