Prince Harry & Meghan Markle Flooded with Greetings on 3rd Wedding Anniversary, but the Royal Family Remains Mum
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are celebrating three years of marriage, and people are honoring them except for the Royal family as they have not wished them well.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were flooded with greetings on their third wedding anniversary, but the Royal family remains mum. Taking to Twitter, royal fans reflected on their wedding day.
“Happy 3rd anniversary to Harry and Meghan and to these iconic moments,” one fan tweeted, along with a red heart emoji. The user shared a GIF of the royal couple on their wedding day kissing.
CBS Evening News shared a 30-second video of the pair on a horse carriage after their nuptials riding through the street while greeting the cheering crowd.
“Britain’s Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are celebrating their third wedding anniversary on Wednesday,” the news channel wrote.
happy 3rd anniversary to harry and meghan and to these iconic moments. ❤️ pic.twitter.com/0fKeYNsnOc— barb (@daernerys) May 19, 2021
The channel also recalled that the pair have since stepped back from their duties as working senior royals and moved to California.
One person posted a short clip from the wedding day with the song "This Little Light of Mine" playing in the background and wished them a happy anniversary.
Happy Anniversary Harry and Meghan 😍👑🎉❤️— bentpink (@bentpink) May 19, 2021
While many of the couple’s supporters have paid sweet tributes to them, this is the second year official royal accounts have stayed silent on the pair’s special day.
The Duke and Duchess themselves have not spoken on their celebrations, but they will likely celebrate at their mansion in Montecito, California.
The royal couple tied the knot on May 19, 2018, at St. George's Chapel in Windsor.
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Even though they have not said anything about their milestone, they wished the Cambridges a happy anniversary recently when they celebrated their ten years of marriage.
On their anniversary, the Sussexes announced their new Archewell initiative will now assist India, which is currently experiencing a devastating COVID-19 crisis.
The couple released a statement on Wednesday that the foundation is teaming up with World Central Kitchen to build their next Community relief Center in Mumbai, India.
They revealed that the primary purpose of the centers is to provide relief and resilience for the communities in which they are based. In the future, they will serve as emergency response kitchens or vaccination sites.
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