As previously revealed, the nuptials will take place west of London at Windsor Castle in the 15th-century St. George's Chapel.
Harry's brother Wills, his pregnant wife Kate and their kids Prince George and Princess Charlotte will be there this year after opting to spend Christmas with the Middletons in 2016.
The palace also shared that the royal family would foot the bill for the wedding - which some have estimated could have a price tag of up to $32 million in security costs alone.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are getting married on May 19, 2018, Kensington Palace announced today. Queen Elizabeth II "granted permission" for the couple's wedding to take place there.
Prince William will probably be there but he'll have a busy day as there's another big event happening too - The FA Cup Final!
Harry is an Arsenal fan, and may find himself conflicted if his team makes the final for a fourth time in the last five years.
The couple announced their engagement on Monday, Nov. 27 and made a brief appearance before photographers on the grounds of Kensington Palace hours after the news broke.
In their first interview after announcing their engagement last month, Markle, 36, said they were having an ordinary night and "trying to roast chicken" when Harry got down on one knee.
Photo Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at Kensington Palace in London after announcing their engagement on November 27.
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