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Some Unknown & Unheard Facts about The Royal Couple, #MeghanMarkle #PrinceHarry

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are starting their married lives at home after an emotional wedding ceremony that captivated the nation, as details of the all-night royal partying emerged.

The newlyweds are said to have eschewed a slow first dance for livelier tunes, from 1960s R&B to the dance hits of the 1980s. They are said to have chosen “I Wanna Dance With Somebody” as an opening number, with guests treated to a sit-down dinner after a long day in front of the cameras at Windsor Castle.

But have you ever knew these facts about the couple;

Lessons to be learnt from the royal wedding between #meghanmarkle and #princeharry.

• She is biracial (i.e. black)
• She is a divorcée
• She is a child of divorced parents
• She was raised by a single mom
• She is slightly older than her Prince
• She has had her own public platform
• Her father has been in the tabloids recently
• Her mom is not the Queen, but a (beautiful) yoga instructor/social worker
• Pictures from her first wedding were plastered all over the media
• They met on a blind date

And yet:

• She was wholly welcomed by the Queen (in spite of her story)
• Her mom had tea with the Queen
• Prince Charles walked her down the aisle
• She will be royalty the rest of her life
• Her children will be royalty
• I could be wrong but their wedding guest list might be the most diverse ever
• An American black man is preaching at her wedding
• The words of #drmartinlutherkingjr #mlk are being recited
• A black choir is singing “Stand By Me” at the wedding (so beautifully too!)
• She is a Princess!!! You just NEVER know. Your story is NOT over. Don’t let your story make you feel unworthy. Don’t let your story cause you to settle for less.

What we come to conclusion is ‘Don’t let your past dictate your future.’ So, do you guys find any motivational factor in this journey of  Meghan Markle, If yes, then do share your views on the same in the below comment section.

Save The Date, Time, Venue, Route In Windsor & Schedule for Royal Wedding

On Saturday Harry and Meghan will say “I do” at St. George’s Chapel in the grounds of Windsor Castle. So, the big day for the royals has come when the couple will start their new journey.

Shortly after their engagement was revealed, it was confirmed the wedding between Harry and Meghan will be held on Saturday, May 19.

In a statement, Kensington Palace said: “Her Majesty The Queen has granted permission for the wedding to take place at the Chapel. The Royal Family will pay for the wedding.”

Floral designer Philippa Craddock will provide flowers that will include white garden roses, foxgloves and peonies.

It was also announced that the royal couple will have a lemon elderflower cake made by pastry chef Claire Ptak, owner of the London-based Violet Bakery.

Meghan Markle has confirmed that her father, who had been expected to walk her down the aisle, will not be at her wedding to Prince Harry on Saturday as he could be given space to focus on his health.

Ms Ragland will meet the Queen at Windsor Castle on Friday, accompanied by Prince Harry and Ms Markle.

Following the ceremony, at least part of the reception is likely to take place in St George’s Hall – a grand 180ft-long room within Windsor Castle which is often used for large state banquets.

In recent years, Windsor Castle has also played host to Harry’s father Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall’s blessing after their civil ceremony in 2005.

While in 1999, Prince William and Harry’s uncle the Earl of Wessex married Sophie Rhys-Jones.

The venue is the same church Harry was christened in when he was three months old.