Meghan Markle set for final Suits appearance

Oscar Cross
April 25, 2018

It nearly feels like the Palace, knowing the great interest the general public has in every single detail of the Meghan Markle-Prince Harry wedding (coming to a television screen near you on May 19), is deliberately taunting us with its dissemination of information, providing a new piece or detail every few days, enough to tide us over, while still leaving much up in the air. "The Kingdom Choir is truly honoured to be invited to sing at the wedding of Prince Harry and Ms. Markle, and very excited to be taking part in such a historic moment", said Gibson, the founder and conductor.

The Kingdom Choir, led by Karen Gibson, will be among the choral groups to perform at the wedding service.

A CELLIST was "bowled over" when Meghan Markle rang to ask him to play at her wedding.

Prince Harry and his bride-to-be Meghan Markle have selected the musical acts who will perform at their wedding service on May 19.

According to Kensington Palace, the couple has "taken a great deal of interest and care in choosing the music for their Service".


The 19-year-old was named BBC Young Musician 2016 and came to Prince Harry's attention last year when the royal saw him play at a charity event in London.

Luke Bond, the Assistant Director of Music of St George's Chapel, is set to play the organ, with State Trumpeters from all ranks of the Band of the Household Cavalry set to provide ceremonial support. The choir dates back to 1348 and is overseen by James Vivian.

Sheku is a student at the Royal Academy of Music and combines his studies there with a busy global concert career. Sheku is a student at the Royal Academy of Music and combines his studies there with a busy worldwide concert career.

Ms. Thomas is a Welsh soprano, best known for her performances of Baroque masterpieces, alongside classical and contemporary works.

Ms Waretini said she wasn't sure if it was Ms Markle's first experience of a Maori ceremony, "but she did very, very well".

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