Love is King: Meghan Markle and Prince Harry celebrate their second wedding anniversary

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Love is King: Meghan Markle and Prince Harry celebrate their second wedding anniversary

May 19 is an unforgettable date for many of us. It’s the magical and unforgettable marriage of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Magical love, glamor, celebrities, gospel music, the marriage of Sussex is a historic moment, because it is the union of a modern and mixed couple that has enchanted the whole world. This Tuesday,  they are celebrating their second wedding anniversary in Los Angeles in complete privacy.

“What God has united, let man not separate him!” 

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A look back at the fantastic marriage of the Sussex couple

Saturday May 19, 2018, in the Windsor chapel in the United Kingdom, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle said “yes” in the middle of 600 guests. The American star of the TV series Suits and the second son of Princess Diana have united their hearts for life for better and worse. This royal wedding was a sign of modernity and freshness all over the world.

Magnetic gospel choir to the sound of “Stand by me” by B.b King, French dress by Givenchy, say fiery pastor over love is king. Nothing was left to chance. The press from around the world was present to follow the memorable wedding ceremony. This event was watched by 3 billion viewers. And it has brought over 1.6 trillion pounds to the UK.

 

 Prince Harry & Meghan’s wedding




The guests arrived little by little since 10 a.m.
Around 12:30 p.m., Prince Harry accompanied by his brother Prince William arrives at St-Georges Chapel. They enter on foot, greeting the public.

The entrance of Meghan and her mom with a dress signed Givenchy.
Meghan and her mom Doria finally reach the chapel. At first, she walks alone in the aisle. Then Prince Charles, the future king of England, tenderly accompanies him to his future husband. Harry had tears of happiness. He said “you are sublime” to Meghan, with eyes captivated by her beauty.



Sublime, elegant, the bride enters with an immaculate white Givenchy dress, with a long diaphanous veil, five meters, dotted with 53 flowers symbolizing each of the Commonwealth countries. The American star also wore a diadem offered in 1893 by Queen Victoria to Queen Mary and loaned by the current sovereign.
British artistic director Clare Waight Keller, of the French houses Givenchy, created the immaculate white dress of Meghan. And Cartier, provided him with the earrings and the bracelet.



.An atypical religious ceremony with British, American and African-American airs. Protocol and gospel are in the spotlight.

African American Reverend Michael Curry, President of the United States Episcopal Church, will mark this moment with a fiery sermon on love is King.

He will start his speech with the American leader in the fight for civil rights Martin Luther King:

Dr. King was right, we have to find the power of love, the redemptive power of love. In this way, we can make the old world a new world. Love is the only way.

Then the gospel choir sang “stand by me” and later sang This Little Light of Mine, a biblically inspired song used during the American civil rights struggle.

 Gabriel Fauré and the Schuber, British cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason, 19, who won the BBC Young Musician Award, and musicians from three national orchestras. There was also a Bible reading by Princess Diana’s sister.




At 2 p.m., the service will end and the bride and groom will head for the exit where 200 guests from various charities are waiting for them.



Prince Henry of Wales, sixth in succession to the throne, becomes Earl of Dumbarton (Scotland) and Baron of Kilkeel (Northern Ireland), said Buckingham Palace. After the wedding, Meghan will automatically become a duchess, but not a princess, because of her commoner origins.
The spouses will parade in a carriage, for more than 25 minutes, in the streets of Windsor, under the cries of joy of the tens of thousands of people massed along the route.






 The princely couple Duke and Duchess of Sussex will head to the Frogmore House where a very private reception will begin with 200 handpicked guests.

The couple’s fans and Internet users are happy and wish them a happy second wedding anniversary on social networks.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

So, do you love this royal wedding!

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