Bride’s walk through 500 years of his­tory

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1 The West Steps, where Meghan will en­ter the chapel, which dates back to 1475. 2 The Royal Fam­ily will en­ter via the Galilee Porch. 3 The nave – where most of the guests will sit – will be the best place to spot celebri­ties such as Ge­orge Clooney and David Beck­ham. 4 Guests en­ter via the South Door after hav­ing trav­elled from the Round Tower. 5 Be­fore Meghan reaches the al­tar, she will walk over a vault con­tain­ing the re­mains of King Henry VIII, his third wife Jane Sey­mour, and King Charles I. 6 The Quire, where the more im­por­tant mem­bers of the con­gre­ga­tion will sit. The Queen and other key mem­bers of the Royal Fam­ily sit to the right of the al­tar. 7 The al­tar where the Arch­bishop of Can­ter­bury will marry the happy cou­ple. 8 Be­hind the al­tar of St Ge­orge’s Chapel is the East Win­dow, un­veiled at the wed­ding of Prince Al­bert, the Prince of Wales, and Princess Alexan­dra in 1863. 9 The West Win­dow, said to be the third-largest in Eng­land, con­tains 75 panes, many pre-1509.

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