The newly married couple will leave Windsor Castle after their wedding ceremony on Saturday 19th May and take a tour through Windsor Town before returning to the Castle along the Long Walk.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding will culminate with the couple riding in an Ascot Landau through the streets of Windsor.
Meghan Markle's estranged half-brother has written an open letter urging Prince Harry to cancel his May 19 union to his sister. It seems the Queen, Prince William and the rest of the family won't join them, as there is only one carriage now selected.
Col Browne added: "The fair weather option, the Ascot Landau, it was selected because it's a wonderfully bright, small, lovely carriage". According to Vanity Fair, Markle will get to choose which of the royal family's state cars, also housed at the Royal Mews, to use on the big day.
In case of rain at the royal wedding, the Scottish state coach which was used for the Spanish State visit a year ago will be used as it is covered with glass and the crowds will be able to see them. "The carriage will be escorted by a travelling Escort of the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment".
The collection includes two Bentleys, three Rolls-Royces, and three Daimlers, and Markle will have a choice of which vehicle will take her to church on the big day.
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If it's raining, the couple will be traveling in the Scottish State Coach.
Harry and Markle will take a carriage ride through Windsor after tying the knot at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle.
It was the same carriage used by William's parents, the Prince of Wales and Princess Diana, on their wedding day.
Harry's older brother Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton received the 10-bedroom Anmer Hall, also on the Sandringham Estate, during their wedding, while their father Prince Charles received the Birkhall property.