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The real reason there was an empty seat at the Royal Wedding - Page 15 of 20 - Kiwi Report

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


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[post_page_title]Gifts are not encouraged[/post_page_title]
It is customary to bring a wedding gift, or purchase something from a registry in some countries but in the case of the royal weddings it does not fall under the wedding protocol. The royal couple may have a registry, but this was Meghan’s second wedding and traditionally speaking they do not ask for gifts due to this. Some sources suggested that they asked for donations to their favorite charities in lieu of this. Nobody needs three french presses.

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