The newly engaged couple will tie the knot on May 26 2018, The Sun reports.
This date will fall on a Saturday, which breaks from royal tradition, and occurs during a public holiday in Britain which means fans will be able to properly celebrate.
Royal weddings usually take place on a weekday, so this is just the first way Harry and Meghan's nuptials will break from tradition.
It is also being reported that the wedding will be televised live like William and Kate's.
Over the weekend, Harry and Meghan made their first official outing since announcing their engagement.
The couple held hands as they stepped out in Nottingham where they greeted fans before heading to the Nottingham Contemporary Exhibition Centre for an event to mark World Aids Day.
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