Kensington Palace Releases Stunning Wedding Portraits Of Prince Harry & Meghan Markle As Details Emerge About Their Unconventional First Dance Song!

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle‘s wedding ceremony may have been a cordial affair, but the heat was definitely turned up at the reception!

According to The Telegraph, the royal newlyweds chose Whitney Houston‘s 1987 hit I Want to Dance with Somebody for their first dance as husband and wife.

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Sure, sounds like an unconventional choice for a wedding song, but it’s one with special meaning for the bride! In 2016, the Suits actress said it was her “happy song” during an interview — so, why not play it on the happiest day of her life?

We just wish we could have seen Queen Elizabeth‘s face when that ├óΓé¼╦£80s pop beat kicked in!

The evening reception was hosted by Prince Charles and attended by 200 of the couple’s closest friends; including Nacho Figueras, Priyanka Chopra, and Serena Williams.

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After the ceremony, the newlyweds arrived in a classic Jaguar to the Frogmore House, where the celebration was held. The building is located about a mile from Windsor Castle, and houses the royal Mausoleum where Queen Victoria and Prince Albert are buried — so, even the older relatives were able to look down on Harry and Meghan busting moves to Whitney!

Meghan slipped out of her slipped out of her Givenchy gown and into a silk halter dress custom-made for the evening by Stella McCartney — but not before taking some STUNNING wedding photos with her handsome Prince and wedding party!

Ch-ch-check out the newly released portraits shared by Kensington Palace (below)!


[Image via ITV.]

May 21, 2018 11:08am PDT