Marriage and a Carriage: The Two Things Every Royal Prince Needs


Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. Photo credit (Genevieve -Markle photo) and (E.J. Hersom - Harry)

Ziv S. Segal

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.
Photo credit (Genevieve -Markle photo) and (E.J. Hersom – Harry)

November 27 is a special day for many reasons. It is the 331st day of the year (in the Gregorian calendar), Cyber Day and even National Craft Jerky Day. But none of these are as important as the day Meghan Markle, an American citizen, became the soon-to-be Duchess of Sussex.

Rachel Meghan Markle is an actress and a humanitarian activist. Meghan has been dating Prince Harry, Dutch of Sussex, for around 400 days. The couple was roasting a chicken in their Nottingham Cottage when Prince Harry proposed.

Ever since their engagement was announced, the prince and his bride-to-be are very busy; from traveling to art museums, to royal etiquette lessons, it’s a wonder these two have time for themselves.

Many details about the bride seem to be hidden from the eyes of the public. Meghan was actually an intern in a U.S Embassy in Argentina, was once on Deal or No Deal, and Ellen DeGeneres was the one who persuaded her to adopt a dog.

The two seem to be used to living together, and their neighbors are the kind of people who love to give and borrow cups of sugar; for Harry’s and Meghan’s cottage is very close to the home of Prince William and Kate Middleton, as well as the Dukes and Duchesses of Glouchester and Kent.

Their wedding is scheduled for  May 2018 and will take place in Windsor Castle, although the ceremony itself will take place in St. George’s Chapel which has an impressive resume when it comes to royal weddings.

After meeting Queen Elizabeth II, Meghan and Harry received her blessing and are counting the days until their wedding.

We all wish them the best and hope they will be happy!