First look at royal wedding carriages

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have chosen their carriage for the royal wedding procession - with options for both wet and dry weather.

Here is an inside look at how the royal couple will travel on May 19, come rain or shine.

The Ascot Landau will be used in the case of dry weather (Victoria Jones/PA)
There are five Ascot Landaus, according to Crown Equerry Colonel Toby Browne, who runs the royal mews (Victoria Jones/PA)
Harry and Meghan's was built in 1883 (Victoria Jones/PA)
The seats should make for a comfortable journey for the couple (Victoria Jones/PA)
The Scottish State Coach is the option if it rains on the big day (Victoria Jones/PA)
This carriage was built in 1830 (Victoria Jones/PA)
But a new top was created in 1969 with large windows, and a partial glass roof, to allow spectators to see the passengers (Victoria Jones/PA)
The carriage procession will begin at 1pm after the wedding service (Victoria Jones/PA)
The newlyweds will be driven along Castle Hill, into Windsor town centre before returning along the famous Long Walk for their reception (Victoria Jones/PA)
Six Windsor Greys will be involved with the carriage ride (Victoria Jones/PA)
A team of four - Milford Haven, Storm, Plymouth and Tyrone - will pull the Landau (Victoria Jones/PA)
Two Windsor Greys, which will pull the carriage at the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, are groomed at the Royal Mews at Buckingham Palace

Two others - Sir Basil and Londonderry - will be outriders (Victoria Jones/PA)

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