Meghan Markle Prince Harry

Meghan Markle married her Prince Charming, Prince Harry of Windsor, during an understated yet elegant ceremony at Windsor Castle in England. Meghan and Harry's wedding was the most viewed BBC television event of the year. Over 30 million Americans tuned in across the pond, attracting a larger American television audience than Harry's parents, Prince Charles and Princess Diana's wedding in 1981.

Meghan's "something borrowed" was her wedding dress, which was very similar to, if not an exact match, of the gown worn by Princess Angela of Liechtenstein (née Angela Gisela Brown), who holds the distinction as the first black commoner to marry into European royalty in 2000.

Meghan, 36, broke with tradition by electing not to have an adult bridesmaid (who can forget Kate Middleton being upstaged by her own sister, Pippa, at her wedding?).

Meghan was followed into the church by a gaggle of 10 mini bridesmaids and page boys, including Harry's four-year-old nephew Prince George and three-year-old niece Princess Charlotte.

Meghan walked part way down the aisle alone, before being escorted the rest of the way down the aisle by her new father-in-law Prince Charles, as her own father Thomas Markle is recovering from a heart procedure.

Dean of Windsor David Conner conducted the ceremony, but U.S. Bishop Michael Curry, of Chicago, will be remembered for his lengthy and passionate address, which invoked the name of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

An all-black choir performed a moving gospel rendition of the 1961 hit song Stand by Me.

After being declared husband and wife, Megan and Harry signed the register and walked back down the aisle. Meghan's bouquet was later placed at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier -- as per tradition.

They left their reception in a silver-blue Jaguar carrying a personalized license plate -- E190518 -- the date of their special day.

The beaming mother of the bride, Doria Ragland, wore an Oscar de la Renta coat and dress, which she stealthily carried in a Burberry garment bag to throw off the gossip tabloids.

Sheku Kanneh-Mason

Meghan personally called Sheku Kanneh-Mason to invite him to play the cello at her wedding. Prince Harry recommended him after seeing him perform at a charity event. Watch video of his performance below.

Invited celebrities in attendance included Idris Elba and his fiancee Sabrina Dhowre (pictured), Elton John, George and Amal Clooney, Oprah Winfrey, Serena Williams, David and Victoria Beckham, Tom Hardy, James Corden, James Blunt, Carey Mulligan and Priyanka Chopra, as well as Meghan's colleagues from the TV show Suits.

Following the service, Harry and Meghan traveled around Windsor Town in a horse-drawn carriage, waving at members of the public who joined in the joyous celebrations.

Later in the afternoon, the couple made their way to a reception hosted by Queen Elizabeth II, while select invitees attended the evening reception at Frogmore House.

Harry and Meghan will now be known by their official titles as The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Earl and Countess of Dumbarton and Baron and Baroness of Kileel.

Congratulations to the happy couple!

 

 

 

Photos by Andrew Matthews - WPA Pool/Getty Images

  • DETROITTOATL

    Sandra did you attend the Royal Wedding?

  • Deetruth

    That is sad they gave her all the hand me downs . Plus Harry's Ex girlfriend was there too . Everyone know Harry isn't Prince Charles real Son so they treated him like the red headed step child .

  • Bossy704

    I am going to create a hashtag #notthefirstblackqueen we been in there for centuries. Also Meghan and Harry are cousins. He did not pick some random Black chic. Also she has told ya'll she ain't Black. Edit: (I know she's not an "actual" Queen. Try to read me and you will be read for filth)

  • Yoni7

    Granted I didn't watch the wedding (didn't even know when it was on), but by the pics I see floating around......I was underwhelmed by her dress. It looked like it came off the David's Bridal $99 clearance rack. And her "party/reception" dress was ill-fitting and looked donated AND borrowed. TO ME!

    I hear the Spike Lee lookalike pastor/bishop was from around my way. #Cincinnatistandup

  • king shun

    they should have put on the big screen him exposing himself drunk in vegas it would have been a nice little joke

  • Starsky Willows

    Why you mad?

  • Yoni7

    That is sad they gave her all the hand me downs
    _______________________
    Man listen!!! I just said that her 2nd dress looked a lil donated and borrowed.

  • Quitedeliteful

    I had to go look this up. It beautiful how they can trace their lineage back hundreds of years...

  • Quitedeliteful

    I hear the Spike Lee lookalike pastor/bishop
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    Snicker...

  • Tammie Reed

    Although her Givenchy custom wedding dress was very plain and NOT my taste, she looked lovely. I love their love, find them very cute together! Her Stella McCartney dress at the reception was very nice too! I wish them lots of happiness! xoxo

  • Yoni7

    I saw a pic on IG like "What is Spike.....OH! Dat ain't Spike." LOL

  • PhillyFacts

    Thanks for the info on Princess Angela! Nice write up Sandy, too bad they didn't hire you to take pics. That would've been a treat you were a great photographer, plus your familiar the folks across the pond. Maybe next time Princess Charlotte will be marrying soon lol!

  • Tammie Reed

    agreed!

  • Rere

    I wanted a better dress for her BUT it wasn't my wedding! I wish them the best.

  • A.P. Millz-CT

    I thought she looked like a classic beauty in her wedding dress.. Her face, hair, everything was perfect, imo.. Loved her mother :)

  • Blaque Mahogany

    Three weeks ago black people were wearing all black to the movie theater and screaming Wakanda Forever. Two days ago, they woke up early in the morning to watch a biracial woman marry into an imperialist kingdom that has made and continue to makes it money off of the backs of oppressed (actual) black people. I'm sleep though...

  • Mr.LeBrickJames

    She didn't pick a dress to impress other people. She picked a dress that she liked. That's what matters in life... Do what works for you, instead of worrying about what other people think.

  • Soda

    You with this again? Grow up---Harry has.

  • mona q

    Please show me where you saw that she says she isn't black because everything I have read said that she identifies with both sides of her heritage (as she should). I keep seeing people claim that she says she isn't black...saying you aren't black and saying that you are proud of both sides of your family are two totally different things.

    "Markle, 36, has spoken in the past about the importance of acknowledging both sides of her background. (Her mom Doria Ragland is Black, and her dad Thomas Markle is white.)

    “While my mixed heritage may have created a grey area surrounding my self-identification, keeping me with a foot on both sides of the fence, I have come to embrace that,” Markle wrote for Elle in 2015. “To say who I am, to share where I’m from, to voice my pride in being a strong, confident mixed-race woman. That when asked to choose my ethnicity in a questionnaire as in my seventh grade class, or these days to check ‘Other’, I simply say: ‘Sorry, world, this is not Lost and I am not one of The Others. I am enough exactly as I am.’”

  • jeniefrumdabloc™

    Chile whole got dayum ceremony just beautiful ... Just beautiful ... Simply beautiful .... It was dope ... ???? much love to these two.... Dianna is so proud ... So proud ..

  • Phillybruh

    He's arguable one of if not the most popular royals. If they treated him like a step child his wedding wouldn't have even been televised. He's balding like his brother and Charles .

