Prince Harry and Meghan Markle CAUGHT in Lie from Oprah Interview
Many people seem to be infatuated with the Royal Family and especially Prince Harry and Meghan Markle right now since they’ve been in the spotlight.
It’s fun to watch royalty, especially here in the U.S. since we don’t have anything like that here.
Most of us grew up watching Disney movies with kings, queens, princes, and princesses and it seems like a fairy tale. It mostly is, but the monarchy does exist and according to the royal couple, it’s not a fairy tale lifestyle.
If you kept up with their interview with Oprah at all, then you’ll already know that there were some controversial statements made such as one regarding the skin color of their child and their lack of security, as well as their son not receiving the title of “prince”.
Some of these allegations have been challenged and people are wondering if they were being absolutely truthful in their interview.
However, it has been revealed that they did lie about something that was said in the interview.
During their little chat with Oprah, they claimed that they were really married before the big showy wedding at Windsor Castle.
Meghan, 39, said in the interview, “You know, three days before our wedding, we got married. No one knows that. The vows that we have framed in our room are just the two of us in our backyard with the Archbishop of Canterbury.”
A spokesperson for the couple told The Daily Beast on Monday that “the couple exchanged personal vows a few days before their official/legal wedding on May 19.”
Reverend Canon Giles Fraser, the rector of St. Mary Newington church in London, asserted that Harry and Meghan’s private ceremony was not a wedding. At most, it was a church blessing.
“It wasn’t a wedding. It can’t have been,” Fraser told Insider. “It was probably a blessing. But they got married legally at Windsor.”
The reverend also tweeted out a photo of the couple’s marriage license that stated the couple was to be married in the St. George’s Chapel in Windsor, not in a garden ceremony like the couple claimed in the interview.
So if they were lying about something as pedantic as that, what’s to suggest that they aren’t stretching the truth about some of the other claims? Especially in light of hiding the real reason why they didn’t receive security and why Archie didn’t get a title. It all has nothing to do with racism.