Assistant Chief Constable David Hardcastle, strategic commander for the wedding, said: "We are proud to police the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead".
Prince Harry and Markle are to marry at St George's Chapel, within the grounds of Queen Elizabeth II's Windsor Castle residence. "We had a brain-storming session and also asked friends and family for ideas and eventually came up with Gin&er gin".
People reports that streets inside the premises of Windsor Castle will be lined by various formations of the armed forces, including the Irish Guards.
"Regiments and units that hold a special relationship with Prince Harry will provide ceremonial support at the wedding and during the carriage procession at the request of Kensington Palace", the official statement, released on Wednesday, March 28, read.
Prince Harry, who served two tours of Afghanistan during his time in the Army, has continued to support the troops through his charity work and his Invictus Games event, a Paralympic-style sporting competition for injured military personnel.
Prince Harry, in conversation with army nurses, during his visit to the Linton Military Camp in New Zealand, 2015.
Air Chief Marshal Sir Stuart Peach, Chief of the Defence Staff, has expressed his pride at having the Armed Forces take part in such a "happy occasion". He was a pilot of Apache helicopters and holds the rank of Captain.
Incidentally, Meghan has a soft spot for members of the Armed Forces.