Whether you woke up this morning buzzing at the thought of a royal wedding and inevitable sausage roll heavy street party, or mourning the fact that no one will ever propose to you whilst you're roasting a chicken in your Kensington cottage, we can guarantee you got caught up in royal wedding fever.
While most weddings involve the groom making a few trips to Moss Bross with the lads, royal weddings are a whole new level of boujee. Take the outfits William and Harry wore back in April 2011, these aren't your average suits for hire.
For his wedding, William wore the uniform of Colonel, Irish Guards and while there had been debate that Harry might wear a traditional morning suit, he actually twinned with brother William and wore the Blues and Royals Household Cavalry uniform.
But how did Harry pick this uniform out of all his potential options?
We asked Alastair Bruce, Ceremonial Expert/Officer of Arms why the Blues and Royals:
"Captain in the Blues and Royals, part of the Household Cavalry Regiment, was Harry's uniform while serving."
So it makes sense that he opted this for his wedding day.
Now, we just need to wait for Meghan's dress.
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