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Assuming the nuptials go ahead as planned, the upcoming royal wedding will be a clear test of how much British public opinion has shifted in 81 years, and of just how different — or how similar — the Britain of 2018 will be to the Britain of 1936.actress Meghan Markle have finally made things official.It’s also because Markle had a high-profile role on the USA Network show that Harry took the unusual step of issuing an official statement in November 2016, four months after they began dating, condemning the “wave of abuse and harassment” his girlfriend had endured. Markle’s safety and is deeply disappointed that he has not been able to protect her,” the statement said.There was a reason for that: Many of the attacks were both racist and sexist in tone.Markle will in some ways be following in the footsteps of Wallis Simpson, a divorced American woman who married into the British royal family nearly 81 years ago.Then-King Edward VIII abdicated the throne rather than end the relationship.
"Then we were really by ourselves, which was crucial to me to make sure that we had a chance to get to know each other."that Harry is “happier than he’s been for many years” and is "besotted" with the Markle.Last November, for instance, the Daily Star Online reported that Harry “could marry into gangster royalty — his new love is from a crime ridden Los Angeles neighborhood.” Markle, for her part, wasn’t the shy and retiring type.