Archbishop Of Canterbury Prepared To Give Blessing For A Church Wedding Between Prince Harry & Divorcée Meghan Markle

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It looks like EVERYONE is on board with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle‘s rumored summer wedding.

As we previously reported, Harry and Meghan are preparing to move in together at Kensington Palace as it’s said they’re now engaged. According to reports, the love birds are eyeing the summertime for their upcoming nuptials. This has many wondering where the ginger prince and the Suits actress will say “I do.”

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Well, it’s been said that the Archbishop of Canterbury plans to give his blessing to the couple for a church wedding, as he has “no objections” to the union. This means Harry and Meghan could exchange vows at Westminster Abbey if they wanted to. And it sounds like they want to!

Those following the lovers’ romance thought Markle’s divorced status and Jewish background would become an issue for their church wedding dreams. However, it appears the Church of England has modified a bit, as they will not stand in the way if the twosome want a church wedding.

A spokesperson for Westminster Abbey previously noted:

“The Abbey follows the General Synod Ruling of 2002. Since then it has been possible for divorced people to be married in the Church of England.”

YAYYYYYY. Now that Harry and Meghan have locked in Archbishop Justin Welby‘s support, they just need Queen Elizabeth to formally sign off on the match. And, if the gossip about a Buckingham Palace sit down is true, we have a feeling that won’t be an issue!!

[Image via Euan Cherry/WENN.]

Nov 22, 2017 4:21pm PDT

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