Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's royal wedding clashes with another event.

This Morning Live is a shopping festival that brings together well-known brands and small boutiques. The event will give the people the opportunity to meet unique retailers and access different products including fashion, beauty, home, food and drink. It is scheduled on May 17-20 at the NEC Birmingham.

"The Saturday is the same day as the Royal wedding!" "This Morning" co-host Holly Willoughby told Express.

Ryan Clark-Neal revealed that he called Markle to avoid the date for her royal wedding. Unfortunately, the nuptials were already set.

"Well I was on the phone to Meghan and I was like, 'Babes, have you sorted out a date?' She said, 'I have,' I said, ' Look, you can't do that because it's This Morning Live," Clark-Neal recalled about his conversation with Markle.

"She said, 'Look, we've paid for Windsor'. I was like, 'Alright,' I mean, I don’t want them to lose money obviously!"

Clark-Neal is encouraging fans to still come to their event. According to him, they will also embrace Prince Harry and Markle's wedding.

"We're going to embrace the Royal wedding as well so anyone who's frightened to come to This Morning Live on the Royal wedding day, don't be," he continued. "It's going to be a Royal wedding spectacular and we're showing the wedding on all of the big screens. We're going to be following it throughout the day."

Gok Wan who will be looking after fashion teased that they will have a Markle makeover. "We're going to be doing a Markle makeover," the fashion expert said. "We're also going to be showing the wedding as well."

Meanwhile, aside from This Morning Live, the FA Cup Final is scheduled on the same day as the royal wedding. But the two events are over five hours apart.

However, many are concerned if the FA Cup patron, Prince William, could attend the event to hand the trophies to the winner. There are rumors that if the Duke of Cambridge cannot make it, then Gary Lineker, Bobby Charlton or Olly Murs may take over.

On Prince Harry and Markle's wedding day, the pubs' closing time will be extended up to 1 a.m. This is to encourage a national celebration and merriment.