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Marriage three days before the Windsor ceremony, tied the knot or not?

The document is shown for the first time after being provided by the General Register Office. They confirmed that their wedding took place on May 19, 2019, at Windsor Castle.

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Harry and Meghan, through their interview with Oprah, claimed that they tied the knot three days before their marriage official ceremony at Windsor. And now it has been exposed as a sham by their wedding certificate.

Marriage 3 days before the Windsor ceremony, tied the knot or not?

The document is shown for the first time after being provided by the General Register Office. They confirmed that their wedding took place on May 19, 2019, at Windsor Castle.

The official who drew up the licence for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s wedding says Meghan is “obviously confused” over the marriage. Stephen Borton, a former chief clerk at the Faculty Office, told “I’m sorry, but Meghan is confused and misinformed. They did not marry three days earlier in front of the Archbishop of Canterbury.”

Meghan had stunned the world by telling Oprah, “You know, three days before our wedding, we got married. No one knows that. The vows that we have framed in our room are just the two of us in our backyard with the Archbishop of Canterbury.” She said she and Harry phoned the Archbishop, the Most Reverend Justin Welby, and asked him to marry them in private at Nottingham Cottage or their home in the grounds of Kensington Palace. Harry also chimed in that it happened to just the three of them.

Mr Borton, now a consultant for the Faculty Office, added, “They couldn’t have got married in the grounds of Nottingham Cottage as it is not an authorised venue and there were not enough witnesses present. You cannot be married to just three people. It’s not a valid ceremony.” He also said that for them to be married a Special Licence was drawn up and the wording from Her Majesty the Queen authorising the wedding and the official venue was recorded.

A certified copy of an entry marriage document for the couple written that the marriage was dated May 19, 2018, and bore the names of Charles and Meghan’s mother Doria Ragland as witnesses. If what the Sussexes couple mentioned Oprah was right. It means the Archbishop, leader of the Church of England, had not only broken the law but then led over a “fake” royal wedding in the presence of the Queen, who is the titular head of the Church of England.

A spokesman for the Archbishop said he would not be commenting on personal or pastoral matters. Rev Mark Edwards, a C of E priest from Newcastle, said, “When I called Lambeth Palace to ask about this I was told Justin doesn’t do private weddings. Meghan doesn’t understand. But the fact that the Archbishop has not commented publicly needs to be addressed.”

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