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Does this mean Suits is over?
Thomas Markle, 73, who is currently living in Mexico, met his future son-in-law in January, but it has not yet been confirmed whether or not he will walk his daughter down the aisle.
The most recent article I could find (Nov 13) says that if Suits returns for an eighth season, Patrick J. Adams and Meghan Markle would not be part of it.
There goes the show. They are the best part. I also heard they may make a spinoff instead using Jessica as the lead in Chicago.
Stupid puff piece, evidence of why countries which seem to need a monarchy are backward, out of date, and immature democracies.
Besides - in the reporter´s enthusiasm lotsof mistakes were incuded examples.
Windsor <<CHAPEL>> is not a church, it is just a chapel, does not have a parish or regular services.
It is hardly a cathedrel and not as big as it looks. The eastern 1/3 of its lenght is a morturary chapel not accessible to the wedding, which will take place, in the center choir 1/3 mostly invisible to the guests in the western 1/3 blocked by thearch supporting the organ. The choir itself is only half as wide as the structure, bound by knights´choir stalls with aisles on both sides. this means that in terms of a normal church wedding, the ceremoney will be viewed by at most 100 people.
As the groom is only 5th in line for the throne, and not a lord, his marriage would not jutify the use of the Abby for EIIR or Wales in St Paul´s cathedrals while would hold over 1000.
Other error, the Church of England does not support divorsed person´s second marriages. So Charles and the Duchess of York´s marriage was in the city hall of Westminister (note not a part of London as mentioned in the article), not within the walls of Windsor, and certainly not in St George´s chapel.
The fact that the press has a need to inflate its dtails, is itself a symptom of a process in decline.
The fact that the British royal family changed its name from Hanover to Windsor was a political move since the family of German origin was at the time with Germany. The same goes for the Duke of Edinburgh´s family name changed from the German, Battenburg to Montbaton.
It’s not your country or your leader, so why do you sound so angry?
Welcome the Gooss normal diatribe for everything American (of which he claims to be a citizen) and the machinations of almost anything not Socialist Majorcan in nature.
LOL. I have noticed. The Royal system has worked for England for a long time. Who are we to denounce it? If their citizens want a change, it’s up to them, not us. We left the monarchy after the Revolution. He does not like fairytales, which is what this is.