  • Lady_Elle

    She looked beautiful... very understated.
    At the end of the day... it was her choice.

  • Soda

    What would that hashtag have to do with Meghan anyway? She'll never be queen.

  • mona q

    This doesn't sound like a person who is denouncing her blackness:
    My teacher told me to check the box for Caucasian. 'Because that's how you look, Meghan,' she said. I put down my pen. Not as an act of defiance, but rather a symptom of my confusion. I couldn't bring myself to do that, to picture the pit-in-her-belly sadness my mother would feel if she were to find out. So, I didn't tick a box. I left my identity blank—a question mark, an absolute incomplete—much like how I felt.

  • sherri2016

    Bishop Curry used to preach here in Baltimore too

  • mona q

    Thank you! Finally a very positive person with something positive to say. It's too early for all this negativity.

  • Quitedeliteful

    Talk about an imperialist family!!! Check this article out in NaturalNews.com where Prince Williams makes a case for “voluntary family limitation” in other words, 'GENOCIDE' of African people and why -- because (according to his racist logic) the population growth in Africa is putting a tremendous amount of pressure on the natural world and driving many species of animals to extinction!!! He wants to save the animals but kill African People?? And then him and his tribe will organize hunting expeditions to kill the animals they claim they want to 'save'...

  • Quagsire!

    Slow news day, huh?
    This is hashed over. We have seen all of this ad nauseum.
    There are more TVs and phones with television capabilities in 2018 than there were in 1981 so it’s logical that theee were more people tuned in to see the royal wedding.

  • Guest

    She did. If she looks at her pictures 5, 10,15,20 years from now that dress will look classic and elegant which is the point. Her dress will not look trendy or dated.

  • mona q

    I really wish people would stop spreading lies that she has said she isn't black. She is mixed. Why would she claim one side of her being over another? She is mixed. There is nothing wrong with that. In fact, her father made sure she had black barbie dolls and dolls that looked like her growing up. She has said she is closer to her mom than her dad. Clearly the woman is not denying being black. It is also clear from HER wedding choices that she has NO problem with her blackness.

  • DaughterOfaQueen

    Blah Blah Blah... I'm glad it's over, I found it strange that the father of the bride just so happened to have heart surgery right NOW?

  • RICHIE_RICH

    She looked lovely and classy. I love the simplistic looked.

  • DaughterOfaQueen

    Ms. Sandra is the mother of the bride from your tribe?? Why did she need to throw off the tabloids by carrying a purse?

  • mona q

    It is cool that we can trace lineage so far back...I had to look it up too. Unfortunately for the person who said he didn't just pick a random black girl....They were set up on a blind date so he certainly didn't pick her because she was his cousin...in fact, they didn't even know this fact when they were dating...these theories and lies have to stop...lol...

  • PhillyFacts

    Foolishness people are so mean spirited it's sad, try to find bad in every darn thing.

  • Blaque Mahogany

    Biracial/mixed is not black. It's not 1862 or 1922-- let the hypodescent ideology go. A biracial individual's journey, specifically one that has ambiguous or eurocentric features, is not the same as a black person's. Jesus Christ. It's nothing wrong with identifying as mixed or biracial, but y'all have got to stop trying to make everyone black.

    We love supporting everyone but actual black people. Haile Salassie's grandson (an actual Ethiopian prince) married an actual black woman from DC and no one gave a f.ck. Miss me with this love is love is shyt. This is another example of Black people vying for the affection and acceptance of yt folks.

    I said what I said.

  • Zeta Phi Beta 1920

    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Earl and Countess of Dumbarton and Baron and Baroness of Kileel.

    WOW.

  • Zeta Phi Beta 1920

    God Bless their union.
    May they shut the Nay Sayers down in Jesus name.

  • Blaque Mahogany

    Their uncle or daddy or cousin or whomever, loves dressing up like a Nazi. But mother effers are running around praising this bs.

  • Quitedeliteful

    That silver-blue Jaguar is a showstopper!!! That's all I got...

  • mona q

    THANK YOU! Well said.

  • Zeta Phi Beta 1920

    Glad read this. Thanks.

  • RICHIE_RICH

    Thank you

  • iWasteTime

    She looked beautiful.
    Simple, elegant and understated.
    Just beautiful!

  • Quitedeliteful

    And negroidians attending the wedding of those who would wipe them off of the face of the planet if they could -- and god knows they've tried...

  • Braxton P. Hartnabrig

    I think that black women wants to feel good inside knowing that they have a chance to get with they secretly desire. That BWC!!!! That's why they want Megan to be black.

  • PhillyFacts

    Black people are so hypocritical Obama became the POTUS and married Michele no problem he's black.... Meghan became a Duchess, marry's Harry and she identify more with her white side neglecting her black side.... They are both biracial and identify with both, however love know no bounds, and they had options just like you regardless of what race you are, the fact of the matter is it doesn't make them more or less black because of it. Blessings to both these couples!

  • HelloToni

    Thanks Aunty for this article. No other media outlet that I am aware of mentioned the dress. And can we also give it up to the choir. Amazing angelic but strong voices. Loved it.

  • Cannelle

    Girl, I saw that. Isn't HE on his third child? Some rich people seem to think that just because they can afford many kids, those kids aren't humans sucking up natural resources like the rest of us...

  • http://batman-news.com Roderick2011

    She was there in spirit.
    Maybe Sandra had tea and crumpets the same time the reception happened.

  • Yui

    Where’s a Janet Jackson post?

  • http://batman-news.com Roderick2011

    No, the mother was pictured carrying a Burberry dress bag when she was leaving L.A. so everyone thought that her outfit was from Burberry.

  • iWasteTime

    We are truly our own enemy.
    Her black ass Royal wedding lets me know that she knows she is part black, embraces it and showed the world.
    Some biracial people do emphatically state a side and some don't want to hurt their parents and pick. They helped ALL folk as individuals and will do so as a couple! That's all the matters.

  • SpillyNillie

    Congrats! Again...can we move on now?

  • king shun

    I really don't like this white men have a tendency to view other races as objects to be used and only themselves as humans..she is nothing more than just a nice looking pawn and sex toy in this guy eyes..you know he is a deviant by what he did in vegas and didnt he dress up like Hitler...why would this woman subject herself to this just for a title than can and will be taken away when he sees fit??

  • INDUSTRY GURU

    According to most celebrity blog sites, Beyonce was invited and confirmed to provide a performance.

    That couldnt have possibly been a fake PR story, guess she was busy "Kanye Shrug" and a sarcastic smirk

  • iWasteTime

    it's up

  • Rayne

    She looked so natural and pretty. Her husband is a looker too ?

  • Cannelle

    I agree with what you said, but damn if I'm not tired of arguing with people about it. Assigning people with a black parent or black grandparent as black is a very American USA thing. In other countries, they are referred to as a mixed race or separate category because most other places don't follow that racist rule

  • Cannelle

    Wondering why the ex even bothered to show up ?

