Is this the £13 wine Harry and Meghan will serve at their wedding? Couple rumoured to have picked same KENT vineyard chosen by William and Kate in bid to showcase the best of British
- Harry and Meghan will tie the knot at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle in May
- Couple are believed to have picked same wine supplier as William and Kate
- Duke and Duchess ordered wine from Kent's Chapel Down winery in April 2011
- Starts at £13 a bottle for a white Bacchus and £24 a bottle for a sparkling Brut
While his nuptials will be a more low-key affair than the 2011 Royal wedding extravaganza, it seems that hasn't stopped Prince Harry from copying his brother's choice of tipple.
Unconfirmed local reports suggest the thrifty couple will order the booze for their private wedding reception from The Chapel Down winery in Tenterden, Kent, just as Kate and William did seven years ago.
The wine starts at just £13 a bottle for a white Bacchus and £24 a bottle for a classic sparkling Brut.
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Is this what Harry and Meghan's guests will sip on? Chapel Down's wine starts at just £13 a bottle for a white Bacchus and £24 a bottle for a classic sparkling Brut (pictured)
The countdown is on: Harry and Meghan's wedding will take place at St George's Chapel in the grounds of Windsor Castle on May 19 because it is a place 'close to the couple's hearts'
William and Kate's unusual choice to serve English white wine at their lavish wedding meal in April 2011 was in keeping with their desire to show off 'what Britain does best' in all aspects of the ceremony, from Kate’s dress down to the cake maker.
As with the 2011 wedding, the finer details of Harry and Meghan's nuptials have been kept closely under wraps and the winery is unlikely to make an announcement surrounding its role ahead of the big day.
Chapel Down and Kensington Palace declined to comment when contacted by MailOnline.
The winery wouldn't confirm their involvement in Kate and William's 2011 nuptials either, but later hinted that it was 'fantastic to be associated with the royal family'.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding will take place at St George's Chapel in the grounds of Windsor Castle on May 19 because it is a place 'close to the couple's hearts'.
Royal seal of approval: The winery wouldn't confirm their involvement in Kate and William's 2011 nuptials either, but hinted that it was 'fantastic to be associated with the royal family'
Thrifty: William and Kate's unusual choice to serve English white wine at their lavish meal in April 2011 was in keeping with their desire to show off 'what Britain does best'
The couple chose the 'very special' venue because the prince and his fiancée spent time there together during their 16-month romance and Harry was previously based in the town with his Army regiment, the Blues and Royals.
The couple have shunned a larger wedding at Westminster Abbey or St Paul's for a more intimate church service at St George's, where his father Charles had a blessing after marrying Camilla in the nearby Guildhall in 2005.
Harry's communication's secretary Jason Knauf said that the couple, who were grateful for the warm wishes from the public, would be putting their stamp on their wedding day' and would make sure 'it reflects who they are as a couple'.
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