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Harry and Meghan confirm they’ll stick to BIG wedding tradition

They'll stay in separate hotels the night before the wedding

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will spend the night before their wedding in separate hotels.

It has been confirmed the engaged couple will stick to tradition and sleep separately on the eve of their big day, with details revealed of their two luxury hotels.

Harry, 33, will stay at Dorchester Collection’s Coworth Park in Ascot, Berkshire with his big brother and best man, The Duke of Cambridge.

Meghan and Harry will spend the night apart before their wedding (Credit: FameFlynet)

Former actress Meghan, meanwhile, will spend her last night before becoming a royal at the Cliveden House Hotel, just outside Windsor.

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Meghan, 36, will be joined by her mum, Doria Ragland, at the posh hotel.

The couple will marry at St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle on Saturday, May 19 at midday.

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They become Mr and Mrs on May 19 (Credit: Yui Mok – WPA Pool/Getty Images)

Coworth Park describes itself as a “five-star luxury hotel” set in 240 acres of parkland, with its own polo field and equestrian centre.

Meanwhile, Clivedon House is also a five-star hotel (obvs!) in a Grade I-listed stately home located within 376 acres of National Trust grounds. It describes itself as offering a “world of decadence” to visitors.

There’s a spa – described as a “tranquil oasis” – for Meghan to relax before the big day.

Harry and Meghan pictured announcing their engagement in November (Credit: Wenn)

On the day of the wedding, Meghan will travel by car from her hotel to Windsor Castle with her mother Doria.

She will then meet up with her father, Thomas Markle, who will walk her down the aisle.

It’s likely Prince Harry and the Duke of Cambridge will arrive at St. George’s Chapel on foot, allowing them to greet members of the public.

Meghan will be walked down the aisle by her father (Credit: Wenn)

Guests will arrive at the chapel from 9.30am, with members of the royal family expected to arrive from 11.20am.

The ceremony starts at midday and is expected to last an hour.

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Harry and Meghan will then undertake a carriage procession through the streets of Windsor before returning to Windsor Castle for an afternoon reception at St. George’s Hall.

An evening reception for a select number of guests will follow at Frogmore House.

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