  • Chase

    So did everyone forget this shot of Harry at a Halloween party with his other racist ass friends in KKK attire and black face..
    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/4486aac61236518cf4e2589b8b428c18c3d429308cc6abd1d7d2de703ec87f17.png

  • AmericanDream

    Congratulations to the newly weds and may their union be long lasting and fruitful . With that said , I’d like to get something off my chest lol. There are lot of things I hate about America and that I’m working at my lowly level to change ( guns, obesity , income inequality etc) but if there’s one thing I truly appreciate about this country is the absence of a monarchy . I find monarchies to be the anti thesis to what we’re told we are from the Bible to our laws and that is our equality .Theres something about having people lord it over you with no mandate that I find repulsive .

    Second , can we stop acting like this wedding is some kind of milestone for blacks ? It’s embarasing and only serves to perpetuate this awful narrative that some of us are desperate and always on the hunt for the approval and validation of white people.

  • Blaque Mahogany

    they are referred to as a mixed race or separate category because most other places don't follow that racist rule
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    That part.

    I'm done arguing though. I think....

  • FukkFolks2018

    I love ya

  • king shun

    he is abusing that woman as we speak

  • pure_rachet

    I am a direct descendant of Thomas Jefferson (I'm serious)

  • tia

    In Jesus name, Amen

  • king shun

    plenty of REAL black queens been in Africa for centuries and still are i guess when the white allow black in their castle that gives them legitimacy as a real queen

  • iWasteTime

    I love ya too!!

  • FukkFolks2018

    I'm a descendant of white folks. The racist ass Wallace Klan of Alabama. Yes those ones who unleashed dogs on black folks and stood his ass in the schoolhouse to prevent black students from attending. Do I go around "claiming it" daily? Why Meg keep getting shit? I doubt all the black cultural touches would have been included if she didn't recognize? Like ugh. Y'all make me damn sick sometimes. Leave folks alone. Worry about your own black ass family or your racist white ones.

  • Guest

    Yes. The clean lines are beautiful. Simple makeup. That crown is everything.

  • Yoni7

    Agreed.
    *goes back to read what has peed you off* LOL

  • FukkFolks2018

    her father made sure she had black barbie dolls and dolls that looked like her growing up
    ^^^^
    When I say I cheered a little when I saw Rob K had gotten Dream a black doll? I was like well well well!

  • dinedaaka

    This is true even in the Caribbean. In Haiti, they are still referred to as Mulatto. I know that's a racist term.

  • FukkFolks2018

    Folks sis. Folks.

  • cherrypie

    Whew!! Some of these comments tho ...???

  • Yoni7

    Cincinnati as well....

  • Prosperity Jefferson

    I thought social media was a place where everyone can have a freedom of speech

  • FukkFolks2018

    He was our state bishop for NC! So happy he got a stage as well

    http://www.newsobserver.com/entertainment/article211495389.html

  • FukkFolks2018

    I don't want her to be anything other than who she is. Black or not.

    I sleep with a big ass black cock every damn night. A whole ass river monster. So I don't secretly desire shit.

  • BeUtFullSoul

    Meghan, You LOOKED Lovely darling!, there are those of US who recognize that a "little" goes a long way. Simply elegant. You did it Just Right for YOU!..Carry on Duchess.

  • Mischelle

    The choir singing "Amen" as they were walking out to their chariot was so heavenly! The whole scene took my breath away.

  • DaughterOfaQueen

    Oh thanks for the clarification you know how Sandra shade can be embedded in the storyline?

  • i troll it like i see it

    I loved both of her dresses! They were simple and elegant and that seems to actually bother some folks, but when you look that damn good why do you need a bunch of lace and tulle and embellishments. Meghan is a beautiful woman.

  • Meme

    Was just about to say he's on his third one he had one of each already if that's his views why the need for a third one? Hmmm or is it one rule for them and another rule for everyone else

  • INDUSTRY GURU

    There is no question that Megan attempted to erase any appearance of being black to the media and the public at large. She was without question marketed by her inner management circle as white.

    She has never had a black man as a partner or husband. She traveled in white circles, in her career, earlier on she laid the ground work for being catorigorized as a shepardic jew.She never challenged this narrative.She stayed away from roles that would indenty her as black

    It wasnt untill she got intense media scrutiny from her romance with the Harry that pitures of her BLACK mom started popping up and stories that created a SPIN narrative that she was confused stuck in the middle of two races and not hiding her blackness intentionally. The UK media made sure to relentlessly expound her a black woman with a black mother.

    The Royal family has to change with times, modernize to continue to exist, Megan is part of that, this marriage was necessary for their survival ,no matter how uncomfortable it made the majority of the Royals feel.

    The sudden Black effect at her wedding,Black Preacher, Gospel Choir, Amazing Grace, was never her at all, it was all part of her image fixing.The Royals are heavly vested in African and Carribean Affairs she will be seen these countries hand in hand with Prince they need to "make soft her way" and they need her to been seen as black in these nations.No question this wedding was strategic, it was not a random, love at first sight Cinderella story.

  • Rico768

    that's not the same dress as Angelas though. Angelas dress has "stuff" on it while Meghans is plain.
    Im a guy so Stuff is how I can say it...

  • AnotherBlackGirl

    Meghan married her frog Prince ewww lol. Not fond of neither.Congrats anyway.

  • i troll it like i see it

    I haven't heard anyone refer to her as the first black queen. ? I don't give a crap about her saying she's not black because she isn't. In fact I'd prefer it if mixed people just called themselves mixed race, and stop hijacking blackness, by black passing. Don't know anything about the distant cousin part. Who are their shared blood relatives?

  • Thingamajig

    This was beautiful. I rather this than Cardi B.

  • Jahnée Gill Mr.Eddie Murphy??

    Thank you!

    You have slow dimwitted grown ass people in their feelings here. Over a white woman with a black mother marrying into an inbred racist ass family. Some black people are so ignorant and hungry to accept any and every body.

    Meghan isn't a black woman and she will never be one!

  • Neva RuthLess

    Yes Princess Angela got the come up of the century. She married into the wealthiest royal family in Europe. I just love to see black women win and thrive. It’s so inspiring.

  • i troll it like i see it

    I respect that she acknowledges both sides. I think we sometimes need to realize we can't have it both ways. Black people feel slighted when mixed people say they are mixed, as if they are denying their black side, then also feel slighted when mixed people are considered solely black and represent blackness, because then they are seen as the "preferred ones" (which historically they have been) over black people, (this goes double for women) so people need to just let folks live. If Meghan wants to say she's mixed why not? She is! At least she's not in denial such as people like Robyn Dixon and Giselle from RHOP.

  • Neva RuthLess

    I’ve noticed black people hate when black women get a piece of happiness. They want black women to know our place and not to become to uppity and high class. Well that’s too bad! Meghan was carried in the womb of a black woman, was breastfed by a black woman who raised her to be the best and marry the best. Black women let’s start treating and raising our daughters like strong gorgeous intelligent princesses who are entitled to everything good in this world. It starts in the home.

