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The wedding, this weekend, of Britain’s Prince Harry and the Wedding actress Meghan Markle has already generated a number of Pavlovian, and entirely predictable, responses.
Is it part drama, scandal, or the fact that a divorced, mixed-race american actress is about to marry a prince? Many of us are asking, why should we care?
As I watched the ceremony today, I watched the facial expressions of the Queen and also of the mother of the bride. I could only imagine her Mother’s thoughts as I saw tears in her eyes. Imaginging her happiness not only for her daughter but for the hope that it brings to other little girls that are of a mixed race, or for other women that are divorced that may feel marked by society but still deserving love. I was deeply touched and reminded that we are each exceptionally unique and we should embrace who we are and go forth confidently, embracing what we want in love and in our in lives, no matter what people may say or feel. We need to do what we feel is right and best for us. We need to enjoy our lives.
I am sharing the article that I found interesting which includes interesting history of the Monarchy. You will find the full post by clicking the link below.