WITH Prince Harry and Meghan Markle set to walk out of St George's Chapel man and wife next Saturday - one tradition may be celebrated with some home-grown help.

Prince Harry is already well aware of The Real Flower Petal Confetti Company based in Wick in Pershore as he turned to the confetti supplier for his father's big day in 2005.

Harry and his brother William chose a mix of pale pink and ivory delphinium petals for the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall, Charles and Camilla, but it is not yet known whether he will be turning to the beautiful meadows again for his big day.

The confetti supplier, based on the Wyke Manor Estate has hand-picked confetti for weddings all over the world since 1997.

The confetti has proved popular with couples as a biodegradable alternative.

Holywell Spring Water, based in Malvern, will also be celebrating the big day with its limited edition Markle Sparkle sparkling water and Still Harry still water.

Malvern water’s royal connection spans more than five centuries and it has been the drink of choice for many monarchs.

Queen Victoria famously refused to travel without it and Queen Elizabeth II carried it whenever she travelled abroad.

The bottles will be available in the week before the wedding.