  • Neva RuthLess

    Harry looks sexy now to me. William lost all his looks but he use to be fine lol.

  • Neva RuthLess

    No black men tend to view women as objects hence why black men don’t marry the mothers of their children, and they promote this side chick culture which only leads to disease and broken homes. Nice try.

  • Scorpio

    I thought about how far we have come from the movie "An Imitation of Life." The fact that she could claim her mother and not deny her in this day an age.

  • Neva RuthLess

    He married her dawg, how is she a pawn!? Black men more bitter than Starbucks Chile.

  • i troll it like i see it

    Yes it will because it's not trendy. She could even hand it down one day to a daughter and it would look equally gorgeous as the day she wore it to her wedding to Harry.

  • Yetunde

    Thank you. I hate the way people keep on downing her because she calls herself mixed race as opposed to black. Your comment states everything that I've been thinking.

  • AnotherBlackGirl

    Oh ok. Well to me neither of them are good looking. I don't care for men with orange hair and men who are balding prematurely.

  • Coco_Butter

    My two favorite moments of the wedding with the first seeing Harry and Will walking to the church and looking handsome. I love how close they are Diana would be proud.

    The second was when Meghan walked down the aisle with those adorable kids. Those kids were so unfazed and composed with all eyes on them. It’s was soooo beautiful.

  • SpiceGirl

    I thought she looked GREAT...the wedding was great, IMHO........but folks are MAD that man married a POC.....went on TMZ just to read SOME comments.....smmfh.......I ran up out, off that thread! Folks BIG time mad....lmmfao (it is THIER life, they are the ones who has to live it)

  • Miss Thang

    I hope this will inspire more regular brides to cover up their arms. Too many batwings being aired out at weddings nowadays.

  • Prettybrowneyes

    ??? Say it louder for the people in the back!

  • Miss Thang

    I loved the cut and style of her dress, but the fit should have been better. It didn't fit right around the bodice and under arm. Her hair needed bobby pins. I couldn't stand the little strands of hair hanging down like she just came from a 5 mile run.

  • king shun

    i see alot of women promoting and participating in this side chick culture..and what i mean as objects not something a rudimentary as sex but more of the massive bombing and killing of other races and experimenting on other races that guy prince harry himself have killed untold hundreds of afghan villagers flying attack helicopters tell me what black men have used black women in science experiments..your bitterness have caused you to go blind and love thy enemy like the white man book told you too

  • i troll it like i see it

    I agree, I adore a BBC so there's no secret burning desire for BWC, but, at the same time I can be happy for another woman of color finding love in someone else if she wants. And yes some people are trying to make Meghan be what they want her to be, I'm not one of them. I swear some black men sound downright jealous of Harry when discussing this.

  • Miss Thang

    hell naw! Now we gotta prepare for Bump Watch 2018!!!

  • Miss Thang

    Obama was never black to me. Especially since he's not the descendant of slaves. We don't share the same heritage. I liked him and voted for him twice, but I never thought of him as black. But, I think people took into consideration that he married a black woman and that increased his blackness.

  • alwayznillin

    You must not watch the television show Suits, where Meghan has been one of the main characters, for the past 7 plus years. On that show, she has a black father.

    So, she clearly identifies as being of mixed race heritage in her TV life, as well as her personal life.

  • AListDiva29

    Even though the top looked like it needed taken in and it was plain, it was still a beautiful dress on a beautiful woman! I just felt bad for her mother attending alone, I'm sure she felt out of place!

  • i troll it like i see it

    The bride was lovely, they couple seemed happy and in love, her mother displayed amazing elegance and grace sitting their alone supporting her daughter but yes, the heavy black presence at the wedding was disingenuous, and overcompensating and I say that only because before the engagement to Harry, Meghan Markle was not really associated with many black people. I mean did she even grow up in the black church? Yet they had a Pentecostal preacher going off in there. Aren't she and Harry both Catholics now? All performances were put on by black people and that was most certainly contrived. I just think they may have done a bit too much for optics and to prove that the royals are welcoming of someone of color into their fold. I know people are praising it but, if you weren't living your life like this before then are you not putting on a bit of a show to sway public opinion?

  • Cats Gold

    Most Black Americans are mixed no one should say they are Black including Beyonce who is more mixed than Black.I think everyone should acknowledge their mixed heritage no one is 100% anything.

  • deadellamore

    Team Meghan and Harry!!!!

  • Kemi

    I love the simplicity of both dresses. She didn’t give the media the opportunity to over sensationalize her dresses, but to instead focus on their beautiful day, inclusive of the people and great talents that were present! I’m very impressed with her! Wish them a beautiful married life!!

  • jeniefrumdabloc™

    It was beautiful .. Just beautiful

  • Miss Thang

    That dress will be archived, never to be worn by another human ever again lol

  • FukkFolks2018

    Oh Im team love. I dont care about any of it. I am happy for whomever finds it and whatever color shade its in...But to say BLACK women...as in all of us... secretly desire some pink dack is not true.

  • Lady_Elle

    I tend to agree with you!

  • Miss Thang

    he wasn't Pentecostal. He's Episcopalian. Meghan was Catholic but recently converted to Church of England, otherwise she wouldn't have been able to marry Harry.

  • i troll it like i see it

    I agree, it's because she's female.

  • Miss Thang

    yes, I don't understand the fit of her dresses! They have access to the best tailors in the world. Why is she at her wedding in a loose bodice?

  • Logan Roberts

    I wish Meghan & Handsome Harry well. I didn't like her dress and I also didn't like what Idis girlfriend had on either.

  • Renee26

    Nice looking couple... He wore the rugged look well

  • Logan Roberts

    Everybody has their own opinion just like you do.

  • Coffee1st

    Wow. I had no interest in watching the wedding, but it sounds like it was beautiful. I wish them all of the happiness they can stand. As far as her claiming biracial as opposed to black - eh, that's her personal decision. That used to get to me, but we can't always be in our feelings about someone else's life decisions. Being "black" and understanding what honor comes with that is a blessing in itself. And for anyone who could choose to claim it and doesn't, all I have to say is - Hope that works out for ya.

  • Logan Roberts

    Girl, beard gang ?

  • Renee26

    When did they start making black barbies that look biracial?? Joking... Lol

  • i troll it like i see it

    Sorry read somewhere that he was Pentecostal but either way, I'm wondering if I've ever seen a wedding where two people had a someone of a different faith preaching, (i.e. Rabbi at a Catholic wedding and so forth)....but I understand this was for show.

  • JusSTOP

    I can't believe the comments. Who cares if she is Black or White. The dress is now old, 2018 collection...Lets empower... We have more pressing issues to discuss. Like why did Sabrina Dhowre wear that Gucci outfit to the wedding? She must have lost her clothes during travel.

  • joel adams

    People get married everyday. She know her job is to pretend to be humble and regular .
    She found a prince by heritage and title .
    Some blk women don't appreciate the KING they attached to.

  • Neva RuthLess

    BLACK men are far from innocent.

