Detail missed from Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's royal wedding


The detail you might have missed from Meghan and Harry’s royal wedding 2 years ago

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were married in 2018

 Meghan Markle  and  Prince Harry  exchanged vows in a lavish televised royal wedding two years ago. While viewers saw  Prince Charles  and the bride’s mother  Doria Ragland  follow the couple into a back room to sign the register, it appears there were more witnesses. It seems  Prince George ,  Princess Charlotte  and  Prince Louis ’ nanny  Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo  was also in the room with the couple’s young bridesmaids and page boys during the signing of the register.  Prince William  and  Kate Middleton ’s nanny was seen with the bridesmaids in a photo that was included in a video Meghan and Harry shared last year on their now-defunct Sussex Royal account to mark their first wedding anniversary.

The Cambridges' nanny and the young bridal party watched Harry and Meghan sign the register at their wedding©Sussex Royal
The Cambridges’ nanny and the young bridal party watched Harry and Meghan sign the register at their wedding

One royal fan account was surprised by the missed detail writing, “I just realized (yes, two years later) that the kids and Nanny Maria also witnessed the signing of the register, not only Charles and Doria,” adding, “It only took me two years...”


Prince George and Princess Charlotte were a part of the couple’s bridal party. Harry and Meghan’s respective godchildren—Florence van Cutsem, Zalie Warren, Jasper Dyer, Remi Litt, and Rylan Litt—as well as the Duchess’ best friend Jessica Mulroney’s children, Ivy, Brian and John Mulroney, also had starring roles.

Since their royal wedding, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have become parents to one-year-old son  Archie Harrison . The couple, who officially stepped away from royal duties in March, relocated to Meghan’s native Los Angeles earlier this year. The family of three has reportedly been staying at Tyler Perry’s $18 million mansion in Beverly Hills.

Harry and the Suits alum celebrated their second anniversary on Tuesday by taking the day off to spend with their son. “The day will simply be quality time with one another and as a family,” a source told “They’re not going to be doing any work and made sure they have no meetings or calls in the diary.” Because of the coronavirus pandemic, the Sussexes planned on “hanging out together at home.”

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