A teenager from Garston will be part of an exclusive club later this month.
Orlagh Doyle is just one of 1,200 members of the public invited to greet the couple outside the chapel on the grounds of Windsor Castle and will also watch a live broadcast of the service.
Orlagh, a former St Michael’s School pupil, told GarstonNews she was shocked and honoured when she got the invite. She was nominated for the prestigious honour by yopey: Young People of The Year after she volunteered at a home for dementia sufferers in Leavesden.
Orlagh said: “It was a real surprise. Honoured excited and humbled to be part of 1,200 people invited. I’m allowed to go into the grounds but not the chapel.”
A month after she sees Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tie the knot, Orlagh is going to volunteer in Fiji for a month to teach underprivileged children for a development programme and needs to raise £2,000 for the trip.
She said: “It’s for a small organisation called Think Pacific. We’ll be living in a remote village with a Fijiian family and teaching in local schools things like sporting activities.”
To sponsor Orlagh, go to https://www.gofundme.com/h4y9d-think-pacific