Janina Gavankar, who attended the royal wedding at St. George's Chapel, opened up about the magical night to Town & Country, revealing the new Duke and Duchess of Sussex honored their backgrounds by having each table at the reception named for a food that is said differently in America and in the United Kingdom.
"I don't know much about her, but what I've seen or heard ― whether it's been true or false ― everything to me, it sounds unbelievable", Perry said. "We were told panty hose at some point but many Americans didn't wear them". It was a very quiet chapel.
Many of her guests followed Markle's lead and changed clothes for the evening reception where actor Idris Elba served as the DJ.
The former "True Blood" actress confessed she had reservations about the public attending the wedding just outside Windsor Castle.
"We really appreciated all the help, but we made a decision to hold the reception at the caravan park, which we paid for, because the venue was bigger", said Jade, adding that 87 guests had turned up to celebrate their special day with them. Sharing that with them was unexpected and heartwarming. "I thought it was flawless for her". "Most of the time I avoid headgear".
On Tuesday, the Kensington Palace shared one of the new Royal couple's official wedding photos and the black and white snapshot that captured the newlyweds radiated nothing but love and stole the internet's heart.
I opted for a minimal feather number.
"My stepfather is Richard Cobley of Richard Cobley Transport and he organised for the lorries to take us to the church", she said. You can go back to your thing now, but listen, just before you go in, let's sit down on these stairs.' And she just slumped in between his legs, and there was this moment where they were just laughing because they were joking about how they were exhausted and finally it's all over.
But if Harry isn't present, everything changes and Markle will have to curtsy to them, as they then technically outrank her. "Imagine what they can do together".