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« Reply #20 on: November 28, 2017, 03:45:12 am »

One of the great joys for me over the last day and a half has been the  way the Twitter witches and their cohorts have been proved completely and utterly wrong about the H and M romance.  laugh I've been laughing my head off. Talk about egg on the face. It's covered them from top to toe! One stopped after IG as she could see the way the wind was blowing.

 The others, jersey, Felix etc., kept on making fools of themselves. Now jersey doesn't know what to do with herself and Felix states that 'Parliament and the Queen haven't signed off on it' (I don't know what he thinks Theresa May's congratulatory telegram and the Queen's statement that she and PP were very pleased, was about, then!) He says that it's not 'official' because the details of where they are to marry and when haven't been published, as William and Kate's were. Actually those sort of details will come out in the next few days, so if he's pinning his hopes on that, good luck!
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« Reply #21 on: November 28, 2017, 06:28:26 am »

^that's why the royals should be booted out because it seems they continue to get passes from officials that the ordinary person wouldn't get. I think this mess started with Charles getting a blessing from the church to marry his mistress/adulterer Camilla. It's a joke really. It makes marraige a real mockery. The most he should get is a registry office without any blessing from the church.  eating cookies

In 2002 the Anglican Communion at its General Synod - that is the world-wide church not just in the UK - changed the rules for everyone.

From that date divorcees could marry in the CoE so long as neither of the new couple had any part to play in the break-up of the previous marriage. As Harry wasn't in any way involved with the break-up of Meghan's previous marriage the church has no problem marrying them - just as they would have no problem marrying any other couple in the same situation.

The situation with Charles and Camilla was different as Camilla was seen as a factor in the break-up of Charles and Diana's marriage as well as Charles being a factor in the breakdown of Camilla and Andrew's marriage. As a result they couldn't be married in the church but, again, the rules changed for everyone in 2002 with all ministers being able to offer a blessing for all couples after a registry office service if the couple so requested it. The minister is also free to determine whether or not the partners with involved in the breakdown of the marriage so one minister might refuse a couple and the next one, based on the same information, decide that there is not reason for them not to have the full church wedding.

This isn't a case of a member of the BRF having a right that is denied to other people but simply the CoE, rightly or wrongly, changed its own rules and so now divorcees can marry quite easily in the CoE.

Mind you, the fact that Meghan's first marriage wasn't CoE also comes into play as they have never had a problem remarrying a divorced person whose first marriage wasn't in the CoE. I personally have attended at least four weddings in the 1980s and 1990s of a divorced person who had married in the Roman Catholic church but was given a full CoE service, one being my own cousin and she left her first husband, moved in with the second while he was still married and only after both were divorced did they remarry but as the original two weddings hadn't been CoE they were able to marry in the CoE without any hassles and that was 1978. Had either of them been married in CoE they wouldn't have been able to do that until 2002.
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« Reply #22 on: November 28, 2017, 12:44:05 pm »

Yeah, nothing Brits suffering unemployment, health cuts, etc need that to watch a foreigner get dolled up so she can have a pretty, pretty princess moment.

"One of the great joys for me over the last day and a half has been the  way the Twitter witches and their cohorts have been proved completely and utterly wrong about the H and M romance.  laugh I've been laughing my head off. Talk about egg on the face. It's covered them from top to toe! One stopped after IG as she could see the way the wind was blowing.

 The others, jersey, Felix etc., kept on making fools of themselves. Now jersey doesn't know what to do with herself and Felix states that 'Parliament and the Queen haven't signed off on it' (I don't know what he thinks Theresa May's congratulatory telegram and the Queen's statement that she and PP were very pleased, was about, then!) He says that it's not 'official' because the details of where they are to marry and when haven't been published, as William and Kate's were. Actually those sort of details will come out in the next few days, so if he's pinning his hopes on that, good luck! "

