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, you have to agree that Spring 2018 can't come quick enough.
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. But what will Harry wear for his big day?
Well it turns out, he might not wear a military uniform at all.
We asked Alastair Bruce, Ceremonial Expert/Officer of Arms for his take on what Harry might look like walking down the aisle and the answer isn't as simple as you might think.
"As Prince Harry is no longer a serving officer in the Armed Forces, it is unlikely he will wear a uniform. However he could, if he wishes, as he hold a special position as a Member of the Royal Family.
"The Duke of Cambridge wore the uniform of the Colonel, Irish Guards, because he had recently been appointed to this by The Queen and his wedding, as a future monarch, was a ceremonial one.
"If they choose to marry in St George's Chapel, as the Earl of Wessex did, I would expect he would choose Morning Dress."
But if Harry does decide to stick with the military theme, Alastair has a pretty good idea what he'll go for.
"If he wears a uniform it would probably be that of Captain in the Blues and Royals, part of the Household Cavalry Regiment, which was his uniform while serving. With this, he often selects the Army Air Corps light blue beret because he was an Apache helicopter pilot, memorably during his service in Afghanistan."
Now, if only we could get some help on what Meghan might wear...
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