  • Peace

    Wow, the plantation princess dress Lol. NO really good article. I thought Meghan and even Kate could have had better choices of Wedding Dresses. It's the Royal Wedding for Christ sake, the Dress should be Stunning. Just plain long white dresses were not a hit. Both Harry and William seemed disappointed in them dresses by their looks. Their Mom had a fabulous dress so did all the other Royal Brides.

    But hey. That's how these Modern Brides do it. Still don't see how Harry couldn't find a bride in all of England to marry. 2each his own.

  • i troll it like i see it

    Hell no it's not true and its always a little hypocritical when some black men say Meghan Markle gave "us" the green light to get with a white man, well what was their green light? Because they have been indiscriminate with their dating choices for many years now and no one batted an eye.

  • Lunatic Frank

    I keep seeing people most notably black women talk about a black princess but I have yet to see one , all I see is a mulatto married to a white man

  • i troll it like i see it

    I said she could, hypothetically, just to emphasize how classic it is, its style will transcend time, but I know that it's not to be worn by anyone else.

  • Fire & Ice

    I have to admit that I wasn't keeping up with this wedding. Nonetheless, she looked beautiful and elegant. We've become saturated with this over the top culture, that we've forgotten how beautiful modesty, and simplicity is. In 15-20 years, her look will be timeless. Not what the hell was I thinking!

  • the guest

    The most beautiful wedding reflecting the love and intentions of change in the world by this beautiful couple.

    Bishop Michael Curry beautiful evoked the anscestors blessings over Meghan and Harry, The Deacon who officiated has such a warm spirit, the sole little black boy in the Church of England boys choir was just darling and the first in a royal wedding, the Cellist ripped Ave Maria and prayed as he played, the religious speakers brilliant, the black choir of course sang beautifully but they looked among the most beautiful at the wedding and the director is a genius, and exiting the church to the negro spiritual Amen was breathtaking.

    Ms. Doria Rangland, who sat regally and supported her daughter so beautifully on her own brought tears to my eyes, Prince Charles redeemed himself with his graceful and gallant chivalry toward his revolutionary daughter in law and her mother, Harry, who LOVES this woman unconditionally with everything he his is a man of profound character who will be a brilliant father to their future children, and Ms. Meghan, her whole heart and all that she is and the difference she intends to make in this world was reflected in her wedding.

    Princess Diana is most certainly the happiest angel in heaven.

  • Lunatic Frank

    They living vicariously through her

  • Lunatic Frank

    Many Black Women are trying to claim her as black

  • Lunatic Frank

    But she is not black

  • Fire & Ice

    Bingo! That's the same thing I said. In a few years her look will be timeless. There's something very beautiful about simple elegance

  • INDUSTRY GURU

    I was referring to her entire career up to this point, not just this the one show.
    "suits". Which is not a Black show , just as I stated . I was also reffering to her social circles and her relationship circles, how she has lived her life and allowed her image to be portrayed to the public in Media and Entertainment up untill this point where now there is an essential need for her to acknolwedge her blackside.

    .

  • MyaCompton

    ????????!!!!!!

  • the guest

    She's proudly mixed, biracial. It's time for black community to accept mixed, biracial people as mixed, biracial.

  • Quitedeliteful

    I could believe that....

  • the guest

    I loved her hair, simple and elegant and how it naturally fell. Her dressed was stunning and the perfect choice to reflect elegance, modesty, and innocence--all three qualities she evoked beautifully. Harry outdid himself and he knows how lucky and blessed he is.

  • Courtney Wheeler

    well tell mixed people to make up their own minds.

  • CookieMobster

    Wow!! What a fairy tale

  • Fire & Ice

    Agreed! If only for one day, it took us away from ratchetness! It was refreshing to see a woman commad everyone's attention, with elegance and modesty.

  • Quitedeliteful

    They may not have known this fact when they were dating but as soon as they realized Harry was truly interested she was thoroughly vetted. Not only did they investigate her family going back hundred of years but they found a connection!!! Most folks can only go back two or three generations.

  • SingleGalCrazyWorld

    She looked so beautiful like something out of a fairy tale...but the way Harry looked at her and the way they made eye contact it was refreshing to see it for some reason...Most men I see with their wives dont even look at them twice let alone gaze at them longingly...smh...its that red head love LOL...

  • Bossy704

    It has to do with Meghan because people are acting like she is the first Black Queen regardless of her title. Let's not get stuck on semantics. Hashtags don't have to be literal. They have to be catchy. Do you have a better one , Smarty Pants?

  • Bossy704

    I am mad at people acting like she is the first Black Royal. My people have been Kings and Queens for centuries. I'm also mad at that ugly ass dress.

  • AndSo

    Thank you. Black men abuse and disrespect black women today more than any other group.

  • 88

    GROSS!!!!

  • Bossy704

    It is a hashtag I thought was catchy. Ya'll tripping. It's not that serious.

  • Bossy704

    YES Black and Whites in the US are RELATED BLOOD KIN

  • Bossy704

    And because you read the official story that they were strangers you believe cause it must be true right? She been chilling a Buckingham Palace her entire life. Ya'll funny. Why you think she got off social media? I LOVE Meghan but ya'll need to wake up. #sheeple

  • Bossy704

    There is nothing mean about what I said. REACHING. Whose foolish? Philly? Explains a lot. I would be foolish to you.

  • Bossy704

    It is an opinion and this is a blog for OPINIONS not a supported thesis. If you don't believe the facts I state that's on you #sheeple

  • Soda

    Lol!

  • Bossy704

    COSIGN

  • MMHMMM ? ??EEMA

    Who are you to say what matters in her life? You’re a peasant trying to equate your reality with hers. Impossible!

  • Bossy704

    THIS. All Black people are not the same. Thank you for understanding.

  • Roxie Moxie

    I just noticed the black and white checkered flooring. The duality of it all. I can't say either way how I feel about their wedding. Whatever makes her happy. I'd still say that I just don't trust the Royals; they have a long history of specific involvement in many sinister things. But we'll keep that under wraps for now. lol

  • Bossy704

    My Dear I am here to tell you everything you see on television and Facebook is an absolute lie. Not arguing with you - just letting you know 'cause I want you to do better. Stay up sis.

  • Roxie Moxie

    "I am here to tell you everything you see on television and Facebook is an absolute lie".
    _________________________________________
    Please say this again. Some people don't want to accept this fact. It might cause a malfunction to their brain if the wool was ACTUALLY lifted from their eyes. I've learned though, that some people are happy with lies; it keeps them comfortable and complacent. So, for those people, you may never reach. *shrugs*

  • Roxie Moxie

    My god!! SOMEONE gets it!!! It is all strategic and as usual, on cue, we fall for it. It's pretty easy to fool us Americans, didn't you know? LOL

  • Renee Bee

    I really enjoyed the entire affair. It was quite lovely. (Said in a fake English accent)

  • Roxie Moxie

    You know black folk overlook this. lol White acceptance makes some of us subconsciously happy! lol

    Looka here massa, wes got into da royals family nah/we done come up in da world/we gots ahs us a first black princess. LOL

    Eh, well......I know I wouldn't date NOBODY (if I was into white men) that dressed up like this with his clad of friends. No thank you!

