By Jessica Gomez

In celebrity news, royal celebrity couple Meghan Markle and Prince Harry face a potential danger: being a target. According to, former Head of Royal Protection and Chief Superintendent of the Metropolitan Police Service Dai Davies said: “History has a habit of repeating itself. In the last thousand years, there hasn’t been a King or Queen that someone hasn’t tried to murder.” In addition, it cost $33 million to protect Prince William and Kate Middleton at their celebrity wedding in 2011 — one of the most pricey security operations. Undercover police, investigations to avoid terrorist attacks, snipers, and an extensive search for explosives hiding in any place you can think of were all part of that price. Harry and Meghan’s protection plan for their big day could possibly cost more than William and Kate’s — yikes! What makes them a bigger target is Harry’s active military status in Afghanistan, plus the hate letter containing anthrax (an infectious disease caused by the bacteria Bacillus anthracis) aimed at Meghan. As we can see, the royal fam needs all that protection. We wish this beautiful couple the best of luck!

Royals have a dangerous element to their celebrity weddings. What are some ways to keep drama from infecting your wedding day?

Cupid’s Advice:

We all want our wedding day to be perfect, or at least close enough to it. We plan ahead to try to create this perfect day, but there’s more to it. Cupid as some ideas on how to keep your wedding day as stress and drama free as possible.

1. Stay organized and delegate when needed: If you plan ahead, like most of us do for our wedding day, then you’re off to a good start. But maintaining everything organized is the tough part if things don’t go accordingly. And let’s face it, many times things don’t go according to plan. And don’t be a total control freak either. It is your wedding day, but you need to learn to pass down tasks when necessary. Communicate properly and trust in your close friends and fam to help you get the wedding you deserve.

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2. Adjust your guest list and seating arrangements properly: This may not be the case for everyone, but sometimes we need to take more consideration in who will be on the guest list and who will be seated with who for more than just the typical reasons. Do certain people not get along or have drama with one another? Then make sure they are seated far away from each other! And take any other actions necessary to keep drama from going down on your big day.

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3. Meditate: On your wedding day, you should meditate. It’s an exciting day, but also stressful because you obviously want it to be magical. Try meditating one to three times that day to keep you calm and grounded. We know you don’t have tons of time, so five to 10 minutes each time should do the trick. It’s worth it!

What advice do you have for brides trying to keep their big day drama free? Share below!