Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's wedding will be different from Prince William and Kate Middleton's in a number of things. Pictured: Prince Harry and Markle during an official photocall to announce their engagement at The Sunken Gardens at Kensington Palace on Nov. 27, 2017 in London. Getty Images/Chris Jackson

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s nuptial is often compared to Prince William and Kate Middleton's royal wedding. But there will be major differences in the two events as the upcoming royal wedding will be simpler.

More and more details have been reported about the next royal wedding. From who will be Prince Harry's best man, what their wedding cake will be and more. But people should know that the "Suits" actress and Prince Harry's nuptials will differ from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's. Overall, it would not be as extravagant as the royal wedding in 2011.

According to People, there are at least five things that will probably differ in the two royal weddings. First, Prince Harry doesn't want a grand wedding. So, when he ties the knot with the "Horrible Bosses" star, it would be in a much smaller church in St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle that can only hold up to 800 people. Meanwhile, Prince William had his wedding at Westminster Abbey that can accommodate 2,000 spectators.

Second, there will likely be no balcony kiss. It's impossible for Prince Harry and Markle to return to the Buckingham Palace immediately. So they will probably skip this.

In addition, since they will not be doing the balcony kiss, they might skip the traditional procession by horse-drawn carriage too. However, the couple might find another way to recreate the conventional royal ride.

Fourth, the next royal wedding won't be a bank holiday. This means that the banks are open, the Britons won't automatically have a day off to line in the streets and witness Prince Harry and Markle exchange vows.

Lastly, it's expected that the next royal wedding will have more celebrity guests and fewer dignitaries. The "Dater's Handbook" star will likely invite her pals from Hollywood like Priyanka Chopra, "Suits" co-star Patrick J. Adams and more.

A number of sources have already stated that Prince Harry and Markle's wedding would not be as extravagant as Prince William and Middleton's. The soon-to-be groom wanted it to be more private.

"Pomp and pageantry is the last thing he would want," a source told Us Weekly. "I can see him wanting to get married at St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. It would stop it from turning into a total media circus and give the day a sense of privacy that Harry so badly craves."

Some experts attributed this to Markle's being a divorcee. "Meghan Markle has already been married, so I believe they would have a service of blessing," Hugo Vickers said. "You wouldn't necessarily have a big grand ceremony, and it would be more like Charles and Camilla," Scott Peterson added.

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