If you didn’t tune in to see the royal wedding of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, you missed out. The event was as elegant and breathtaking as you would expect from the royal family. The newly minted Duchess of Sussex made sure to add some American flair to the proceedings, and the result was epic. The Most Reverend Michael Curry, the African-American presiding bishop and primate of the Episcopal Church, stole the show with his sermon about faith and love — it was arguably the best moment of the wedding.
There was no way that Meghan Markle was going to have anything but a spectacular wedding, and Curry’s sermon, in which he quoted Martin Luther King Jr. and spoke about slavery, reminded commoners and royals alike that the biracial actress-turned-royal is not your typical princess. The sermon was well received, and the new duchess was praised for paying homage to her roots.
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