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How Harry Made Sure Diana Would Be Remembered At His Wedding

How Harry Made Sure Diana Would Be Remembered At His Wedding

Prince Harry was one wild royal and throughout his life, people always had a skeptical outlook about him and his bold ways.

The black sheep of the family, who had quite a playboy past, finally toned down as he grew up and though one saw him with a number of girls one thought would become his bride, his heart was stolen by US actress Meghan Markle.

Set up by mutual friends on a blind date, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle instantly fell in love, and kept their romance well hidden from public for six months, before finally revealing it to the public and Meghan moving to England.

The actress, whose mother is black, became the first ever royal-to-be from a different cultural background when their engagement was announced.

Prince Harry has been known to very close to his mother, and throughout this new chapter of his life, we have seen him honouring him late mother, Princess Diana, the Queen of Hearts, who died in a car crash when Harry was just 12.

Harry proposed to Meghan with a ring featuring two diamonds from Diana's brooch

Harry proposed to Meghan with a ring featuring two diamonds from Diana's brooch

The red-haired Prince proposed to his lady love with an engagement ring fashioned out of a diamond ethically sourced from Botswana, where the couple is said to have enjoyed their first romantic holiday and decide about their future, along with two round diamonds from a brooch that belonged to Princess Diana.

On 19th May, 2018, Harry and Meghan's wedding saw the couple remembering and making sure the late Princess would be a part of their event in all ways possible.

Lady Diana seen wearing the famous aquamarine ring which Meghan wore for her wedding reception

Meghan's 'something blue' Diana's aquamarine ring

Meghan wears Diana's ring as 'something borrowed, something blue'

Touching tributes were seen throughout the wedding, including the bride's 'something blue', a stunning aquamarine ring from Diana's personal collection that Meghan wore for her bridal reception.

Diana was a lover of white flowers, and so St George's Chapel was adorned with peonies, beech branches and white garden roses.

Meghan's bridal bouquet included Diana's favourite forget-me-nots

Meghan's bridal bouquet included her late mother-in-law's favourite flower forget-me-nots, and the entire bouquet was handpicked by Harry from the private gardens of Kensington Palace the day before the wedding.

The song "Guide Me, O Thy Great Redeemer" was sung both in Harry and Meghan's wedding and Lady Diana's funeral, and was another nod to Harry's mother.

The song "Guide Me, O Thy Great Redeemer" was sung both in Harry and Meghan's wedding and Lady Diana's funeral, and was another nod to Harry's beloved late mother.

Lady Jane sees off the new couple along with other members of the royal family and Meghan's mother

Harry made sure that all four of Diana's siblings, Charles, Earl Spencer, Lady Jane Fellowes and Lady Sarah McCorquodale were in attendance at the wedding, and another subtle nod to Diana was given, with Lady Jane giving an emotional reading.

Harry's aunt Lady Jane even joined other close members of the royal family and Meghan's mother to wave them off at the church steps, and Harry's touching gestures for his late mother left us all filled with warmth and uncountable emotions.
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