‘Finding Freedom’, a book about the departure of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle from the core of British royalty, written by Omid Scobey and Caroline Durand, was released about a year ago, however, given the developments on the subject which in the meantime, the authors are preparing to launch a new edition New (on August 31).
Among the various topics covered, it was revealed how the Dukes of Sussex celebrated their second wedding anniversary. This included a nostalgic reminder of the party in May 2018, ordering Mexican food and gifts made of cotton – a symbol associated with the second anniversary.
“With restaurants closed, the couple had to get a little creative in May as they celebrated their second wedding anniversary at home, and spent part of the day remembering 2018 with the many people who attended the wedding, including the merchants who helped revive the ceremony. The Magical at Windsor Castle.”
“They finished the day with a Southern California favorite: Mexican food ordered from a popular local eatery, washed down with margaritas (alcoholic for him and a non-alcoholic). As gifts, they exchanged cotton items, as tradition dictates.” , completed.
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