This Royal Couple will prove a force to be reckoned with. As Wonder Woman said, Love can and will Change the World. Bishop Curry totally agrees as you can tell from his Sermon. He began reading “The Power of Love,” which he wrote specifically for the royal wedding. He said with emotion: “Set me as a seal upon your heart, as a seal upon your arm; for love is strong as death, passion fierce as the grave. Its flashes are flashes of fire, a raging flame. Many waters cannot quench love, neither can floods drown it. There’s power in love,” he tells the Royal Couple, who are seated and holding hands. “We were made by a power of love and our lives were meant to be lived with that love,” he says.
The Ceremony was a reflection of the tremendous Love the two have for one another. There were influences from the British, American and Afro-American Cultures, Princess Diana was honored at the wedding, And — Who doesn’t want to look in someone’s eyes the way Harry did to Meghan and Meghan did to Harry. When he removed her veil in the Chapel, she looked at him with a love that took your breath away.
And The Dress. At first look I will admit I was a little disappointed. But then I thought, it’s her and it’s beautiful. Meghan’s Dress is perfect for her. She’s a natural beauty. The dress is simplicity personified. Her Tiara is a knockout. The focus became totally on Meghan and her face (and I absolutely loved the Tiara!). Apparently, the Washington Post concurs: Here’s the verdict from Washington Post fashion critic Robin Givhan:
“The dress isn’t everything but it is a lot. And the Givenchy haute couture gown chosen by Meghan Markle for her marriage to Prince Harry told a story about contemporary romance, geopolitical history and the institution into which she has married. But mostly, most importantly, it offered a bit of insight into the bride herself.
The sleek white gown, with its six strategically placed seams, was stitched from a heavy silk with a subtle sheen. A simple bateau neckline gracefully framed her face. The body of the dress subtly outlined her waist and flowed into a full train. But what was most noticeable were all the things that the dress was not. It was not a Hollywood red carpet statement. It was not a Disney princess fantasy. It was not a mountain of camouflaging tulle and chiffon.
The dress was free of extravagant embellishments. It was not covered in yards of delicate lace. It did not have a single ruffle — no pearls or crystals. Its beauty was in its architectural lines and its confident restraint. It was a romantic dress, but one that suggested a clear-eyed understanding that a real-life romance is not the stuff of fairy tales. The dress was a backdrop; it was in service to the woman.” Washington Post
And it would be remiss of me not to mention something vastly important. Before you can achieve a Love like Meghan and Harry are experiencing, you need to LOVE YOURSELF first. You will benefit from reading this article about increasing your self-esteem and self-love.
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And … by the way, This Wedding was extremely Sensual. It touched on our Senses in a beautiful way- the sights, the sounds, the feelings it evoked. This Royal Couple exemplifies Celebrating their Sensuality because of the way they live their lives!
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