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Major Events In The Life Of Meghan Markle And Prince Harry
Major Events In The Life Of Meghan Markle And Prince Harry

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March 31, the day when Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are deprived of their royal powers, we recall the brightest and most significant events in the life of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

Wedding

Meghan Markle spent 22 months in royal status. She officially became the Duchess of Sussex on May 19, 2018, and this event was rightfully named the main and most anticipated wedding of the year. The celebration looked like a fairy tale, and only one moment darkened the idyll: Megan's father, Thomas Markle, underwent heart surgery and could not lead his daughter to the altar (later it turned out that it was not a matter of health, but of a bad character), as a result, this honorable the duty was performed by Prince Charles.

Harry on this day really resembled a prince from romantic films. When Megan appeared in the chapel of St. George, he clearly said: “You look amazing! I missed you”- and no longer took an admiring glance from his beloved. For the official ceremony, the radiant bride chose a laconic Givenchy look by Claire Waite Keller, who was delighted with the collaboration with Markle: “Megan is no different from her on-screen images in life. She is sincere, benevolent and bright. It glows from the inside. Megan is a strong woman. She knows well what she wants, so working with her is a pleasure."

Meghan Markle's wedding dress sketch
Meghan Markle's wedding dress sketch

The wedding look has turned out to be symbolic thanks to the airy five-meter veil, on the creation of which the masters of the Givenchy Haute Couture atelier worked for 500 hours. Meghan suggested embellishing the veil with hand-embroidered plants that represent each of the 53 countries of the Commonwealth. Two more flowers were added to them: a chemonant decorating the garden at the new home of Markle and Prince Harry in Kensington Palace, and a California poppy in honor of the American state where Megan was born. It is noteworthy that the needlewomen had to wash their hands every half hour to preserve the whiteness of the threads and lace - ironically, today, in the midst of a pandemic, everyone can feel like a craftswoman of the famous atelier.

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