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El jugador del Valencia Basket, Fernando San Emeterio, trata de vencer la oposición del del Barcelona Lassa, Adam Hanga, durante el partido de la jornada 33 de la liga que disputaron en el pabellón de la Fuente San Luis. EFE
El jugador del Valencia Basket, Fernando San Emeterio, trata de vencer la oposición del del Barcelona Lassa, Adam Hanga, durante el partido de la jornada 33 de la liga que disputaron en el pabellón de la Fuente San Luis. EFE
El jugador del Valencia Basket, Fernando San Emeterio, trata de vencer la oposición del del Barcelona Lassa, Adam Hanga, durante el partido de la jornada 33 de la liga que disputaron en el pabellón de la Fuente San Luis. EFE
El jugador del Valencia Basket, Fernando San Emeterio, trata de vencer la oposición del del Barcelona Lassa, Adam Hanga, durante el partido de la jornada 33 de la liga que disputaron en el pabellón de la Fuente San Luis. EFE
El jugador del Valencia Basket, Fernando San Emeterio, trata de vencer la oposición del del Barcelona Lassa, Adam Hanga, durante el partido de la jornada 33 de la liga que disputaron en el pabellón de la Fuente San Luis. EFE
El jugador del Valencia Basket, Fernando San Emeterio, trata de vencer la oposición del del Barcelona Lassa, Adam Hanga, durante el partido de la jornada 33 de la liga que disputaron en el pabellón de la Fuente San Luis. EFE
El jugador del Valencia Basket, Guillem Vives, trata de bloquear al del Barcelona Lassa, Thomas Heurtel, durante el partido de la jornada 33 de la liga que disputaron en el pabellón de la Fuente San Luis. EFE
El jugador del Valencia Basket, Guillem Vives, trata de bloquear al del Barcelona Lassa, Thomas Heurtel, durante el partido de la jornada 33 de la liga que disputaron en el pabellón de la Fuente San Luis. EFE
El jugador del Valencia Basket, Guillem Vives, trata de bloquear al del Barcelona Lassa, Thomas Heurtel, durante el partido de la jornada 33 de la liga que disputaron en el pabellón de la Fuente San Luis. EFE
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En la imagen, Lionel Messi controla el balón durante un partido amistoso jugado por el Barcelona en Sudáfrica. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko.
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Soccer Football - La Liga Santander - FC Barcelona v Real Madrid - Camp Nou, Barcelona, Spain - May 6, 2018 Barcelona's Lionel Messi reacts REUTERS/Albert Gea
La Liga Santander - FC Barcelona v Real Madrid
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Jurgen Klopp was suffering in the Nevada desert, in prolonged therapy from his last Champions League final defeat, when he experienced an epiphany. It was May 2014 and Klopp was on a post-season holiday in Las Vegas when he noticed fans huddling around a TV to watch Real Madrid against Atletico Madrid. Klopp’s attempt to recover after losing at Wembley a year earlier with Borussia Dortmund was entering a more vexing stage. The German coach realised at that moment there is greater torment than falling at the last hurdle. Not being there to leap it. “When Real Madrid played Atletico in the final I was by the pool and a lot of people were watching it,” Klopp recalls. “I was kind of annoyed hearing the noise. I had no clue who had scored or nothing about the game. I really tried to ignore it because it hurt. It was still painful what had happened the year before. I was thinking, ‘One year ago it was different, we were in the final’. “I didn’t think over the year a lot. I didn’t watch the game back, for example. But in that moment you realise, ‘What’s that? Oh, the Champions League final. Right’. “All the people shouting were Spanish, the year before they were all German. It is only when it comes up and that was the last time when I really suffered. That is absolutely OK. “If something is really important for you, you have to be ready for suffering. That is how life is.” Klopp lost the 2013 Champions League final with Borussia Dortmund Credit: Getty images Klopp has developed an unhealthy habit for losing major finals, defeated in his last five, but he heads to Kiev to face Real Madrid thrilled with the possibilities of getting so far, rather than fretting about the outcome. “If you want guarantees then don’t qualify for a final, stay at home and or go on holiday,” he says. “It is not nice when you lose