Save the Date royal family fans, the official wedding date of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s big day has finally been announced. The couple, who first shared news of their engagement on Nov. 27, initially revealed the season and month the ceremony would take place, but did not give away a specific day.

After being reportedly hands-on in the wedding planning process, the couple has settled on an actual wedding date. Kensington Palace first confirmed the special day on Friday.

“His Royal Highness Prince Henry of Wales and Ms. Meghan Markle will marry on 19th May 2018. Today’s announcement follows earlier confirmation of the month of the wedding and its location at St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle,” the statement read.

Following the engagement announcement, it was revealed that Markle would move into Prince Harry’s 2-bedroom, 1,324-sq ft apartment at Nottingham Cottage.

The abode is located on the grounds of Kensington Palace and is relatively close to Kate Middleton and Prince William’s 22 room home where they live with son, Prince George and daughter, Princess Charlotte. Middleton is expected to give birth to the couple’s third child in April, ahead of the royal wedding.

Before Markle can walk down the aisle and marry Prince Harry, the actress will be baptized into the Church of England.

In her youth, the “Suits” star attended a Catholic high school, however, her mother is a Protestant and her father is an Episcopalian. Not long after the engagement, Prince Harry’s Communications Secretary, stated that Markle will be “baptized and confirmed” into the Church of England.

Although the couple is expected to follow some traditions regarding the royal wedding, Markle and Prince Harry will also add their own touches to their special day. According to his secretary, the pair has every intention of “leading the planning process for all aspects of the wedding.”

“The couple, of course, wants the day to be a special, celebratory moment for their friends and family,” the spokesperson stated.

Markle and Prince Harry, whose wedding will be televised, also want people watching from home to have a special experience while tuning in.

“They also want the day to be shaped so as to allow members of the public to feel part of the celebrations too and are currently working through ideas for how this might be achieved.”

Also breaking the rules while preserving custom practices, the royal family is expected to forgo the American tradition of allowing the bride’s family to pay for the wedding and foot the bill for the luxurious event taking place in the spring of 2018.