Meghan Markle will have to work on her plan B, because her big royal wedding may not happen as planned. Prince Harry announced his magnificent idea to marry Markle, and triggered an avalanche of reactions. Most people can’t really believe that Markle actually found a way to get inside the royal family. Others can’t really cope with the idea that Markle is trying to fit in the family.
So, according to the tradition, royal people can’t marry divorced individuals, and we all know that Markle got divorced in 2013. Queen Elizabeth will have to give her a special permission to proceed with the wedding plans, but Markle also received a list of demands. She can’t fulfill most of them, of course. Is her faith sealed for good? Will Markle put on her best and hopefully last performance?
Prince Harry is in line to the throne, and this changes everything. Markle had a different life before meeting her prince, and that doesn’t go along the Queen’s ideas of a perfect marriage.
Meghan Markle will have to follow specific royal rules and traditions. Is she happy about that? Of course not.
First, Queen Elizabeth will have to give Harry and Meghan a permission to marry. The rule was first brought out in 1701. The Act of Settlement was passed to prevent Catholics from getting the crown.
The rule was updated, and Queen Elizabeth has to give permission to the first six members of the Royal Family, including Prince Charles, Prince William, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, Prince Harry and Prince Andrew.
Meghan will also have her wedding bouquet chosen for her, and won’t have much to say about her wedding ring.
Sources say that Meghan won’t be able to talk politics publicly and should perfect her curtsy. Too many rulings, right?