The marriage of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle was not an easy task, with about 600 guests present, 1,200 members of the public invited to greet the couple outside the chapel, and the coverage of this event drew 29 million viewers in the UK and 23 million people. the United States Despite the huge list of guests and the audience, the couple managed to make it "intimate".
Prince Harry and Markle explain how they did it
The exhibition "A Royal Wedding: The Duke and Duchess of Sussex", featuring Prince Harry and Markle's wedding attire, is now open at Holyroodhouse Palace in Scotland.
The couple explained in the audio guide to the wedding exhibition how they managed to create a sense of intimacy on their big day. Markle explained in audio that "a great deal of detail has been taken into account in planning our wedding day."
These personal touches helped to create a more intimate atmosphere at the wedding at St. George's Chapel in Windsor Castle, as Markle noted: "We knew how much the scale of the wedding was. event would be great, so to make truly personal and meaningful choices, this could make any intimate experience. "
The wedding dress included some personal touches
The Markle wedding dress and veil, created by the British designer Clare Waight Keller, Givenchy's Artistic Director, included a Commonwealth tribute with flowers embroidered on her veil to represent the 53 Commonwealth nations.
In the HBO documentary, Queen of the worldMarkle explained:[Harry was] really on the moon to know that I would make that choice for our day together. She added, "I think other family members have had a similar reaction. "
Plus, her "something blue" in the wedding tradition was a small piece of blue cloth sewn into Meghan's veil. The fabric comes from the dress she wore on her first date with Prince Harry.
Markle also wore a diadem that had been lent to him by Harry's grandmother, Queen Elizabeth.
There were other special details
While the dress was a centerpiece, the uniform that Prince Harry wore for the wedding is also on display in the exhibition. His home cavalry uniform was made by Dege & Skinner at Savile Row in London. He explained: "I chose the frock coat as a uniform, with the permission of my grandmother, because I think it is one of the most intelligent uniforms of the Cavalerie des Ménages."
He added, "This is one of my favorites and I was very
lucky to be able to wear it during the day. "
The exhibition also features the outfits worn by Prince George and Princess Charlotte, with the initials of George, "GC" for George Cambridge, embroidered with gold thread. Markle explained that it was Harry's idea, noting that it was "such a beautiful memory for them." Charlotte also had something special for her outfit: the sole of her shoes bears her initials and the date of the wedding is embroidered.
Harry said about the young people involved in their big day: "We had 10 bridesmaids and boys' pages under 7, which is impossible for everyone, but they did "
Markle added: "It was a miracle!"