The hottest unreachable bachelor is now off the market. Prince harry has tied the knot and we bet you want to know everything about the new princess and every detail about her own royal fairytale.
Meghan and Harry first met on a blind date set by their common friend (Yeah! choose your friends wisely from now on) and since then it seems like they couldn’t get off of each other. From secret dates to openly public appearances they were the most unexpected perfect couple. And GUYS! Shit got real.
Earlier this year Clarence House officially announced their engagement in a public statement saying His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales is delighted to announce the engagement of Prince Harry to Ms Meghan Markle. « The wedding will take place in Spring 2018. Further details about the wedding day will be announced in due course.
That day has finally come. But before telling you all about the gossips related to the royal wedding let’s not skip all the rules Prince Harry has broken for his one true love.
First of all, Meghan is 3 years older than his royal highness.
She is not Anglican and has African roots. She had been married and divorced. And therefore, it has been proven that love should have NO RULES.
Now back to what you’re here to read. The royal wedding took place on the 19st of May 2018 in St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. 600 guests attended and about 350 citizens were allowed to enter and stand in front of the church.
The super VIP guests list included Oprah, The Beckhams and The Clooneys, Elton John and his husband, James Cordon and his wife, Serena Williams, Idris Alba and of course Priyanka Chopra (the bride’s BESTFRIEND) and the whole cast of Suits.
And even if you try to deny it, the moment you and I and EVRYONE was waiting for was the revealing of the (Oh so Stunning) wedding dress!
The timeless, minimalist gown was designed by Givenchy’s Clare Waight Keller, a Brit, and the first-ever female Artistic Director at the famed French fashion house. Prior to Givenchy, Keller headed Pringle of Scotland and Chloé.
Meghan had the honor the walk the aisle with Prince Charles to the hymn of ‘Guide Me, O Thy Great Redeemer’ which was played at the funeral of Princess Diana and a gospel rendition by Karen Gibson and the Kingdom Choir of “Stand by Me”by Ben E. King, performed from the West End of the 15th-century Chapel.
A reception followed the wedding hosted by Prince Charles at Frogmore House on the Windsor estate and only 200 peoples were allowed to attend. Elton John performed ‘Your Song’, ‘Tiny Dancer’ and “Circle of Life,” which is from The Lion King.
Not the forget the CAKE! Harry and Meghan commissioned Claire Ptak, owner of London-based Violet Bakery, to make a lemon elderflower cake with buttercream frosting and decorated with fresh flowers for their big day.
And now all we can hope for is new cousins for Prince Georges and Prince Charlotte.