Considering the United States was founded on breaking up with England like a rebellious adolescent, you'd think that Americans wouldn't be so focused on the royal family. The states, however, celebrated as hard as the rest of the world when Prince Harry of Wales announced his engagement to Meghan Markle last November, and the news coverage hasn't let up since then. With the big event just a few short months away, it's obviously time to start planning your viewing party, complete with royal wedding games to play while those two crazy kids say "I do."
In case you managed to avoid the news so far, Prince Harry and Markle, an actress known for her role in Suits, met in 2016 and hit it off. A year later, they announced their engagement on Nov. 27, and Kensington Palace later tweeted that the couple plans to to tie the knot on May 19, 2018.
Before we begin, a caveat: Drinking games are, of course, the greatest type of game to play during any wedding, let alone a royal one, but when Prince William and Kate Middleton got married in 2011, their ceremony started at 3 a.m. ET. While there's no word yet on what time Prince Harry's wedding will happen, if it's anywhere near as early as his brother's, it's going to be too early in the morning to even think about alcohol. Therefore, the following list of games for the royal wedding is totally safe for work — or going straight back to bed once the ceremony is over. A lady's got to have her priorities.