Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who are due to get married in May 2018, will live broadcast their ceremony, just like that of Prince William and Kate Middleton, TMZ reported late Friday. 

While the planning for the wedding is still underway, a source close to the royal family said that Kensington Palace will allow cameras in St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle to make the ceremony available on the television.

Media across the globe will be allowed to telecast the wedding and the event can also be live streamed, TMZ reported. 

Around 23 million Americans and 27 million Britons tuned in to watch the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's marriage ceremony in 2011.

The exact date for Prince Harry and Markle's wedding is yet to be finalized but it is believed to be planned during the Memorial Day weekend. Prince Harry, who was fifth in line to the British throne, will be pushed to the sixth spot after Kate Middleton gives birth to her third child next year. 

Earlier this week, the royal family announced Prince Harry and the "Suits" actress' engagement and said the couple has decided to have a spring wedding. 

On Friday, Prince Harry and his fiancée embarked on their first official royal outing as a couple to Nottingham, about 125 miles north of London. They arrived for a World AIDS Day charity fair, hosted by the Terrence Higgins Trust.

With the world excited about the upcoming royal wedding, a source told Us Weekly that the couple will not have a prenup agreement if they are to decide about it.

"No I don’t think they will," Julian Hawkhead, U.K.-based family law attorney, said. "If there was any drive to do so, it would have come from the senior members of the royal family. There has been absolutely no such direction to do this and in fact, I’m reminded of when Prince William and Kate Middleton were engaged to be married, the Palace made it quite clear that they had no expectation that there should be any such prenuptial arrangement made. The precedent has therefore been set by Harry’s father and brother, neither having entered in prenuptial agreements before they married."