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Peo­ple Spot Some­thing Heart­break­ing About Meghan Markle’s Mum

 It’s Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s big day and it’s safe to say that the run-up has been tur­bu­lent from the Markle side of the fam­i­ly.

After being flown in last minute, Meghan Markle’s mum has now been made to sit on her own, which is caus­ing uproar on Twit­ter.

After accom­pa­ny­ing her daugh­ter to St George’s Chapel, Doria Ragland was seat­ed on her own at the end of the bench, which the Inter­net felt was an odd deci­sion.

One per­son wrote:

Why is Meghan Markle’s Mum sat on her own? Couldn’t they have put the Queen with her? She looks more lone­ly that the remain­ing cast of Avengers 4.

Anoth­er said:

Is it just a bit weird and sad that Meghan Markle’s mum is on her own?

Despite being sat alone, Markle’s mum was very engaged with the cer­e­mo­ny and could be seen shed­ding a tear when the pair read their vows.

The two were pro­nounced hus­band and wife at St. George’s Chapel in Wind­sor Cas­tle in front of fam­i­ly and friends, includ­ing The Queen, Prince Phillip, Prince Charles and Camil­la Park­er-Bowles and co-stars of the show Suits.

The cer­e­mo­ny was offi­ci­at­ed by the Dean of Wind­sor David Con­ner and the Arch Bish­op of Can­ter­bury, Justin Wel­by, who per­formed the newlywed’s vows. Dur­ing the cer­e­mo­ny, a ser­mon was giv­en by Reverand Michael Cur­ry of the Epis­co­pal Church in the Unit­ed States. After being declared hus­band and Wife Prince Har­ry and Meghan shared their first kiss in pub­lic as new­ly­weds on the steps of St. Geroge’s Chapel.

Dur­ing the cer­e­mo­ny, Meghan was walked down the aisle by Prince Charles after her father Thomas Markle was forced to pull out due to last minute heart surgery this week. On the morn­ing of the wed­ding, Meghan’s moth­er, Doria Ragland, accom­pa­nied her daugh­ter to Wind­sor Cas­tle with select mem­bers of the wed­ding par­ty.

Meghan released a state­ment fol­low­ing her father’s deci­sion to pull out of the wed­ding in which she pro­fess­es she has ‘always cared’ for him and hopes he can be giv­en the time and space he needs to focus on his health.

She wowed mil­lions of peo­ple across the world as she stepped out in her wed­ding dress. Har­ry, flanked by best man and old­er broth­er Prince William, donned his house­hold cav­al­ry suit. He sport­ed a well-sculpt­ed beard, despite it being a pre­req­ui­site for those who serve in the British army to be clean­ly shaven.

Fol­low­ing the cer­e­mo­ny, the cou­ple will be tak­ing part in a car­riage pro­ces­sion start­ing from St. George’s Chapel, through Wind­sor town before return­ing to Wind­sor Cas­tle via the Long Walk. Alexi Lubomirs­ki, the offi­cial wed­ding pho­tog­ra­ph­er will be tak­ing pic­tures out­side of Wind­sor Cas­tle.

A state­ment from Kens­ing­ton Palace, pri­or to the wed­ding, said:

They hope this short jour­ney will pro­vide an oppor­tu­ni­ty for more peo­ple to come togeth­er around Wind­sor and to enjoy the atmos­phere of this spe­cial day. Fol­low­ing the ser­vice, there will be a recep­tion at St George’s Hall for the cou­ple and the guests from the con­gre­ga­tion. Lat­er that evening, the Prince of Wales will give a pri­vate evening recep­tion for the cou­ple and their close friends and fam­i­ly.

Accord­ing to Kens­ing­ton Palace, the wed­ding was attend­ed by 600 guests, a mod­est­ly small gath­er­ing com­pared to the William and Kate’s wed­ding which boast­ed 1,900 guests. A group of 200 close acquain­tances will be invit­ed to an after-par­ty at Frog­more House, a short walk from St George’s Chapel.

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