Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have reportedly chosen their wedding wine -- and its surprisingly affordable

Even if you own a plastic tiara, we can’t all be royalty, but you can drink like one!

Rumors are swirling Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have chosen The Chapel Down as their winery of choice for their private wedding reception -- and it’s surprisingly affordable.

If the rumors are true, Harry would be using the same winery his older brother, Prince William, did when he married Duchess Kate seven years ago. A quick browse of their site reveals a bottle of bubbly will set you back around $31.20, while a white Bacchus is just around $16.89. So, it's certainly not Dom Perignon prices, but not Barefoot wine either.

According to the Daily Mail, Will and Kate’s decision to serve English wine for their 2011 affair was meant to show off “what Britain does best,” and that included Kate’s dress and the cake.

Not much is known about Harry and Meghan’s upcoming nuptials set for May 19th other than it will take place at St. George’s Chapel on the grounds of Windsor Castle.

Rumor had it that the couple will opt for a banana cake, but that detail hasn't been confirmed either.

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