Markle called The Duchess of Cambridge out as being "absolutely amazing" to her during her first interview with Harry yesterday.
But the wedding venue will not come as a surprise for many, as St George's Chapel has seen the wedding of many a royal in the past.
Knauf said the couple, who were grateful for the warm wishes from the public, would be putting their personal stamp on their wedding day.
Meghan also said she intends to become a British citizen.
Markle, who is an avid humanitarian and an advocate for U.N. Women already, is prepared to focus on the next chapter of her life as a member of the royal family and on the responsibilities that come with that role.
The royal family will pay for the wedding, including the church service, the music, the flowers and the reception, the palace said. She will join Prince William, Kate and Prince Harry's royal foundation as its fourth patron, and work with her husband to support causes close to her heart.
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Nassar's accusers previous year . "I'm still processing it, I have mixed emotions", Larissa Boyce said. The school's gymnastics coach, Kathie Klages, was suspended and stepped down past year .
A spokesman said the 36-year-old Suits actress would retain USA citizenship through the process of becoming a United Kingdom citizen but it was "too early to say" if she would retain dual nationality. Harry and Meghan plan on making the ceremony reflect their personalities and they're determining a way to involve the public in some way, their spokesman revealed.
Bogart, had been rehomed with friends at an undisclosed location - presumably in Canada or the United States.
Mr Knauf said Harry and Ms Markle "want the public to feel part of their day" - and are looking at ways to achieve that. "He got on one knee", Markle said.
The last wedding held there was the union of Harry's father and Camilla Parker Bowles in 2005, where they received a blessing from The Archbishop of Canterbury.
But Middleton's wedding, for example, drew a crowd of a million stretching from the abbey to Buckingham Palace, not to mention the 5,000 street parties that took place elsewhere across the United Kingdom.