About Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle exchanged vows in front of 600 guests including the monarch and more than 30 members of the Royal family [1].

It’s at least funny to see women today wear veils in their weddings. Veils symbolise the woman’s virginity and modesty [2] and I don’t think a woman in her 30’s and with so many ex partners to have nothing to do with virginity.

It’s strange how a man with a prestigious position, like a prince (whatever the f@ck that means in the year 2018), and while you can marry any woman you want (or almost any), to pick up a 36 year old woman (older than him), a divorced [3] and moderately attractive woman, who had many ex partners, from a pornstar [4], to many others [5].

Meghan met Harry on a blind date in early July, 2016 [6]. This date was a set-up by one of Meghan’s best friend [7, 8]. From there, it was very easy to get Harry attracted to her, as she knows the game of love very well.

And there is more to tell about this wedding, but I leave it here. You can read what the Reverend Al Sharpton claimed, that the Royal Wedding of Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and the mixed-race actress Meghan Markle is evidence that white supremacy is “on its last breath.” [9]