Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding was ‘miserable,’ says one of the photographers

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding was ‘miserable,’ says one of the photographers
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding was ‘miserable,’ says one of the photographers

Six years have passed since royal wedding between the Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. And yet, this day of May 19, 2018 continues to cause a lot of ink to flow and to be severely criticized. The reason, according to one of the photographers of the wedding, is that behind the fairy tale images sent back by the TV, this union was ‘one of the worst royal events’ which he had never attended in his career.

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In an interview for “The Sun’s Royal Exclusive Show”, Arthur Edwardsa photojournalist from the English tabloid The Sun who covered the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, explains having “hated this day”. “It was a miserable day”, he goes so far as to say. And for good reason, ‘Harry was determined to keep the papers out of the way as much as possible’.

“Everything was done with telephoto lenses. It was hopeless. And when they drove by, they turned away from me”he says.

“We were punished”

A behavior “deliberate”according to Arthur Edwards, who thinks that Prince Harry wanted to make the British press coverage of his relationship with Meghan Markle. “In many ways they were treated poorly”recognizes the reporter. “Harry was angry with us because of the things said about Meghan. Some things were quite hard. Others were pretty unfair. He was angry and I felt we were being punished for that. »

Harry “declined the invitation from Charles III”, the controversy swells

Meghan and Harry were married on May 19, 2018 at the Saint-Georges Chapel at the Château de Windsor, in front of 600 most prestigious guests. Among the stars present, we remember Amal and George Clooney, Victoria and David Beckham and Elton John, who gave a small private concert. A wedding the cost of which is estimated at 32 million pounds sterling, or nearly 38 million euros, but which leaves everyone with a bitter taste since Megxit.

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