Are Prince Harry, and Meghan Markle renewing their wedding vows the traditional way?
According to Heat magazine, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex plan to reaffirm their vows and want the ceremony to be vastly different from their royal wedding in 2018.
The couple is reportedly looking at several locations but has yet to decide on the style of ceremony they want, including how many guests and who they will invite.
Meghan’s mother, Doria Ragland, will be on the guest list, but she will be the only family member present, according to the source.
“A few of their close US friends-like Katherine and David [Foster], Janina [Gavankar], potentially Priyanka and Nick Jonas-but, obviously, it’ll all depend on their schedules,” they added.
According to the outlet, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle want their wedding vow ceremony to differ from their Windsor Castle wedding because their children will now have roles and will have to write their own vows.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, on the other hand, intend to turn the occasion “into a huge family holiday that will also function as a second honeymoon.”
According to an insider, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have very busy schedules, but they will put in the time and effort because they are very excited to accomplish this.
A source stated:
“They’re more in love than ever and proud of everything they’ve accomplished together over the last four years. Repeating their vows is a lovely way to emphasize it. Harry will always appreciate and have a unique connection for the nation of his birth. Both he and Meghan love the memories of their UK wedding, despite the events that clouded it.”
And it appears that the vow renewal will happen sooner rather than later, as the insider stated that they will be preoccupied with the upcoming release of Prince Harry’s biography, as well as the Netflix and Spotify deals that must be completed.
Despite the fact that their first wedding was watched by nearly 2 billion people, the former “Suits” star reportedly has no desire to repeat the experience on British soil, and it is so important to her that her husband is on board with them having their marriage blessed in the United States.
Aside from their vows, the couple is more committed to their long-term future in America, even if Prince Harry gets lonely from time to time.
Take this story with a grain of salt, however, because there is no evidence that they are.