For their second wedding anniversary, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry wanted to mark the occasion. If the favorite grandson of Queen Elizabeth II was traditional by offering a bouquet of flowers and a ring to her sweet, the couple also knew how to be creative.
On May 19, 2018, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry said “yes” to Saint George’s Chapel in Windsor, in front of hundreds of guests and several million viewers. If they now have renounced their royal functions, the Sussex do not forget less this symbolic date, who sealed their love story. It’s in Los Angeles, where they settled a few months ago, that the parents of little Archie have therefore celebrated their second wedding anniversary. More in love than ever, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, who now wish to lead a “normal” life away from the crown, celebrated their leather wedding “quietly” and “with the family”, as relatives reported to Vanity Fair.
This year, they decided to treat yourself to adorable gifts. As a respected gentleman, Prince Harry has remained traditional, offering “a huge and magnificent bouquet of roses and a ring” to his wife. More amazing, the Sussexes wanted to use their creativity, by imagining more original presents.“They gave each other gifts based on cotton”, entrusted a source to the magazine People. Romantic attention, if you believe the wedding site of The knot : “Cotton woven threads symbolize how you become more connected over time and learn to be more flexible”. Would the couple have wanted to send a message?
A defined theme for each wedding anniversary
This is not the first time that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have shown creativity and imagination when they offer each other gifts. For their cotton wedding already, Archie’s mom had put “paper” in the spotlight, with careful attention to her husband:“Meghan wrote the speech for their wedding and had it framed for him”, recalled a source from our American colleagues. As advanced Vanity Fair, Meghan and Harry’s wedding has undoubtedly been most modern of the British monarchy.
Two years ago today! As Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan celebrate their second wedding anniversary, a few lesser seen moments from the Sussexes ’2018 wedding … pic.twitter.com/qW62Qj0USo
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