A new teaser for Volume II of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Netflix docuseries was published on Saturday, and in it, the pair provided viewers an inside peek into their fantasy wedding in 2018. In the “Harry & Meghan” preview video that was uploaded on YouTube, Markle stated, “I just really wanted the music to be enjoyable.” The couple also admitted that their first dance together was to the classic tune from the 1960s, “Land of a Thousand Dances.”
Markle stated, “I wanted the music to be enjoyable,” in the “Harry & Meghan” preview that was uploaded on YouTube. The couple also revealed that their first dance together as husband and wife was to the classic song from the 1960s, “Land of a Thousand Dances.”
The promotional video included private images of the pair joyfully dancing as music played in the background. Prince Harry donned a traditional black tux, slacks, a white shirt, and a black bowtie, while Markle wore a white floor-length halter gown. In the video, Markle remarked, “It was like a whirlwind, it was so fantastic.
200 of the couple’s closest relatives and friends attended the evening event at Frogmore House, which King Charles III hosted, according to People magazine. It was also mentioned that soon after this their wedding ceremony was in St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle.
The focus of “Harry & Meghan’s” second installment will be the couple’s nuptials and their choice to resign from their royal responsibilities. On December 15, the documentary’s last three episodes will be made available.
The British Royals were angered by the first three episodes of the docuseries, which led to accusations of racism from Harry and Meghan.