Prince Harry and his fiancee Meghan Markle will tie the knot in the Quire at St George’s Chapel this summer.

The stunning 15th century gothic St George’s Chapel is set in the Lower Ward of the Queen’s beloved Windsor Castle.

Click on the image below for a 360-degree look around the venue.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will be married in the Quire at St George's Chapel on May 19.Take a look around the venue in 360 degrees.

Posted by Press Association on Monday, February 12, 2018

Steeped in history, it offers Prince Harry and his bride a slightly more intimate venue for their nuptials, but one that is still appropriately grand for a royal wedding.

The chapel, with its intricately carved stonework, magnificent fan vaulted ceiling and beautiful stained glass windows, has seen many royal weddings and funerals.

On each side of the Quire are the 15th century beautifully carved stalls of the Knights and Ladies of the Garter.

Above each Garter Stall is the colourful banner and crest of that Garter Knight.

Harry’s father, the Prince of Wales, and stepmother, the Duchess of Cornwall, had their televised religious blessing in St George’s in 2005, after their civil ceremony down the road in Windsor’s Guildhall.

The Prince of Wales, and the Duchess of Cornwall, during their wedding blessing - with Prince Harry watching from one of the stalls (Chris Young/PA)The Prince of Wales, and the Duchess of Cornwall, during their wedding blessing – with Prince Harry watching from one of the stalls (Chris Young/PA)

The chequered black and white stone floor of the Quire – where Meghan will walk up the aisle with her father – was part covered with a royal blue carpet for Charles and Camilla’s blessing.

In the centre of the Quire is the ledger stone marking the burial place of King Henry VIII and King Charles I.  Jane Seymour, one of Henry VIII’s six wives, is also buried here.

Harry and Ms Markle’s marriage ceremony on Saturday May 19 will begin at midday.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will take a carriage ride through Windsor after their wedding (Dominic Lipinski/PA)Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will take a carriage ride through Windsor after their wedding (Dominic Lipinski/PA)

Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby will marry the couple and the Rt Rev David Conner, Dean of Windsor, will conduct the service.

At 1pm, the newlyweds will embark on a carriage procession through Windsor town centre before heading back to the Castle to continue their celebrations.