Truth is, the public doesn't like her and will not warm to her - the sugars really want this to work yet Meghan has shown that even in a simple little interview, she is way out of her element. That is hilarious. That and idiots like Morton and other self-loathing Brit types who are trying desperately to push the brassy Yank on people and falling so flat.  laugh
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« Reply #23 on: November 28, 2017, 01:26:37 pm »

Comment: "Nice to see that Meghan continues to 'fight world poverty'. Her own poverty anyway!" tehe

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5124233/Will-Meghan-Harrys-country-love-nest.html
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« Reply #24 on: November 28, 2017, 02:48:43 pm »

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« Reply #25 on: November 28, 2017, 03:44:48 pm »


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The marriage of Prince Harry and Ms. Meghan Markle will take place at St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle in May 2018.

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« Reply #26 on: November 28, 2017, 04:47:01 pm »

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5124891/Harry-Meghan-marry-Windsor-Castle-MAY.html
Starting to get into the mood.
Yes, the romantic in me is rising up and I'm looking for glimpses of hope that they'll do better then the hopeless train wreck that is Wimpo and Waity ill fated union.
My guesses:
A new tiara for Meghan made with Diana's, Windsor and Spencer stones.
The military will be heavily represented.
Meghan's dad is said to be in ill health. When he can't walk her down the isle Chuck will do it for him.
Waity will pull a major stunt and the Mansons will try to gate crash.
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« Reply #27 on: November 28, 2017, 04:58:04 pm »

Isn't her legal name Rachel Meghan Markle and her stage name's Meghan Markle?
So it'll be a small affair at Windsor castle. Everything seems so downgraded from the engagement to the wedding venue and not being a big deal to warrant a day off. Nice one.  thumbsup  The royal family and the government have spoken and disputes the so called excitement from Waity and Camilla when asked about the engagement, it's nothing special or exciting.
^that's great that you see a romance. I see a train wreck where Meghan's in love with herself and the press and the idea of marrying a prince. If you go over the coverage of this so called romance, questions should arise such as why he's indifferent towards her in public, never seen out and about like a normal couple when they're in the same country and why she's not been seen with his mates and members of his family. Also, what was the tension about during the polo match that caused Wills to see that she got escorted out. All I see is a recipe for disaster and Harry making a fool of himself for believing this fame ho's good for his position.
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« Reply #28 on: November 28, 2017, 05:00:06 pm »

^ Seems like they are sticking with "Meghan", I mean W&K tried "Catherine" from the engagement interview onwards, but it never stuck. Don't know how successful they'd be with "Rachel". dontknow
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« Reply #29 on: November 28, 2017, 05:29:26 pm »

I don't belueve  they chose Windsor.  The RF must realise this match is not popular so no point in Westminster Abbey  or St Paul's. Also the cost in times of austerity. The government say  how well they are funding the NHS but a nearby hospital to me  is £20 billion in debt so loads of dosh on a huge wedding would not go down well. They can keep her rellies under the radar too !!!
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« Reply #30 on: November 28, 2017, 05:38:32 pm »

Typical of comments from
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'All hidden away in the precincts of Windsor Castle - no idiots camping out on London's streets, no disruption to London's working life and, best of all, no ruddy expense on security.  The  RF should foot the bill for this wedding; the British taxpayer has forked out enough for their past marriages - most of which have ended in divorce.'

Others saying that 'she wears the trousers as does all the talking and he can't often get a word in'

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'Isn't Rachel a Jewish name and didn't she convert to Judaism too to marry her previous husband.?'
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« Reply #31 on: November 28, 2017, 05:43:12 pm »

^Yes, she did convert to Judaism.  That is a fact and she was a member of my friend’s Temple.  It was a temporary conversion for her previous marriage.  Not all lessons were completed so a full Temple wedding was not sanctioned.
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« Reply #32 on: November 28, 2017, 06:25:37 pm »

I don't belueve  they chose Windsor.  The RF must realise this match is not popular so no point in Westminster Abbey  or St Paul's. Also the cost in times of austerity. The government say  how well they are funding the NHS but a nearby hospital to me  is £20 billion in debt so loads of dosh on a huge wedding would not go down well. They can keep her rellies under the radar too !!!


