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Free wedding at Sheraton Grand London Park Lane if your names happen to be Harry and Meghan

Are you engaged? Do you feel like Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been stealing all your wedding thunder? Well, if you also happen to share names with the famous bride and groom, it may finally pay off.

The Sheraton Grand London Park Lane is giving one wedding package away to a couple that named Harry and Meghan, no matter how you spell it. Same-sex couples, Harry and Harry or Meghan and Meghan, are also eligible.

The lucky couple will have full use of the five-star-luxury wedding service package which includes the art deco ballroom for up to 150 people, a four-course dinner with wine, a wedding planner and a stay in the Grand Suite on your wedding night.

The Sheraton Grand London Park Lane has revealed a package for one lucky couple called Meghan and Harry.

If this is you, send and introduce yourselves, how you met with some recent photos. You have until 7 March to enter. If you win, your wedding will be held early May!

Even if you don’t win a free wedding, couples with the names Harry and Meghan can receive a free night at Mercure Hotels London Kensington or London Hyde Park locations.

Only eligible for the night of the royal wedding, but it does include free breakfast!

A limited number of rooms are available, so act quickly and email both yours and your partner’s photo ID to

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will be married on 19 May 2018 at St George’s Chapel, Windsor.

The wedding service will begin at St George’s Chapel at 12:00 and will last for approximately one hour.

Once the service is over, the newlyweds will undertake a Carriage Procession along a route from St George’s Chapel, leaving Windsor Castle and proceeding through Windsor Town.

Harry and Meghan hope that by having a procession, it will provide more of an opportunity for people to come together and enjoy the atmosphere of the day.

Additional reporting by Charlie Proctor