Good luck and happiness to them. Despite disparaging remarks about both - him being a bastard and she being a foreign half-cast - I care not and neither does my Supplier. The Royal Family can get bad press from simply smiling at people some say should not be smiled at. Being conceived on the wrong side of the sheets is rather par for the course amongst the nobility everywhere, even where there is no nobility to speak off, just elected aristocrats. And being foreign is pretty normal in British Royalty. The lady - Meaghan ?- may bring some colourful events even more colour.
One lad said what I can echo. Chris Longden:
Harry Volunteered for 2 tours of Afghanistan.He set up Invictus games helping wounded service personal.
Not my words, nor Chris's own it seems, but well said!!
He has Numerous unpaid charity volunteer appointments all over the world.The Royal Family brings in 400 million a year in private revenue that under the “ sovereign act 2011” the government keeps £360 million of.The Royal Family brings in £1.8 billion per year in tourism.The Country is better off by £2.1 billion a year.Remind me how the wedding is waste of tax payers money ?The wedding is paid for by the Royal heritage and private funding not the tax payer and that includes her dress!The tax payer will pay for the public security not private security. The same way the tax payer pays for public security at football matches etc.Dont be a zombie and believe everything you see and read on the Internet, do a little research before sharing propaganda. Like it or not, the Royal family is a British tradition and icon.Let’s not forget that most the tw*ts complain about spending tax payers money are the ones who sit and sign for that money every Wednesday or daft liberals who haven't got a clue about reality.
I pulled him a fine pint.
Now let us drink to the health and happiness of two people that we do not know personally, who have never lifted a finger against us.
PS.... Pity about that mad black 'bishop' fellow spouting his New Age nonsense infront of the Head of the Church of England. Went down like a lead balloon.