  • Roxie Moxie

    You can. Thing is that some people think you need to agree with their opinion and get upset when you don't. I say what I want and who cares about someone else's response. I won't see in person, half these mofos anyway, so what do I care?

  • Roxie Moxie

    Word!? You from da Nasti Nati too?? I lived in Cincinnati until I was about 9 years old then moved to NY. I'm actually going in June for our family reunion at Lake Isabella!

  • Chief Troll So Hard

    You dumb

  • Kemi

    The young cellist gave me life... beautifully talented young man. He’s definitely going places.

  • Roxie Moxie

    For me, it's not about her being black or white, because I could really care less. She isn't the first biracial female and she won't be the last. It's the dynasty that she's married into is the issue. How can we as black folk be happy about that? Have you read to any extent of what is they've been linked to? Besides setting up Diana, there's A LOT more. I dunno if I'd want to marry into a family who has deep ties with Nazis. Am I supposed to believe they just up and changed into better human beings? LOL Nah.......

  • BeUtFullSoul

    EXACTLY. Have a Blessed day!

  • FukkFolks2018

    This wasnt on TV or Facebook. It was from an interview she did years before she married or met him. Its her own words.

  • JENNYJONES1

    IT ISN'T THE BLACK WOMEN OR PEOPLE FOR THAT FACT THAT ARE GOING TO EQUATE HER AS BEING BLACK IT IS AND WILL BE THE WHITE PEOPLE, ALL DAY EVERY DAY EXCEPT THE ONES THAT WANT TO MAKE HER BETTER THAN BLACK B/C HER FATHER IS WHITE WITH A HILLBILLY TRASHY FAMILY..........JENNY JONES!!!

  • FukkFolks2018

    Wtf is your issue? You are strange. And you upvote yourself. So lame too

  • FukkFolks2018

    I am in the same state you are in Miss "704". And you are foolish to me. Hell

  • FukkFolks2018

    Bc nobody likes her hashtag is my guess

  • Roxie Moxie

    Black folk still love, want and need white acceptance for something to be valid.

  • Upside Risk

    Not being a descendant of slaves makes you less black? Well I guess I need to tell my African parents and relatives who never stepped out of Africa and did not descend from slaves that their black cards have been revoked. Smh

  • Miss Thang

    no, but not being a descendant of slaves means that he doesn't come from the same place as me, therefore you are not in my particular group.

  • MMHMMM ? ??EEMA

    Gfycsscfdsfggf!

  • Upside Risk

    People who didn't descend from slaves are not part of your group? Sure. But saying "not black"? That's just making me scratch my head

  • Neva RuthLess

    She was born from a black woman. Prince Harry mother in law is a black woman. I can relate to this woman and I am truly inspired and motivated to elevate as a young black woman. That is all. Also Princess Angela is fully black.

  • PhillyFacts

    Your mean spirited hence why you keep defending your post on this issue... I repeat this is foolishness the girl stated she is "biracial" she is not just black or white she is biracial. Y'all act like it's something wrong with her saying I'm not black, or I'm not white why must she identify as one or the other when she's a mixture of both.

    I actually graduated from JCS, and lived in Charlotte in the 28213 for four years in Maple Run off Canterwood Dr, behind N Tryon. We use to skate at Eastland Mall, grab a grub at Bojanles, and shop at Piggly Wiggly, and Food Lion. Believe me every city has it's share of foolish people and darling you're one of them, but don't worry God protects baby's and fools so your good. Be clear Philly is where I'm from born and raised, where I am, and where my heart is so miss me with the bs.

  • pure_rachet

    There was a book written about the descendants of him and Sally Hemmings. I am not from Sally but I am from Jefferson.

  • TMW

    The yt pepo were saying she was “channeling” Caroline Bissette Kennedy, John Jr’s wife. OK.

    These dresses are almost identical.

  • mona q

    So it is your OPINION that she has "told y'all that she ain't black" ...ahhhh. got it...BUT I'm a sheeple...OKAY...

  • mona q

    LOL...seriously though, he bought two sets of barbies so that she could have the blended family that she was in because all the barbie families were white Ken and white Barbie. So even her white father was making sure that she didn't grow up thinking she was white (not that I think her mom would even allow it). The barbie may not have looked mixed, but it wasn't a house full of white dolls is my point. Which I have seen parents of mixed kids do.

  • mona q

    Right!? It's important. It's refreshing to see.

  • mona q

    What's funny is your conspiracy theories cloaked in "wokeness". The fact that you feel the need to disrespect people who don't share the same conspiracy theories as you says much about you. I won't even engage with you anymore because I don't want all that negative energy you are spewing to stick to me. Be blessed.

  • Quitedeliteful

    That is fantastic! My sisters and I are going to Georgia in August to a plantation where my great great great great great grandmother and her descendants lived. A genealogist who works at the plantation and saw our family tree contacted my sister and told her about our family. My ancestors 'belonged' to a governor who took meticulous records. They have the originals in the Library of Congress.

  • FukkFolks2018

    This done made me misty.

  • mona q

    Thank you! This is exactly what I was going to say. I actually read many things AND my news source is not Facebook and TV...I read, and not just one thing on the internet. I am a paralegal so I research for a living. I don't just stop at the first article I read either. I dig deeper to find out if there is truth in what I'm reading. Some people seem to think that their conspiracy theories and ideas are the end all be all and everyone is are sheep...it's a difference of opinion and nothing more...doesn't mean I am any less intelligent or a sheep by any means. But there will always be people thinking they are more "woke" than everybody else. SMDH.

  • mona q

    #facts

  • mona q

    Some royal fans decided to do a family tree and found that some dude born in 1480 was their great, great, great, great, great, great, great, great, great, great, great, great, great, great grandfather.

  • pure_rachet

    On the cover of the book written about our two families (Sally and Jefferson) was a polaroid of a black dude. I kept trying to pick up the pic because it looked exactly like my brother. Let me know what happens! Thats exciting.

  • i troll it like i see it

    Oh sweet Jesus....

  • Raquelle Dellaghetto

    Doesn't matter who wears that dress it's still ugly.

  • ShadesofEMPRESS

    Meghan is so gorgeous. She looked so classy and refreshing for her wedding day. She doesnt owe you haters anything. I rarely like relationships but i love this one.

  • dontgetblocked

    Glad that's over. Now we can get back to reality and stop living through a mixed girl's dream of marrying a white man. We've been marrying Kings for centuries. We never needed a Prince Charming.

  • dontgetblocked

    Perfectly worded. However, I think Harry ( who will never be king) wanted to marry her. They gave in but made it a publicity stunt to sharpen their colonizing, slave holding past. She'll less than two years in the racist family.

  • dontgetblocked

    Keep us updated. I'm doing my genealogy search now. It's fascinating.

