A wedding takes a lot of planning, especially a royal wedding. Who is helping with the planning?
"There are so many people involved in the planning, who are putting in a great deal of time and energy. We don't want to single out any individuals — it's a team effort, and there are a lot of people involved. We're so grateful for all the help we're getting!"
Christopher O'Neill has both American and British citizenship. Will there be a best man and bridesmaids at the wedding like in the UK and the US?
"Yes and no. Chris will have a best man by his side, but I won't have bridesmaids. Just like my mum and my sister, I'll have bridal attendants — that's a wedding tradition that I want to continue."
Will the wedding be broadcast on TV?
"We want to make our wedding as accessible as possible. But there hasn't been a final decision on broadcasting it yet."
Has the guest list been finalised?
"Yes, I think we can safely say so. The invitations will be sent out by 1 April, so there's not much time left. It's been hard, because we wanted to invite everyone, but unfortunately that wasn't possible."
Has a decision been made on whether it will be a morning or afternoon wedding?
"We'll be having an afternoon wedding, followed by a dinner."
Where will the wedding dinner be held?
"The wedding dinner will be held at Drottningholm Palace, which I'm very pleased about. Drottningholm Palace means so much to me — it's where I was born and grew up."