a final, but I will always try again. “One of the rules is that the more you try, the more likely that you will do it. I know how it feels and I felt it a few times when you’ve won it, it is really cool and that is what we are going for. “I know how I lost the finals. It didn’t change my life. It’s not that I wake up every morning and think, ‘Wow, that was a big chance’. I always had teams that could qualify and we went to the Europa League final two years ago and it was about the team. We were unlucky in the final. We didn’t score in the first half often enough. We didn’t get a penalty, second half. It was legs. This time the legs will be fine. “I know it will be very special and I would really love to come back and bring the people the trophy. That would be really nice.” Jurgen Klopp's last five finals Klopp won his first final – the 2012 German Cup – and added two Bundesliga titles before a barren run began. The modern Liverpool reputation as “nearly men” is of more concern. The club have won one trophy since the 2006 FA Cup, despite making 12 semi-finals – including the Champions League, Europa League, FA Cup and League Cup finals – over that period. Beyond the cup competitions, finishing runners-up in the 2014 Premier League title race was the most upsetting near miss of all. Of the side preparing to face the European champions, only captain Jordan Henderson remains from the Liverpool team who defeated Cardiff in the 2012 League Cup, the club’s last silverware coming during Kenny Dalglish’s second reign. “We are all human beings. It is not nice. But being there is a big thing,” says Klopp. “It is unbelievable. Most people in the world try their whole life and don’t go to one final because you need luck in specific moments. We had that this season, we deserved it I think. And now we are there again. “I knew our football could really fit the competition, but again, we needed luck against Manchester City. We were really good and deserved, it but we needed luck as well. The same against Roma. We can lose there 5-2 or at City we can be 2-0 down or 3-0 down at half-time. But to go to the final stage. That is special.” Liverpool's Champions League campaign | In Numbers A win against the most formidable Champions League opponent of all, Real Madrid, pursuing a 13th win and third in a row, would be the ultimate recompense for recent let-downs. Klopp says Zinedine Zidane’s side have the experience and know-how, but the prestige of both clubs ensures there will be no inferiority complex. “They can make it a third time in a row, but we are Liverpool, that’s something not to forget. We feel that,” says Klopp. “We like the role we are in. Everything is positive. We’ve learnt a bit, and we are in a good moment. “There have been three dominant clubs in the last few years. Madrid, Barcelona, Bayern. A few others showed up but there are those three, and we face one of them in the final, so who should be the favourite? It’s not that I want to be the underdog and I don’t feel like an underdog. But yes they are favourites, they know everything, they could write the f---ing scripts for the finals because they have experienced it four times in the last five years. “We can’t, but there’s no problem with that. We want to play football and win a football game and thank God it is always possible. European Cup final 2018 | Real Madrid vs Liverpool “I saw a car coming in this morning with two flags, “Liverpool Champions League final Kiev”. So it starts already. We are looking forward to it, we are happy about it, having a smile on your face, that’s nice. You can pretty much only get it from football. That’s really cool.” Despite recent setbacks in showpiece occasions, Liverpool are not without winners. James Milner and Georginio Wijnaldum won cups and titles at their former clubs. Mohamed Salah won the Swiss Super League with Basel. But the CVs are incomparable to the players they meet. “This has been the Real Madrid Champions League generation,” says Klopp. “A lot of their players won the last two finals and that’s really rare. Real have almost exactly the same line-up from winning it before. “In the end it will be a test: what’s bigger the desire to win a third one in a row or the desire to win the first one for some years? “They will want to do it again. It would be big 100 per cent. If we did it, it would be big, too. We will try.”
