Calling all Harry and Meghans who are set to wed...

14 Feb 2018

Ahead of the highly anticipated wedding this May, one London hotel is offering a couple who share the same first names as the royal couple the chance to wed in luxury

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The Art Deco Sheraton Grand London Park Lane hotel in Mayfair is scouring the country to find one lucky couple who share the first names of the royal nearly-weds to win a wedding of their dreams. 

A truly magical three-story, grade II listed space, the winning couple will enjoy complimentary use of the iconic hotel on their big day, complete with an opulent ceremony and fairytale reception with four-course dinner.

Red carpet arrival, full use of the spectacular 11,000 sqft ballroom for 150 guests, wedding photography and floristry and a dedicated wedding planner will be available to the winners. There will also be wedding inspiration from blog B.LOVED and menu consultations with Michelin trained executive chef James Dugan. 

The winners' wedding will take place in May, a few weeks before the royal couple exchange their vows. 

To be eligible, the hotel is looking for couples called Harry and Meghan, Harry and Harry or Meghan and Meghan, irrespective of the spelling, to get in touch on theotherharryandmeghan@sheratongrand.com. Hopefuls are required to introduce themselves and their partner, telling the story of how they met and submitting a recent photograph. The deadline for entries is 7th March 2018. For more information, visit www.mayfairweddingaddress.com/harry-and-meghan.

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