Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are officially married — here's a timeline of everything that happened
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were married Saturday at St George's Chapel in Windsor in an elaborate and elegant royal ceremony. Oprah, Serena Williams, and Elton John were some of the celebritiesRead full story
I usually do roll my eyes at these type of things, but this is a huge historical moment — representing a cultural shift toward a more open, inclusive, and dynamic government that more closely represents its people. I’ve put my inner cynic aside and I’m cheering for them!
This whole thing is way overblown except for one thing: Lots of young women will be Inspired by Meghan, especially those who come from multicultural families. Role models are powerful.
How big a deal is the royal wedding? Oprah was kept waiting for two hours for the arrival of the bride and groom. How often does that happen!
All the feels 💗 So incredibly happy and proud of Harry and Meghan. Congratulations to the entire family and to the U.K.!
Bishop Curry is the authentic American representative of a religious tradition which is largely foreign to the Brits. The man is able to move hearts and minds with his inspirational ideas and delivery. Vintage American revival style.
Even though it does all appear to be fairy tales and make believe, the enduring recollection of history is oriented around Kings and Queens. So having an American enter the British monarchy really is something.
Congrats to the royal couple. As much as we think they are lucky, they will be hounded by news outlets the rest of their lives. I hope they get some time to enjoy the things in life without a camera poking through the bushes.
Fairytale stuff in the middle of a bad Brexit dream!
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