Jurgen Klopp unconcerned by his and Liverpool's records in finals: 'The more you try, the more likely you will do it'
Jurgen Klopp was suffering in the Nevada desert, in prolonged therapy from his last Champions League final defeat, when he experienced an epiphany. It was May 2014 and Klopp was on a post-season holiday in Las Vegas when he noticed fans huddling around a TV to watch Real Madrid against Atletico Madrid. Klopp’s attempt to recover after losing at Wembley a year earlier with Borussia Dortmund was entering a more vexing stage. The German coach realised at that moment there is greater torment than falling at the last hurdle. Not being there to leap it. “When Real Madrid played Atletico in the final I was by the pool and a lot of people were watching it,” Klopp recalls. “I was kind of annoyed hearing the noise. I had no clue who had scored or nothing about the game. I really tried to ignore it because it hurt. It was still painful what had happened the year before. I was thinking, ‘One year ago it was different, we were in the final’. “I didn’t think over the year a lot. I didn’t watch the game back, for example. But in that moment you realise, ‘What’s that? Oh, the Champions League final. Right’. “All the people shouting were Spanish, the year before they were all German. It is only when it comes up and that was the last time when I really suffered. That is absolutely OK. “If something is really important for you, you have to be ready for suffering. That is how life is.” Klopp lost the 2013 Champions League final with Borussia Dortmund Credit: Getty images Klopp has developed an unhealthy habit for losing major finals, defeated in his last five, but he heads to Kiev to face Real Madrid thrilled with the possibilities of getting so far, rather than fretting about the outcome. “If you want guarantees then don’t qualify for a final, stay at home and or go on holiday,” he says. “It is not nice when you lose a final, but I will always try again. “One of the rules is that the more you try, the more likely that you will do it. I know how it feels and I felt it a few times when you’ve won it, it is really cool and that is what we are going for. “I know how I lost the finals. It didn’t change my life. It’s not that I wake up every morning and think, ‘Wow, that was a big chance’. I always had teams that could qualify and we went to the Europa League final two years ago and it was about the team. We were unlucky in the final. We didn’t score in the first half often enough. We didn’t get a penalty, second half. It was legs. This time the legs will be fine. “I know it will be very special and I would really love to come back and bring the people the trophy. That would be really nice.” Jurgen Klopp's last five finals Klopp won his first final – the 2012 German Cup – and added two Bundesliga titles before a barren run began. The modern Liverpool reputation as “nearly men” is of more concern. The club have won one trophy since the 2006 FA Cup, despite making 12 semi-finals – including the Champions League, Europa League, FA Cup and League Cup finals – over that period. Beyond the cup competitions, finishing runners-up in the 2014 Premier League title race was the most upsetting near miss of all. Of the side preparing to face the European champions, only captain Jordan Henderson remains from the Liverpool team who defeated Cardiff in the 2012 League Cup, the club’s last silverware coming during Kenny Dalglish’s second reign. “We are all human beings. It is not nice. But being there is a big thing,” says Klopp. “It is unbelievable. Most people in the world try their whole life and don’t go to one final because you need luck in specific moments. We had that this season, we deserved it I think. And now we are there again. “I knew our football could really fit the competition, but again, we needed luck against Manchester City. We were really good and deserved, it but we needed luck as well. The same against Roma. We can lose there 5-2 or at City we can be 2-0 down or 3-0 down at half-time. But to go to the final stage. That is special.” Liverpool's Champions League campaign | In Numbers A win against the most formidable Champions League opponent of all, Real Madrid, pursuing a 13th win and third in a row, would be the ultimate recompense for recent let-downs. Klopp says Zinedine Zidane’s side have the experience and know-how, but the prestige of both clubs ensures there will be no inferiority complex. “They can make it a third time in a row, but we are Liverpool, that’s something not to forget. We feel that,” says Klopp. “We like the role we are in. Everything is positive. We’ve learnt a bit, and we are in a good moment. “There have been three dominant clubs in the last few years. Madrid, Barcelona, Bayern. A few others showed up but there are those three, and we face one of them in the final, so who should be the favourite? It’s not that I want to be the underdog and I don’t feel like an underdog. But yes they are favourites, they know everything, they could write the f---ing scripts for the finals because they have experienced it four times in the last five years. “We can’t, but there’s no problem with that. We want to play football and win a football game and thank God it is always possible. European Cup final 2018 | Real Madrid vs Liverpool “I saw a car coming in this morning with two flags, “Liverpool Champions League final Kiev”. So it starts already. We are looking forward to it, we are happy about it, having a smile on your face, that’s nice. You can pretty much only get it from football. That’s really cool.” Despite recent setbacks in showpiece occasions, Liverpool are not without winners. James Milner and Georginio Wijnaldum won cups and titles at their former clubs. Mohamed Salah won the Swiss Super League with Basel. But the CVs are incomparable to the players they meet. “This has been the Real Madrid Champions League generation,” says Klopp. “A lot of their players won the last two finals and that’s really rare. Real have almost exactly the same line-up from winning it before. “In the end it will be a test: what’s bigger the desire to win a third one in a row or the desire to win the first one for some years? “They will want to do it again. It would be big 100 per cent. If we did it, it would be big, too. We will try.”
