The wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will undoubtedly remain one of the most beautiful marriages ever celebrated in history. Remember, on Saturday May 19, 2018, Princess Diana’s son and the still-American actress passed the ring on, in front of members of the British monarchy, their loved ones, an audience of celebrities and hundreds of millions of people. viewers, who followed the event on their television screens. Immediately after the ceremony, the newlyweds were driven in a royal carriage. With smiles on their faces, they had crossed the city before the eyes of the crowd that had come to greet them, before returning to Windsor Castle for the reception.
In the book Finding Freedom which recently shook the British royal family, authors Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand made revelations about the moment Prince Harry and Meghan Markle spent in the famous horse-drawn carriage. “Raising her hand to her chest, Meghan had only one word in her mouth when she saw the huge crowd gathered at the front of Windsor Castle: ‘Wow!’” They wrote. Once quietly seated in the carriage, Prince Harry would have slipped a little sentence at the very least surprising to Meghan Markle, as reported by The Sun. “Sitting in the carriage next to his wife, Harry joked that his pants were ‘too tight’,” the writers wrote. For what was surely the happiest day of his life, Prince Harry wore a navy blue uniform, designed by the London tailor of Savile Row, Dege & Skinner.
This May 19, 2020, new photos of the union of Prince Harry and Meghan had been unveiled, to celebrate their two years anniversary. On his Twitter account, journalist Omid Scobie, reporter at Harper’s Bazaar and specialist in crowned heads, had shared four unseen photos, in black and white, of the marriage of Archie’s parents. The first photo showed Meghan Markle from behind, in Saint George’s Chapel in Windsor. The second photo showed Princes William and Harry walking down the steps of a staircase, smiling at the lens. The third photo showed Meghan Markle signing the marriage register, alongside the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby. Finally, the last shot was taken during the official photos of the married couple, in front of the lens of photographer Alexi Lubomirski.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle © Agency