Well I don't think they will save much considering.. I think Kate is planning a big production for the Christening which probably caused megabucks for the first two. She may also want more children and more expensive christenings.

I don't think that the match is unpopular with everybody.
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« Reply #33 on: November 28, 2017, 06:28:10 pm »

The christenings were quite cheap except for security and whatever thry paid on food and decorations.

It was also another time as I am not sure the UK mood right now is good for a wedding with high costs.

Windsor was the predictable choice. I would also say that she will get a new tiara and the guests will be more personal. No royal families or nothing like that.
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« Reply #34 on: November 28, 2017, 06:30:42 pm »

It did not look cheap, they had to add that parade with the children pre Christening and I think it ate up more $$$ for security.

Some in The UK were not enthusiastic about another baby for the Cambridges when the pregnancy announcement came out this year.

But if Harry did not marry then there would be jabs at him for being a playboy and spending $$$ on himself and his living the high life and so on. He can't win.

The reception was not just cheese and crackers they probably had high end food and servants waiting on the guests. Not cheap.
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« Reply #35 on: November 28, 2017, 06:31:17 pm »

It would be funny if they banned Pippa from the ceremony and just let her come to the reception. Like she did with Meggy. Tit for tat.
Something is brewing at Dingley Dell.  They'll probably speed dial the Daily Fail fueling rumors about Pips being pregnant.
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« Reply #36 on: November 28, 2017, 06:33:08 pm »

^^^^^Really? That's very interesting information. I don't know how to say this, but I wouldn't trust somebody who denies and refutes and changes religions according to the changing of the seasons. Perhaps this is the roman catholic in me... sorry, I can't trust somebody like this.

From what I've read it isn't easy to convert to judaism, you have to know a lot about the religion and know and follow 613 commandments, but from what I gathered, is once you become jewish, even if you deny being jewish and refuse to practice it you will always be jewish, and children from jewish mothers will always be jewish. Please correct me if I'm wrong.

I have zero problems with her being jewish, my problem is that she's two faced about her identity as a person, if she'd actively say "I'm biracial and I'm proud of both my cultures and I'm jewish and proud of my religion", I'd have zero issues with that. The thing is she uses the racism card when pressured/criticized, she ignores the 50% caucasian part of her heritage and how previleged that makes her when compared to working class full afro-american women, and she changes all these crucial parts of her identity according to what's more convenient. Doesn't seem like a very honest person. Sorry, I hope I don't offend anyone here, if I do, please let me know and I'll sincerely apologize.

^^^Sorry, I'm a bit lost, has it been confirmed it's Windsor castle? Just like I thought then.

^ Talking about Pippa, Meghan is like her look-alike, I was  Shocked
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« Reply #37 on: November 28, 2017, 06:33:54 pm »

It would be funny if they banned Pippa from the ceremony and just let her come to the reception. Like she did with Meggy. Tit for tat.
Something is brewing at Dingley Dell.  They'll probably speed dial the Daily Fail fueling rumors about Pips being pregnant.

Probably Pipster thought the relationship was going nowhere. Little did she know..
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« Reply #38 on: November 28, 2017, 06:35:10 pm »

But imagine the security payment for a wedding compared to the christening. They cannot even compare.

It is true I do not think the mood is favourable to paying extra for the royals whoever it is.

Yeah Joanna it is confirmed.

Pippa will be invited!!! Who will wear the most ridiculuos outfit Pippa or Kate?
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« Reply #39 on: November 28, 2017, 06:36:17 pm »

Kate will have to work out and get it in the headlines that she lost all the baby fat and has a svelte figure again...And the reporters will rave how she looks as "glamorous" as the bride. I can see that happening.

No I was saying that putting the wedding in Windsor will not save THAT much money if the Christening costs for Sprog 3 are added in. Sprogs 1 and 2 no doubt will be in the Bridal Party.
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