When Prince Harry and Meghan Markle left lunch after their wedding at Windsor Castle, the newlyweds hopped into a chic vintage Jaguar straight out of a James Bond movie.
Prince Harry looks like James Bond himself and helps his new bride in the jaguar before driving to Frogmore House.
The silver-blue Jaguar E-Type was first produced in 1968, but last year Jaguar Land Rover announced that it had electrified the vehicle to create what was known as the E-Type Concept Zero, an emission-free version of what Enzo Ferrari once called “The most beautiful car in the world. “
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The electric model is faster than the original E-Type – a speed from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour takes only 5.5 seconds, about a second faster than a Series 1 E-Type.
The license plate is today’s date.
There’s no denying that the car is perfect for an elegant wedding, and when Pippa Middleton married James Matthews last year, the couple drove off in a 1961 E-Type, which is supposedly the oldest in the world.
Pippa Middleton and James Matthews drove away from their wedding in a Jaguar E-Type in 1961.
When Prince Harry’s older brother married Pippa’s older sister in 2011, the newly named Duke and Duchess of Cambridge left Buckingham Palace in a vintage car that belonged to Prince Charles. USA Today reports that the 1969 Aston Martin DB6 MK2 Volante was a gift from the Queen and Prince Philip for his 21st birthday.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge left Buckingham Palace after their 2011 wedding in Prince Charles’ vintage Aston Martin.
Whether the new Duke and Duchess of Sussex will be able to keep Concept Zero remains to be seen, but here’s a sweet suggestion that it be theirs forever – the license plate shows today’s date, which of course will be the date of their anniversary in the Future.
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