Wedding Bells Added 1125 days ago. 11 April 2018 With over 2,600 members of the public invited to Windsor Castle to share their big day, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are breaking with tradition. The couple has already shared their love of good food, but what will be on the menu? As Prince Harry and Meghan Markle prepare to marry, there is wide speculation as to what’s on the menu. From wild boar to hot dogs and grilled cheese sandwiches (a nod to Meghan’s native North America), the pundits have pondered one of the most closely guarded secrets about the big day which takes place on 19 May. The couple have already shared their love of good food, having announced that he popped the question to Meghan as the couple roasted a chicken at Kensington Palace. BRITISH INGREDIENTS When his brother Prince William and sister-in-law tied the knot in 2011, the wedding menu featured British ingredients including lamb from Prince Charles’ farm, trifle and honey ice cream for dessert. And at the boys’ parents’ wedding in 1981, the main dish was named for Diana – Suprême de Volaille Princesse de Galles, a chicken breast stuffed with lamb mousse. GRAND AFFAIR Royal wedding cakes are typically traditional fruit affairs, but when it comes to grandeur it would be hard to top Queen Victoria’s which weighed 300lbs and was lavishly iced – she had a sweet tooth! Whatever’s on the menu at Harry and Meghan’s celebration, we can all enjoy being part of the wedding whether at Windsor or at home with a tasty meal from Wiltshire Farm Foods! [Error loading the control 'ThreeProductUpsell', check event log for more details] Sign Up To Our Newsletters Get fortnightly updates from Wiltshire Farm Foods Email: Sign up We will keep your information safe and not sell it on to third parties.Read more about how we handle your data in our Data Protection Policy.