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No Harry And Meghan Garden Wedding Took Place – Vicar Denies Knowledge Of Private Wedding Ceremony

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Archbishop of Canterbury’s office has denied claims that a garden wedding took place between Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.  The Duchess of Sussex in her interview with Oprah had revealed that herself and her husband had secretly tied the knot three days before the actual ceremony.

Harry said it had been just them and Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby present, during the intimate event. The vicar at St Matthew’s Church, in Dinnington, and St Cuthbert’s Church, in Brunswick, said he was told by a Lambeth Palace staff member that, “Justin does not do private weddings. Meghan is an American, she does not understand.” Experts say the first ceremony likely wasn’t legal as there were no witnesses and it was outside.

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‘If the marriage were conducted by the Archbishop of Canterbury, it would have been a religious marriage and so would have had to take place in a church, register office, or another approved premises. ‘The marriage would have then to be entered in the marriage register and signed by both parties, the archbishop and two witnesses.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
Photo Credit: Getty

 

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