So I attended the Royal Wedding at Windsor between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle (now the Duke and Duchess of Sussex) and I was emotionally blown away. Well, I watched it from my front room but I had a close interaction with every activity that occurred at the event and it was awesome to see some friends who participated in it from The Kingdom Singers (whoop whoop).
From the mixture of Hollywood and Sports Stars to Politicians to Charity Personalities to Royalty; it was what I termed the New Mix for a Royal Family Wedding.
From the amazing composure of the emotional mother of the bride (Doria Ragland) watching her only child re-write history to marry her prince; to the emotional face of the groom, Prince Harry as his bride-to-be walked down the aisle. It was a day of tissues and joy for everyone worldwide that Dreams do come True as long as there’s Love; Genuine Love! The young couple ensured that their wedding was done ‘their way’ still the following Royal Protocol but it needed to be their signature wedding which signifies their LOVE.
The late, Diana (Princess of Wales) would have been so proud as she was the epitome of Grace and Love within the Royal Family, which is now reflective through both her Daughters-in-law (Kate and now Meghan).
I particularly loved how they both incorporated Black Culture in the celebration of their love (after all, Meghan is bi-racial). From the Black Gospel Choir: The Kingdom Choir to the Black Cellist: Sheku Kanneh-Mason to the Black Preacher who was one of my highlight of the whole day.
The world especially the Royal Family was treated to Black Church by Most Reverend Michael Curry and the truth in sermon preaching. He spoke about LOVE (which aligned with the theme and feel of the day) and spoke about how Love is not selfish and self-centered.
He touched on the Power of Love which was one of Martin Luther King Jnr famous teachings and how we should discover the redemptive Power of Love: that Love can be sacrificial, and in so doing, become very redemptive – and in that way of unselfish, sacrificial, redemptive love, changes lives and thus can change the world. How the love of God binds us all as One and through that Love comes Peace and Unity in the world. The final thought was that the wedding and marriage signify the kind of LOVE that sees no colour and that’s what brought the whole world to witness the union of these 2 individuals: Harry and Meghan.
The end point is that no matter what: Love Wins. There is Power in Love which should never be underestimated or over-estimated. And I want that to be the base of everything we do going forward.
Everyone could see and feel the LOVE between the 2 and it goes to show that despite all the odds; LOVE can and will always WIN.
Ladies & Gentlemen, I present to you all: the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
What was your favourite moment of The Royal Wedding?
There is PowerInLOVE ❤️
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