Prince Harry and Meghan Markle ban their wedding guests from bringing cameras and ceremonial SWORDS

A comprehensive book of instructions – said to span seven pages – has been sent to those invited with rules and tips on how best to enjoy the day.

The guidance gives two suggested driving routes – each leading to the selected meeting place of Windsor Farm Shop, which is three miles form the Venus.

Guests will then be put through security checks and asked to show identification before being put onto buses to travel to Windsor Castle.

Cameras and bulky bags are banned and before the private reception, guests will be asked to "surrender mobile telephones… and any devices used for image capture".

The guidance, seen by The Mail on Sunday, said: "It should be noted that gifts cannot be brought to St George's Chapel or the Reception that follows at Windsor Castle.

"Guests are advised to seek further guidance on delivery arrangements for any gifts to Kensington Palace."

Prince Harry, 33, and Meghan, 36, have asked instead for guests who wish to give gifts to donate to seven chosen charities to honour their big day.

A dress code detailed in the invitations requested guests to wear dress uniform, morning coat or lounge suit for men, and day dress and hat for women.

The instructions further specify that they should not wear medals, in a list of suggestions about accessories that includes: "No swords."

Around 600 guests are invited to St George's Chapel for the May 19th ceremony and afternoon reception.

A third of those then go to the evening reception at nearby Frogmore House, where the celebrations are expected to continue to the early hours.


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