Video: What Strict Prohibitions And Rules Were In Force At The Wedding Of Meghan Markle And Prince Harry
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry got married exactly two years ago. The Dukes of Sussex could arrange a romantic trip for their anniversary, but in the conditions of quarantine, such plans had to be abandoned.
The lovers exchanged vows at St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. They invited many celebrity guests to their wedding, including George Clooney, Idris Elba, Serena Williams, Oprah Winfrey and the Beckhams. After the wedding, the company had a party.
Meghan and Prince Harry dreamed of maximum privacy on this important day, so all those invited were required to comply with strict rules. Each of the guests received detailed seven-page instructions with explanations of what can be done and what is strictly prohibited.
Of course, all mobile phones and any other devices that could take pictures were required before the ceremony began. Bulky bags should also be abandoned, and it was also not allowed to bring gifts with you: neither to the wedding ceremony, nor to a party at Windsor Castle. Meghan and Harry were asked to donate to their chosen charities in lieu of traditional wedding gifts.
Compliance with the dress code remained mandatory. Men could wear ceremonial suits, but they were not allowed to bring swords with them: it sounds strange, but the sword is often considered an inappropriate attribute of this kind of outfit. In addition, the guests were asked to leave all their medals at home.
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