Jurgen Klopp was suffering in the Nevada desert, in prolonged therapy from his last Champions League final defeat, when he experienced an epiphany. It was May 2014 and Klopp was on a post-season holiday in Las Vegas when he noticed fans huddling around a TV to watch Real Madrid against Atletico Madrid. Klopp’s attempt to recover after losing at Wembley a year earlier with Borussia Dortmund was entering a more vexing stage. The German coach realised at that moment there is greater torment than falling at the last hurdle. Not being there to leap it. “When Real Madrid played Atletico in the final I was by the pool and a lot of people were watching it,” Klopp recalls. “I was kind of annoyed hearing the noise. I had no clue who had scored or nothing about the game. I really tried to ignore it because it hurt. It was still painful what had happened the year before. I was thinking, ‘One year ago it was different, we were in the final’. “I didn’t think over the year a lot. I didn’t watch the game back, for example. But in that moment you realise, ‘What’s that? Oh, the Champions League final. Right’. “All the people shouting were Spanish, the year before they were all German. It is only when it comes up and that was the last time when I really suffered. That is absolutely OK. “If something is really important for you, you have to be ready for suffering. That is how life is.” Klopp lost the 2013 Champions League final with Borussia Dortmund Credit: Getty images Klopp has developed an unhealthy habit for losing major finals, defeated in his last five, but he heads to Kiev to face Real Madrid thrilled with the possibilities of getting so far, rather than fretting about the outcome. “If you want guarantees then don’t qualify for a final, stay at home and or go on holiday,” he says. “It is not nice when you lose a final, but I will always try again. “One of the rules is that the more you try, the more likely that you will do it. I know how it feels and I felt it a few times when you’ve won it, it is really cool and that is what we are going for. “I know how I lost the finals. It didn’t change my life. It’s not that I wake up every morning and think, ‘Wow, that was a big chance’. I always had teams that could qualify and we went to the Europa League final two years ago and it was about the team. We were unlucky in the final. We didn’t score in the first half often enough. We didn’t get a penalty, second half. It was legs. This time the legs will be fine. “I know it will be very special and I would really love to come back and bring the people the trophy. That would be really nice.” Jurgen Klopp's last five finals Klopp won his first final – the 2012 German Cup – and added two Bundesliga titles before a barren run began. The modern Liverpool reputation as “nearly men” is of more concern. The club have won one trophy since the 2006 FA Cup, despite making 12 semi-finals – including the Champions League, Europa League, FA Cup and League Cup finals – over that period. Beyond the cup competitions, finishing runners-up in the 2014 Premier League title race was the most upsetting near miss of all. Of the side preparing to face the European champions, only captain Jordan Henderson remains from the Liverpool team who defeated Cardiff in the 2012 League Cup, the club’s last silverware coming during Kenny Dalglish’s second reign. “We are all human beings. It is not nice. But being there is a big thing,” says Klopp. “It is unbelievable. Most people in the world try their whole life and don’t go to one final because you need luck in specific moments. We had that this season, we deserved it I think. And now we are there again. “I knew our football could really fit the competition, but again, we needed luck against Manchester City. We were really good and deserved, it but we needed luck as well. The same against Roma. We can lose there 5-2 or at City we can be 2-0 down or 3-0 down at half-time. But to go to the final stage. That is special.” Liverpool's Champions League campaign | In Numbers A win against the most formidable Champions League opponent of all, Real Madrid, pursuing a 13th win and third in a row, would be the ultimate recompense for recent let-downs. Klopp says Zinedine Zidane’s side have the experience and know-how, but the prestige of both clubs ensures there will be no inferiority complex. “They can make it a third time in a row, but we are Liverpool, that’s something not to forget. We feel that,” says Klopp. “We like the role we are in. Everything is positive. We’ve learnt a bit, and we are in a good moment. “There have been three dominant clubs in the last few years. Madrid, Barcelona, Bayern. A few others showed up but there are those three, and we face one of them in the final, so who should be the favourite? It’s not that I want to be the underdog and I don’t feel like an underdog. But yes they are favourites, they know everything, they could write the f---ing scripts for the finals because they have experienced it four times in the last five years. “We can’t, but there’s no problem with that. We want to play football and win a football game and thank God it is always possible. European Cup final 2018 | Real Madrid vs Liverpool “I saw a car coming in this morning with two flags, “Liverpool Champions League final Kiev”. So it starts already. We are looking forward to it, we are happy about it, having a smile on your face, that’s nice. You can pretty much only get it from football. That’s really cool.” Despite recent setbacks in showpiece occasions, Liverpool are not without winners. James Milner and Georginio Wijnaldum won cups and titles at their former clubs. Mohamed Salah won the Swiss Super League with Basel. But the CVs are incomparable to the players they meet. “This has been the Real Madrid Champions League generation,” says Klopp. “A lot of their players won the last two finals and that’s really rare. Real have almost exactly the same line-up from winning it before. “In the end it will be a test: what’s bigger the desire to win a third one in a row or the desire to win the first one for some years? “They will want to do it again. It would be big 100 per cent. If we did it, it would be big, too. We will try.”
