Harry and Chelsy's tearful phone call before wedding

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Could THIS happen at the Royal Wedding?

Harry's ex was all smiles as she arrived to St. George's Chapel in Windsor, as was the Prince's former longtime flame Chelsy, 32.

Before the two drove off in a vintage Jaguar auto to their wedding reception, Prince Harry opened the vehicle door for his new bride, and in turn, Meghan leaned across to open the door for hubby as they whizzed off into the distance.

In a break from tradition, the bride wanted the opportunity to thank the Royal Family for being so welcoming towards her.

She added: "The speech that Harry gave was so amusing, self deprecating, filled with love, and that guy just has her back".

Accordint to Vanity Fair, the source said: "It was their final call, a parting call in which they both acknowledged Harry was moving on". She also reportedly failed to curtsey for Markle after greeting her at her lunchtime wedding reception, as is royal protocol - and instead gave her a big hug (via The Mirror).

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Harry and Chelsy met in 2004 and dated on and off for seven years.

If Smarties (which are like M&M's for readers who might not have come across them in their own country) are good enough to get the royal family smiling, they might just be the answer for everyone.

Beckham also wore navy to Prince William's 2011 nuptials to Kate Middleton, but she said she enjoyed dressing for this wedding more. She is going to proceed with humility.

"First on the list is silver service - she must be able to tell a fish knife from her butter knife, know how to handle seafood, drink soup and so on".

Cressida Bonas may have braved the unenviable feat of having to attend her ex-boyfriend Prince Harry's larger-than-life wedding, but the British actress seemed to have more trouble with one thing: the dress code. "It's unbelievable what she's doing with all this, [with] her humanitarian efforts".

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