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The real reason there was an empty seat at the Royal Wedding - Page 12 of 20 - Kiwi Report

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


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[post_page_title]You don’t need a plus one[/post_page_title]
While some people may feel like they need to bring a date to a wedding this is in no way mandatory. In fact, attending solo may open up the door to meeting someone at the wedding itself. It was reported that Meghan and Harry were set up on a blind date, and that is how their romance began. So going stag to a wedding is in no way a bad thing. Perhaps Harry and Meghan did some special seat planning prior to the reception to do some matchmaking themselves.

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