  • dontgetblocked

    There's a difference with being a descendant of a black slave and being a descendant of an African who has his African name and knows his history.

  • Quitedeliteful

    Will do. Three families were on this governor's plantation and he kept meticulous records e.g. He gave each person one wool blanket every 3 years!

  • Quitedeliteful

    I kept trying to pick up the pic because it looked exactly like my brother.
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    WOW!!!

  • Chase

    Exactly! ?

  • Miss Thang

    wow what a romantic you are.

  • hottlanta

    If she was on Muary looking for her 7th baby daddy for her 9 kids she would be black all day every and now she has married into some serious money besides a govment job money she ain't black.

  • hottlanta

    Glad to see someone who listened to their heart and got married without taking relationship advice from serial marrier Steve Harvey. I had to curse out my lame dresser/online shopper friend for JC Pennyea talking bout she didn't like her dress. I had to school her and said had she got one of those mermaid dresses from Say Yes To the Dress yall would be saying it is too tight why is she showing her figure, etc, etc. I told her she isn't marrying into govment job money she is marrying into REAL money and she kept it classy and simple. I am sooo glad that she didn't have 3 lbs of makeup in her face contoured to death where we didn't know who she was. She is marrying into some serious dough. I wouldn't have cared if she married him in a burlap bag. Go Megan Go.

  • hottlanta

    The white side of the family don't want to have anything to do with her and now they trying to pimp her wedding for financial gains.

  • Georgia Boy

    Lmao

  • Lunatic Frank

    If she was married to a high profile black man , she wouldn't be considered black, I don't don't consider biracial people black period

  • Lunatic Frank

    Yes but Meghan is not

  • hottlanta

    Stop the racial madness it is not even worth it. It is just a lot of back and forth about nothing. She is WEALTHY as a mofo that is all that matters what she calls herself.

  • hottlanta

    I bet that baby has a big red/kinky fro when it gets here.

  • Taj

    She sounds confused. lol. Which is what happens when you bring mixed race children into this world. 'a mixed race woman' what the hell is that? we all have a mixture of races somewhere down the line. What do you identify as, sweetie??? The answer aint black, obviously

  • Taj

    I AGREE! I saw right through that wannabe black church service spectacle. She was raised Catholic anyway and it's obvious they did the whole shuck and jive to try and win over the blacks, which Meagan is not. It is no coincidence that they met, they were set up to be a successful match from the start. She knew the right people (and had the right blood line since she's decedent from British royalty on her father's side) who were connected and the monarchy was looking for somebody to 'modernize' them and to marry Harry off.

  • Taj

    Uuum, sir. You do know that it is a TV show and she likely has no control over the script??? Plus, even though she is very fair, she would have a pretty hard time passing as someone with two white parents. So of course the writers had to make her have a black parent! This information proves nothing.

  • Taj

    So why didn't she choose black! Hello! So it was white or nothing for her? This anecdote sadly is not proving your point.

  • Allihave2say

    Queen Sophie Charlotte was the first black Princess of England in the 1700's.
    The sermon of ? was on ? but because the white people had no love in their hearts they missed the meaning of the tests of ? sermon.

    There was a lot of meaningfulness in this wedding that so many misunderstood.

  • Allihave2say

    ? Honey I think you missed the meaning on this one.

  • Allihave2say

    So what?! If they were rejecting her then you'd be fonting about that as well. They claim her because her mama is black. They claim her because mitochondrial says she's black. They claim her because the world says she's black, one drop or two. They claim her because they are embracing, acknowledging and accepting her. Go on somewhere wither division.

  • Allihave2say

    Meghan represented. The choirs, the priests, and the orchestra showed out. Dare I say she let them know just exactly who she is in the wedding?

  • Allihave2say

    When I look at the hungry girl's dress she looks like bones wearing masking tape. At $440k it was overpriced for sure. I've seen more elegance on the rack at a better price. I skipped the Bones wedding. I watch Diana and Meghan tho.

  • MMHMMM ? ??EEMA

    First of all, I’m not your honey. Secondly, stay out of my conversations. Lastly, don’t come for me unless I send for you. Thanks!

  • ReadingIsFundamental4Real

    I'm Ray Charles around here lately

    .... But, since I choose to see today like Stevie Wonder picking up the Mic in mid drop, let me say I am so happy for this couple and congrats to Meghan and her beautiful mother. What a proud mom moment. I loved her mom's simple elegant attire and dreads pulled back but prominent in her look. I love the music chosen and worlds blending peacefully. There's a ribbon in the sky for out love! ... ok I know that's a funeral song. . But damnit Imma sing it for joy and happiness today!
    Back to being Ray Charles. Out.

  • ReadingIsFundamental4Real

    Hey hottness... hope all is well your way

  • ReadingIsFundamental4Real

    I see you still CAPPING YOUR FONTS AROUND HERE ALL WILLY NILLY. LOL. ??

  • ReadingIsFundamental4Real

    She did that. She made moves most black people would tap dance away from around white folks. She gets all kinds of cred in my book

  • alwayznillin

    So, are you saying a person must be on a “Black” show to display their blackness. That is just unrealistic. Suits was pretty much her entire career. Prior to that her acting roles were very minimal. I believe her other major TV gig was Deal or No Deal. So, I don’t believe she tried to tailor her acting career to conceal the fact she is biracial.
    She seems to have a diverse group of friends. That tends to happen, when you are exposed to various walks of life’s.

    Anywhoo, she has a relationship with her black mother. So, I think it would be difficult for her to hide her mixed race heritage, once people meet her mother.

  • alwayznillin

    My response was in rebuttal to the statement that “she stayed away from roles, that would identify her as black”. I pointed out that, clearly was not case, as she played a biracial character on the show.

  • jeniefrumdabloc™

    Okay .... Was blown away and absolutely proud... Dianna would love her ... Her entire vision of unity was played out.... Talk about love chile ... Even with her sons.... The Love those two give has expanded so much... All for Dianna absolutely proud of those guys and their ladies are class .... Good stuff ...

  • Lunatic Frank

    They didn't claim Tyrese wife, they didn't claim Ludacris wife, they didn't claim Kevin Hart's wife (Eniko), it's funny I don't hear black women enforcing the one drop rule when these women are with black men, there is never any consistency with what many black women constitute as black , it's whatever is convenient for the moment, right now a biracial woman is conveniently black because they want to feel validated, tomorrow if they show NBA player with a woman her shade, they would not show any sistahood towards, they would ostracize her

  • BeUtFullSoul

    EXACTLY....Have a Blessed Day!

  • i troll it like i see it

    You could see that the preacher was making a few guests uncomfortable too and their was footage of the bride and groom even stifling laughter! It really was over the top.

  • i troll it like i see it

    I think that's why he did it, he certainly made a name for himself internationally. But yes he was cringeworthy.

