Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
Meghan Markle is expected to carry a myrtle on her royal wedding with Prince Harry. Pictured: Prince Harry and Markle visit Reprezent 107.3FM on Jan. 9, 2018 in London. Getty Images/Jack Taylor

Meghan Markle is expected to continue a special royal tradition on her wedding with Prince Harry.

When the "Suits" star walks down the aisle on her big day, the ceremony is expected to be filled with family traditions from both sides. For the royals, every bride since Queen Victoria is expected to carry a small piece of myrtle in their wedding bouquet, Mirror reported.

Myrtle is a flower that represents love and marriage, so it is very fitting for the occasion. In addition, the small flower is special as it is grown from Queen Victoria's bush in the Isle of Wight, which was given to her as a gift by Prince Albert's grandmother.

Kate Middleton also complied with this tradition when she married Prince William in 2011. Her simple and classic bouquet, which was designed by Shane Connolly, included myrtle. Markle is expected to do the same when she ties the knot with Prince Harry on May 19.

Prince Harry and Markle are in the middle of planning of their royal wedding. Although the couple will be following some traditions, an insider revealed that the bride and groom want to do things their way so there may be "unconventional surprises."

"With the wedding, they both want to do things their way. While they will always be mindful of traditions and the views of their elders, the day is ultimately about them and what they want to do," a source told Us Weekly. "The day of the wedding itself will certainly hold a few unconventional surprises. Don’t expect a royal wedding by numbers. They want to involve their friends and family as much in as much as possible throughout the day."

Prince Harry and Markle's big day will differ from Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles' ceremony. The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall had a civil wedding and a service of blessings in St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle, the same venue for the next royal wedding.

However, it will not be as grand as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's royal wedding in 2011. Prince William and Middleton's venue is bigger. In addition, Prince Harry and Markle may not have the balcony kiss as it is impossible for them to return to the Buckingham Palace immediately after the ceremony.

The couple may also skip the horse-drawn carriage. However, they might find another way to recreate this traditional royal ride.