Probably the only thing which can’t be controlled at the royal weddings planned soon, this month, in the UK, is the weather. Some bad news issued.
Torrential rain has threatened to put a dampener on the Royal wedding, with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry tying the knot. Accuweather reports this week’s blazing summer scorcher will subside by May 19 is when gloomy clouds settle in and burst with rain flooding the venue and the town expected to draw in tens of thousands.
A Met Office spokesman confirmed the day does not look promising. At the weddings, Ms Markle will be walking down the aisle in a plush £100,000 gown by British couturiers Ralph & Russo. Last Tuesday Kensington Palace announced Meghan and Harry had selected an Ascot Landau open carriage, which is one of five Ascot Landaus in the Royal Mews for their carriage procession through Windsor. Nice spectacle, this event, Saturday 19 May at Windsor Castle, but how it will be if severe weather conditions manifest ? Meghan is asking about weather several times a day. “Temperatures may be rising but given the amount of rain we’ve seen already this year there’s every chance that Harry and Meghan will be dancing in the rain come May the 19th,” Coral’s Harry Aitkenhead told.