Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are going millennial AF with their wedding food

And we're obsessed

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And we're obsessed

The final countdown is officially on, with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle set to wed this Saturday at St. George's Chapel, in Windsor Castle.

With under a week to go until the big day, most of the wedding prep has been done, from finalising seating arrangements to OK-ing the flowers.

There are sure to be a few finishing touches to be done, but most of these centre around the evening reception, held by Prince Charles at Frogmore House - and it's set to be one hell of a party.

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There are rumours that Elton John, Ed Sheeran and the Spice Girls could be performing, but while that has yet to be confirmed, something that does seem pretty concrete is the food selection, with the royal couple opting for millennial choices.

Yes, really.

While the first of the two receptions will presumably have more formal dining choices, the Frogmore Hall party is reportedly set to have festival food trucks.

That's right. It has been reported that the royal couple will be serving grilled cheese toasties, tacos and American-style sliders as late-night snacks from food vans, even supposedly hiring ice cream vans for the occasion.

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(Image credit: Geoff Pugh/REX/Shutterstock)

Those close to the couple however aren't surprised, with Prince Harry reportedly being the one to convince his brother Prince William to have food trucks at his 2011 wedding to Kate Middleton.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's choice? Bacon and sausage sandwiches and late night ice cream.

Like we needed proof that the young royals were true millennials!

Jenny Proudfoot
Features Editor

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