  • Allihave2say

    Shut the stupidity all the way up. We acknowledge all their blacknesses. We denied them as people because of their character choices.
    Enikho was creeping with Kevin while he was married to Torrei. She bragging about being the side trick that stuck like gum on his shoe. We rejected her for foolish arrogance and hoism.
    Eudontsee was rejected because she knew that Ludacris took his on break baby from her mother *whom he had been working for 10 yrs) because Eudontsee was embarrassed and hurt as well as to punish the woman for asking for more child support and not getting the abortion he told her to get. Eudontsee then proceeded to get pregnant by choice after the break baby and before the wedding Luda planned
    We don't know Cryrese's wife so we don't care. Thank you.

  • Allihave2say

    She will give Kate & Camilla a run for the populous vote. I didn't like the behavior of many of the guests. I noticed that Kate and Camilla were looking away when the vows were read. Kate is an ugly woman in and out who was the college thot. Camilla was the drunken side piece only good as a 2nd wife. Kate's wedding dress with the pointed breasts was horrid especially with her scrawny build.

  • Allihave2say

    Yes! she brought home to the UK. The pastor brought fire. The Cellist brought peace. She and Harry brought love. The kids were the cuteness. The Queen Mother and Mother of the Bride dressed in Unison. Kate and Camilla brought ugliness and jealousy. Meghan showed everyone she is confident, intelligent, calming for Harry and the people's Duchess. I hope she wins and they eat crow.

  • Allihave2say

    First of all you are petty & immature as hell. Second of all if you want a private conversation don't post comments on a public blog. Thirdly you're not worth coming for so please don't send for me. Thanks!

  • Lunatic Frank

    They all complained about their lack of African features, don't get mad because black women are inconsistent, living vicariously through this half breed

  • Taj

    Her character I'm sure didn't start out as a 'bi racial' woman when she accepted the role. That part with her father was written in many seasons later. Soooooo....

  • jeniefrumdabloc™

    Loved Kate's dress and I like her.. As well... I think both made good choices and bucked on that shyt show of family and married strictly for love... All Dianna ever wanted

  • MMHMMM ? ??EEMA

    Babydoll I don’t send for trash, I burn it! ? ?

  • MMHMMM ? ??EEMA

    And put a pic up your bumb basic bitch

  • Allihave2say

    I wwwish I cared about whatever point it is you're trying to make but I don't. Bitch out!

  • Allihave2say

    uuhhh ahhh wow sizzle giggle burn hurt sad funny mad big small whatever LOL!

  • alwayznillin

    He actually came onto the show season 2, not many seasons later. Suits is a show that I watch regularly. I do not think the show would write in a black character to play her dad, if they didn’t know she was biracial.
    You can look at her and tell, that she is of mixed race ( or at least could).

  • hottlanta

    I am fine but mad as hell. Gonna get my run in tonight and it is raining. Now I gotta sit in and eat nachos and cheese alllll night.

  • MMHMMM ? ??EEMA

    Put up a avatar beside your username. Like most normal people on here do. But you are a bum bitch. An anonymous nobody. No one cares what you have to say. So maybe it’s better that you just remain a blank anonymous commenter. Got it ?! Good. Bye Felicia!

  • Layah Jhene

    Pretty fuckin much

  • Layah Jhene

    You're a lie. You don't know everyone's DNA history. Especially Black Folks SMH

  • Layah Jhene

    Lol you know black folks don't study history for shit so of course most of these dumbasses will holler she's the first Black Royal when she's not. Or even Black

  • Layah Jhene

    Go ahead. They probably come from descendants that sold negroes into slavery in the first fuckin place.

  • Allihave2say

    Petty Bytch Betty perhaps you should check my stats. Plenty of people care about what I have to say, that's why I'm Allihave2say. You certainly seem to enjoy conversing with me. Aren't you footing a picture of Mariah Carey? Girl/boy/Thing, go somewhere.

  • ReadingIsFundamental4Real

    Camilla irks all my nerves.

  • Yoni7

    Yes, I'm from da Nasti Nati. My father also hails from NY(Riverhead, LI stand up). But I've NEVER heard of Lake Isabella. EVER! Whurr dat il? LOL

  • Roxie Moxie

    Girl, do not get me to lying! I have no idea where it is...I just know my Uncles always reserve us a area over there for the reunion. I left there when I was young so I don't remember much when I go back. What I DO miss (and ALWAYS hit em up when I visit) is: Skyline Chili (bruh....), Frischs Big Boys (I swear McDonalds stole they burger recipe), and LaRosa's steak hoagie (drools). LOL

    My grandmother stays on Portman Ave in Bond Hill near where the OLD Swifton Commons was back in the day. You remember that outside mall??

  • Roxie Moxie

    I knew I liked you for a reason. lol

  • Yoni7

    Aww, I'm blushin'. HEY COUSIN! LOL

  • Yoni7

    LISSEEEENNNNNNNN!!!!! Because I don't eat red meat....I make my OWN Skyline or during Lent I go hit them up for some phoney coney's. Quit playin'. Frisch's!!!! Again, I don't eat red meat, but I WILL/DO make Big Boy PIZZA'S! Yes, you heard me right a got damn Big Boy PIZZA! Then you mentioned McD's stole their recipe??? NOPE! Difference between the two......tarter sauce vs. thousand island. ANNNNNNNNNDDD I make Big Mac PIZZA'S TOO!!! You done woke a sleeping giant. OK???? LAROSA?????!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! COUSIN LISSEN! I don't mess with their steak hoagies....but their wings with some Diabla sauce?????? BYE!

    Then you said G-ma stays in BOND HILL ON PORTMAN by the old Swifton!!!!! Do I know the "outside mall"? YAAAASSSS! Essence Hair Store! I'm gone! CUZIN'.......I STAY IN ZONE 15! (ain't gone shout out the name name....(LH)...but YOU know) #hoodlife LMAOOOOO

  • Lunatic Frank

    Then claim Angela , not some half breed

  • Lunatic Frank

    You could have been nicer to me in your response, but it's no big deal , I'm so used to people being mean to me ?

  • Taj

    uuuh, that's my point. It was written into the show AFTER she got the role. So she did an entire season with the audience not knowing what her Daddy looked like. OF COURSE they wouldn't write in a black character to play her dad if the actress wasn't bi racial. The role came before the racial designation. Again the point is that role could have EASILY gone to a white woman since they wrote the father in later. Most roles are like that. They could go to any race character and the writers LATER add in story lines that speaks to the characters background.

  • Allihave2say

    I didn't;t know this topic was about you. However, you need to be more social aware of the things you say. A person can speak well of a none black person without it being a disregard for the entire black race. You made a very pointed incorrect accusation and it didn't sit well with me. We don't have to embrace people because they're black. Every race has their problem people. The 3 women you mentioned weren't well received for the reasons I state. In the future I'll be more cognizant and attentive to your feelings. Now perk up and have a wonderful day. Pinky square ?

  • CocoBabe88

    They just showed you Princess Angela of Liech....never mind.

  • Lunatic Frank

    Yes ma'am

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  • Jena Kelly

    He could have. He obviously didn't want to. He found the woman he loved, it didn't matter where she was.