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Luckily for The Daily Show‘s Trevor Noah, his standup date in London overlapped with the royal wedding. This gave the Johannesburg-born comedian plenty of material to work with, and his take on racial and social implications of the wedding of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry was spot on — especially since he probably wrote most of the jokes that day. Noah delivered an extended explanation of how the wedding would have gone if it was “a real black wedding,” which included an impression of a Nigerian uncle who would have ridden in the carriage with the couple, reminding them he paid for it.
After reaching out to several designers and being turned down, the actress chose a vintage look.
In a since-deleted Instagram post, Adams claimed a woman in the airport called him "chunky" in a photo from the royal wedding.
After a whirlwind 24 hours, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex now look forward to their first few weeks as the latest newlyweds in the royal family.
The Givenchy dress Markle wore during the royal wedding has some similarities to a 2001 rom-com look.
He's famous for singing "White Wedding," but Billy Idol just couldn't get the words to his royal wedding tribute right.
Meghan Markle's wedding dress designer, Clare Waight Keller, has unveiled sketches of the elegant Givenchy haute couture creation.
Some viewers were confused about Doria Ragland's seating assignment at St. George's Chapel on Saturday.
At St. George's Chapel, there was an empty seat next to Prince William, which was reportedly reserved in memory of Princess Diana.
Guests including Serena Williams and the Clooneys joined Meghan Markle and Prince Harry for a festive evening of fireworks, dancing, and "dirty burgers."
Prince Harry was dressed in black tie, and the royal bride had changed into a sexy white halter dress by designer Stella McCartney.