It’s been exactly one week since the now-Duke and Duchess of Sussex tied the knot at their royal wedding in Windsor Chapel. And although it seemed like the entire world was watching what went down inside the church—Harry’s lip bite, Bishop Michael Curry’s epic sermon, the Kingdom Choir’s amazing "Stand By Me" rendition—the couple decided to make their evening wedding reception a highly private event for their nearest and dearest.
Guests at the reception, of which there were only around 200, were not allowed to bring their cell phones inside—understandably, details of the afterparty hosted by Prince Charles have remained pretty under wraps. But because this was undoubtedly where the real fun was had, we obviously want to know everything we can.
According to Vanity Fair, James Corden and Serena Williams allegedly played beer pong, and George Clooney, Kate Middleton, Meghan, and her mother Doria Ragland all took part in a dance-off competition. Prince William also apparently roasted his brother in his best man speech.
Now, a new detail has emerged, and it proves this couple has the best sense of humor. Meghan Markle’s close friend, Jania Gavankar, shared the hilarious way Meghan and Harry poked at their respective American and British nationalities during their reception.
According to the True Blood actress, each table at the reception at Frogmore House was named after a food that's pronounced differently in the United States and in the United Kingdom.
“Potato, potato, tomato, tomato, oregano, oregano,” Gavankar told the magazine in a quote that doesn't entirely translate well to print. “It was so sweet. There were so many nods to the beautiful mashup of two cultures.”
She also said the “family and chosen family” who were selected to attend the reception “danced until the wee hours. We partied and celebrated and ate sliders at 2 in the morning," she said. "It was such a beautiful day and a carefree night, and it was a very powerful day in history. And I think everybody felt it across the world."