Meghan Markle has personally telephoned a teenage cellist to ask him to play at her wedding to Prince Harry. She is heavily involved in different charities, she always appears calm, cool, and collected at royal events, and it seems like she and Prince Harry can not get enough of each other.
The music will be under the supervision of James Vivian, the director of music at St George's Chapel.
Prior to the coveted invite, Kanneh-Mason became the first black person to win the BBC Young Musician Of The Year Award in 2016.
"I immediately said yes!"
On Saturday 19th May 2018, HRH Prince Harry will marry fiancé, Meghan Markle at Windsor Castle, Berkshire.
Kanneh-Mason, in particular, noted that he received a call from Markle herself: "I was bowled over when Ms. Markle called me to ask if I would play during the ceremony, and of course I immediately said yes. I am unable to wait!"
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Kanneh-Mason isn't the only musically gifted child in his family.
Even with Markle's upcoming nuptials to Prince Harry on May 19 (26 days and counting!) and her involved public presence during official visits with Prince Harry (she even attended a celebration for Queen Elizabeth's 92nd birthday), Kensington Palace left the former Suits actress out of the tweet.
The orchestra will be conducted by Christopher Warren-Green and will include musicians from the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, the English Chamber Orchestra and the Philharmonia.
With just over a month to go until the big day, there's plenty of wedding prep for the royal couple, from finalising the seating arrangements and OK-ing the flowers to selecting the official bridal party, with Prince Harry supposedly only recently making Prince William his best man and selecting the wedding photographer.