Today's the big day! Whilst Harry and Meghan are hopefully fast asleep right now, tonight at 9pm AEST, the wedding of the year will begin!
Whilst we were in London in January, Adam, the girls and I visited Windsor Castle and did a tour to get the inside scoop on Harry and Meghan's wedding destination - so I thought it would be fun to share some photos and videos from our trip to Windsor Castle and St George's Chapel before the wedding kicks off - as well as a few fun facts!
Whilst St George's Hall is very traditional in looks, Harry and Meghan's choice to marry there is anything but. With most Royal Weddings taking place at Westminster Abbey, Harry and Meghan chose St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle as their wedding venue as it held special significance for the couple. Having spent a lot of time there together, they decided the beautiful grounds of Windsor Castle would be the perfect place to tie the knot.
St George's Hall was also the place where Prince Harry was Christened - and whilst Charles and Camilla weren't married there, they did have a blessing of their nuptials at the chapel.
Every day at 11am at Windsor Castle, you can watch the historic Changing of the Guards ceremony. The only time you won't be able to see them? On a Sunday when Her Majesty the Queen is in official residence at the castle. On those days, the guard change takes place without music or ceremony inside the guard room.
Whilst walking through Windsor Castle, you might notice some peculiar window-like cutouts on the walls. Shaped like elongated crosses, these cut outs are actually arrowslits - so a bow and arrow could be shot through to attack an enemy without any risk of knights being injured behind the castle walls.