Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have revealed their wedding date. However, it looks like Prince Harry's older brother might miss his big day due to another commitment.

On Friday, Kensington Palace finally announced the date of the next royal wedding. Prince Harry and the "Suits" star will be exchanging "I do's" on May 19 next year. However, the date falls on the same day as Prince William's FA Cup, BBC reported.

Normally, Prince William attends the event as the FA president. The Duke of Cambridge has not yet commented on the clashing events, but the organization's spokesperson has already released a statement saying that they are "delighted" for Prince Harry and Markle. "Saturday 19 May promises to be a wonderful day with such a special royal occasion being followed by English football's showpiece event, the Emirates FA Cup Final," the spokesperson said. "With millions coming together to watch both events at home and around the world, it will be a day to celebrate."

The FA Cup finals will not be moved to another date despite the conflict of schedule for Prince William. However, Kensington Palace has confirmed that they are aware of the events clashing and will consider their options. "We are aware of it and we haven't announced times yet. It will be considered as part of the further planning," a Kensington Palace spokesman said.

Prince Harry and Markle's official wedding date, which falls on a Saturday, breaks the royal tradition because most royal weddings are scheduled on a weekday. Queen Elizabeth II walked down the aisle on a Thursday, while Kate Middleton tied the knot with the Duke of Cambridge on a Friday.

When asked why the next royal wedding was scheduled on a Saturday, the spokesperson explained that it's for the public. "They felt it would give the public the greatest opportunity to watch, come out, support and get involved," the rep said.

Prince Harry and Markle's upcoming wedding is expected to be much simpler than the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's royal wedding in 2011. The couple has chosen a smaller church, St. George's Chapel in Winsor Castle, which can only hold 800 spectators. Prince William and Middleton got married in Westminster Abbey, which can accommodate up to 2,000 people.

In addition, the couple might skip the balcony kiss and the traditional procession by horse-drawn carriage. However, Prince Harry and Markle might find another way recreate this conventional royal ride to keep the public involved.

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