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The real reason there was an empty seat at the Royal Wedding - Page 10 of 20 - Kiwi Report

The real reason there was an empty seat at the Royal Wedding


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During Kate and Wills’ wedding in 2011 no photography was allowed, and this included cellular phones and connected social media platforms. However, while the same rule was supposed to be employed for Harry and Meghan’s wedding this year, it was not strictly followed. Many of Meghan’s actor friends were caught uploading Instagram stories of their wedding attire, or stories of themselves on the way to the ceremony. This was considered in very bad taste. No photos of the weddings themselves are supposed to be released before the official ones.

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