On May 19, 2018, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex got married at Windsor’s St. George’s Chapel.
According to reports, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle want to wed again outside of the restrictions of royal customs in the United States. According to a royal commentator, they might even invite the media to the event.
Four years after their first wedding, which took place at St. George’s Chapel on the grounds of Windsor on May 19, 2018, there are rumors that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex wish to renew their vows. It will reportedly be a private event attended by close friends and family members.
As per Ibtimes, it is said that only Doria Ragland will be there for Meghan, as she is not on speaking terms with her father, Thomas Markle Sr., and her stepsiblings Samantha and Thomas Jr.
Discussing the speculations, Charlotte Griffiths, The Mail on Sunday’s editor at large, called the plan outlandish.
Speaking on the MailPlus’ Palace Confidential she said, “It sounds so unrealistic, but the truth is stranger than fiction when it comes to these two.”
She stated that they would even invite photographers to record them as renewing their vows is “quite an American thing to do.”
Griffiths believed that the controversy surrounding the father of the Duchess of Sussex and her apparent argument with Kate Middleton may have contributed to the “a lot of resentment” that existed between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle during their Royal Wedding.
“There were all these dramas going on backstage. Plus, they need some interesting Netflix content because actually, footage of them at the WellChild Awards is all very well. But they’ve got to have that Kardashian thing, like a set piece,” she explained.
Griffiths admitted that she would “actually tune in to their Netflix documentary if they renewed their vows.” She thinks that it would have a lot of ratings.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are already “looking at various venues and figuring out the type of ceremony they want, as well as how many guests to invite,” according to a source.
They reportedly intend to have the ceremony somewhere rural and that there will be “roles” for their children Archie, 3, and Lilibet, 1. It is said that the couple will also write their own vows.