How ‘Harry Met Sally’ Was a Big Part of the Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s Royal Wedding

Inside Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding reception.

After the elaborate nuptials took place, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were off to the posh wedding reception held at The Frogmore House in the Windsor Castle.

Meghan looked gorgeous in a custom made Stella McCartney long white gown as she was escorted into Prince Harry’s blue 1968 Jaguar E-Type Concept Zero.

The menu consisted of posh burgers, a sweet treat, and a special cocktail mix.

How Harry Met Sally and The Royal Wedding Mix

There was a custom cocktail listed on the Royal Wedding menu called When Harry Met Meghan.

This drink is a reference to the 1989 popular romantic comedy ‘When Harry Met Sally’ starring Meg Ryan and Billy Crystal.

What Music Played at The Royal Wedding?

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle danced to an upbeat American favorite for the couple’s very first dance as husband and wife.

There was reportedly a 12-piece jazz band as well as a DJ.

The DJ was the same one that her Duchess of Cambridge’s sister, Pippa Middleton used for her wedding.

A guest commented on the music saying, “It was out of this world, the music was wide ranging, he was incredible.  It was the most magical night I have ever had. It was one of those experiences that money can’t buy. It was a special night.”

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in jaguar on their way to wedding reception

Funnyman and host of The Late Late Show, James Corden MC’d the night with a bit of stand-up comedy.  He even hit on a rather sensitive topic making jokes about the length of the bishop’s speech who married the royal couple.

A guest said that James Corden said all the things about the day that everyone was feeling but couldn’t say.

James Corden and Wife at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Wedding Reception

What is the Day After the Wedding Like for the Couple?

As for Sunday, May 20th, E! reports that the pair left the Windsor Castle this afternoon after being hosted by the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh.