If you just woke up to the realization that there's a major media event going on—i.e., the Meghan Markle-Prince Harry wedding on the other side of the pond—and also to the realization you really don't know much about the ins and outs of royal weddings, the New York Times has hooked you up with an extensive FAQ on the nuptials. It's got the basics, of course: the when, where, and history of the event, as well as the dress code (it's not a royal wedding without elaborate hat action) and members of the bridal party.
It also gets more personal, answering questions about what name will probably be on Markle's new driver's license, whether Harry and Meghan want kids, and how Markle's life will change after she says "I do." Perhaps the most important question on the list: "Will any corgis be in attendance?" Meanwhile, the Washington Post has put together its own FAQ: the gossip surrounding the wedding, including the backstory on both Markle's family and whether the rumors that Markle and Kate Middleton are feuding are true. (Read more royal wedding stories.)