- A video of a Ghanaian lady who was at the royal wedding has started going viral on social media
- The lady was being interviewed on TV and the way she spoke caused people to laugh out loud
- Prince Harry and former actress Meghan Markle got married on Saturday, May 19
The royal wedding between British monarch Prince Harry and former actress of ‘Suits’ fame, Meghan Markle took over the airwaves and was broadcast across the world on May 19, 2018 when they eventually became man and wife.
However, a video of a woman who is reported to be a Ghanaian is fast spreading on the internet and is eventually gaining more traction than the royal wedding itself.
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The video spotted on social media platform Facebook, showed a woman by name Evelyn who was introduced as coming from Ghana in a very ecstatic mood.
She was given the chance to speak in an interview and her words got many people happy. To wit, she said she was very happy because the British Royal family did not see anything wrong with joining ties with Meghan Markle whose mother was a black and her dad was a white man.
She revealed that she was so excited about being a part of the historic event and it was clear that she was overjoyed to be making history.
In other matters, African fabric makers in Ghana designed a fabric with the picture of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle printed in them and released it on the market for people to patronize.
Pictures of the said fabric were sighted on social media and social media users who have seen it have been amazed by the motive behind the cloth or the impact it is intended to have on the Ghanaian market.
The royal wedding between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle was attended by some 600 guests including the likes of football star, David Beckham and lawn tennis star, Serena Williams.
The cast of the popular TV series, ‘Suits’ also made an appearance at the wedding to support their friend. The wedding is believed to have cost around $ 30,000,000.
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