WINDSOR, England — “CBS This Morning” co-hosts Norah O’Donnell and Gayle King made a guess final week on whether or not Prince Harry would shave his beard for his marriage ceremony to Meghan Markle on Saturday. If he shaves, King will make a donation to the Worldwide Girls’s Media Basis. If he does not, O’Donnell will donate to the Ana Grace Venture, which helps youngsters in honor of slightly woman who was killed at Sandy Hook.
“Leisure Tonight’s” Kevin Frazier, who will co-anchor CBS News’ protection of the royal marriage ceremony together with King, did slightly digging on the topic, talking to etiquette skilled Lucy Hume not solely about Harry’s facial hair, however what company may put on on Saturday.
“The ladies have been requested to put on, in line with the invitation anyway, formal day put on with a hat. In order that could possibly be a gown, could possibly be a skirt with a jacket or a coat, even trousers,” Hume instructed Frazier. Girls are additionally requested to put on stockings, closed-toe sneakers and modest heels.
“The important thing factor is to not detract an excessive amount of consideration away from the joyful couple themselves they are saying; ensure you’re outfit is not too eye-catching,” Hume defined.
However not everybody follows the foundations. Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie stole the present with their hats at William and Kate’s nuptials in 2011.
“That was very a lot observed on the final royal marriage ceremony; the marriage of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. It will be attention-grabbing to see in the event that they put on one thing related once more this time,” Hume stated.
As as to if Harry will shave off his beard, Hume stated, “we’ll have to attend and see.” However pressed additional, she hazarded a guess that he would maintain the whiskers to satisfy his bride on the alter. In any case, Meghan does not know him with out one.
Longstanding guidelines in Britain’s army state that troops in uniform troops can not put on a beard. So ultimately, it might come down as to if Prince Harry chooses to be wed in a tux, or his uniform.