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Harry and Meghan eventually admit they didn’t have a secret wedding in the back yard

PoolPrince Harry and Meghan Markle have finally admitted to The Daily Beast that they weren’t married three days before their official ceremony, as they claimed in their interview with Oprah Winfrey. A spokesman for the couple admitted Monday that “the couple exchanged personal vows a few days before their official / legal wedding on May 19th. “This exchange of personal vows in the backyard does not constitute marriage. The belated inclusion, which follows several anonymous briefings to journalists, marks the end of a tortuous saga that began when Meghan told Oprah that she and Harry were” in. ” our backyard ”. Three days before the public wedding worth 50 million US dollars on May 19, 2018. Meghan, 39, said in an interview: “You know, we got married three days before our wedding. Nobody knows. The vows we made in our room are just the two of us in our back yard with the Archbishop of Canterbury. “The claim has been very controversial, not least because the UK requires at least two witnesses for a legal marriage to take place. However, others argued that Meghan was merely suggesting that it was more important for them as a couple to make a personal rather than a public commitment, and that the focus on discrepancies and inaccuracies in the interview was a deliberate strategy used by Meghan’s critics to undermine theirs greater credibility and the specific claim that “concerns” about the likely skin color of their baby were being voiced towards Harry. Meghan Markle “didn’t understand” the wedding rules because “she’s an American,” said Archbishop Vicar Today’s formal admission to The Daily Beast prior to the official ceremony, after the British newspaper The Sun received the marriage certificate . The newspaper paid £ 42 (about $ 58) to get a copy from the UK General Register Office, witnesses including Prince Charles and Meghan’s mother, Doria Ragland, confirming that the couple were indeed married at Windsor Castle on May 19, 2018. Stephen Borton, former chief Cle rk in the faculty office, told the Sun, “I’m sorry, but Meghan is obviously confused and clearly misinformed. They did not marry before the Archbishop of Canterbury three days earlier. “The special license I helped create enabled them to get married at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor, and what happened there on May 19, 2018 and was seen by millions around the world, the official wedding as it was presented by the Church of England and the law was recognized. “The certificate lists Harry as“ single ”and his profession as“ Prince of the United Kingdom ”and Meghan as“ divorced ”and as an“ actor ”. Her father Thomas Markle is described as the “Lighting Director” and Charles as the “Prince of the United Kingdom”. The archbishop’s office has refused to comment. The misleading claim originally made by Meghan has caused some unrest. As The Daily Beast reported last week, Mark Edwards, a priest from Newcastle, said he checked with the Archbishop’s office and learned that the claim they married in the garden of their home may be due to a misunderstanding the fact that “Meghan is an American.” Rev. Mark Edwards told his local Newcastle newspaper, The Chronicle, that he had reached out to Archbishop Justin Welby’s office to “clarify the claim” after the couple mentioned it in their interview with Oprah Winfrey . He said he was partially motivated to do so because during the lockdown he was inundated with requests for private weddings or outdoor weddings that he was unable to meet because the law said Church of England weddings at a “certified.” Place of Worship ”and not outdoors The person he spoke to said to him,“ Justin had a private conversation with the couple in the garden about the wedding, but I can assure you that up to national TV event no wedding took place. “Edwards said there was” public interest for the Church leader to correct the records. “With Meghan’s people doing this, the infinitely more serious allegations of racism within the royal family can be investigated with less distraction. Read more at The Daily Beast. Get our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now! Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside delves deeper into the stories that matter to you. Learn more.

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