With so much talk about the Royal Wedding between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle it was the talk of social media, blogs, news outlets and friends and family all over. People took to their social media platforms wildly embracing the new Royal Couple. Meghan Markle, (whom is bi-racial: half African-American and half Caucasian) brought the Black culture to St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle.
There was Black Preaching, Black Choir, and reference of the culture to include MLK and more. We all know times are changing and probably at the deepest part of someone's heart a long long time ago- there was the notion that the Royal Family would always be Caucasian and that additions to the family would follow suit- until now that is. Kensington Palace urged everyone to respect Meghan and that all walks of human life are to be treated the same even if they are not royalty. That is what Meghan did, as we all woke up (or most of the world did) at 6 am to view the nuptials we hope all the Caucasians in the world, especially the pale males wake up and start leading their families to do what is right.
The Queen of England, however your views are of the Royal Family, did not stop a beat of Meghan's plans for this wedding because if she did we wouldn't of seen what we saw. Love and real love and we all needed a break to enjoy just that- LOVE. Virtual high-five and congratulations to Meghan Markle.