Jurgen Klopp unconcerned by his and Liverpool's records in finals: 'The more you try, the more likely you will do it'
Jurgen Klopp was suffering in the Nevada desert, in prolonged therapy from his last Champions League final defeat, when he experienced an epiphany. It was May 2014 and Klopp was on a post-season holiday in Las Vegas when he noticed fans huddling around a TV to watch Real Madrid against Atletico Madrid. Klopp’s attempt to recover after losing at Wembley a year earlier with Borussia Dortmund was entering a more vexing stage. The German coach realised at that moment there is greater torment than falling at the last hurdle. Not being there to leap it. “When Real Madrid played Atletico in the final I was by the pool and a lot of people were watching it,” Klopp recalls. “I was kind of annoyed hearing the noise. I had no clue who had scored or nothing about the game. I really tried to ignore it because it hurt. It was still painful what had happened the year before. I was thinking, ‘One year ago it was different, we were in the final’. “I didn’t think over the year a lot. I didn’t watch the game back, for example. But in that moment you realise, ‘What’s that? Oh, the Champions League final. Right’. “All the people shouting were Spanish, the year before they were all German. It is only when it comes up and that was the last time when I really suffered. That is absolutely OK. “If something is really important for you, you have to be ready for suffering. That is how life is.” Klopp lost the 2013 Champions League final with Borussia Dortmund Credit: Getty images Klopp has developed an unhealthy habit for losing major finals, defeated in his last five, but he heads to Kiev to face Real Madrid thrilled with the possibilities of getting so far, rather than fretting about the outcome. “If you want guarantees then don’t qualify for a final, stay at home and or go on holiday,” he says. “It is not nice when you lose a final, but I will always try again. “One of the rules is that the more you try, the more likely that you will do it. I know how it feels and I felt it a few times when you’ve won it, it is really cool and that is what we are going for. “I know how I lost the finals. It didn’t change my life. It’s not that I wake up every morning and think, ‘Wow, that was a big chance’. I always had teams that could qualify and we went to the Europa League final two years ago and it was about the team. We were unlucky in the final. We didn’t score in the first half often enough. We didn’t get a penalty, second half. It was legs. This time the legs will be fine. “I know it will be very special and I would really love to come back and bring the people the trophy. That would be really nice.” Jurgen Klopp's last five finals Klopp won his first final – the 2012 German Cup – and added two Bundesliga titles before a barren run began. The modern Liverpool reputation as “nearly men” is of more concern. The club have won one trophy since the 2006 FA Cup, despite making 12 semi-finals – including the Champions League, Europa League, FA Cup and League Cup finals – over that period. Beyond the cup competitions, finishing runners-up in the 2014 Premier League title race was the most upsetting near miss of all. Of the side preparing to face the European champions, only captain Jordan Henderson remains from the Liverpool team who defeated Cardiff in the 2012 League Cup, the club’s last silverware coming during Kenny Dalglish’s second reign. “We are all human beings. It is not nice. But being there is a big thing,” says Klopp. “It is unbelievable. Most people in the world try their whole life and don’t go to one final because you need luck in specific moments. We had that this season, we deserved it I think. And now we are there again. “I knew our football could really fit the competition, but again, we needed luck against Manchester City. We were really good and deserved, it but we needed luck as well. The same against Roma. We can lose there 5-2 or at City we can be 2-0 down or 3-0 down at half-time. But to go to the final stage. That is special.” Liverpool's Champions League campaign | In Numbers A win against the most formidable Champions League opponent of all, Real Madrid, pursuing a 13th win and third in a row, would be the ultimate recompense for recent let-downs. Klopp says Zinedine Zidane’s side have the experience and know-how, but the prestige of both clubs ensures there will be no inferiority complex. “They can make it a third time in a row, but we are Liverpool, that’s something not to forget. We feel that,” says Klopp. “We like the role we are in. Everything is positive. We’ve learnt a bit, and we are in a good moment. “There have been three dominant clubs in the last few years. Madrid, Barcelona, Bayern. A few others showed up but there are those three, and we face one of them in the final, so who should be the favourite? It’s not that I want to be the underdog and I don’t feel like an underdog. But yes they are favourites, they know everything, they could write the f---ing scripts for the finals because they have experienced it four times in the last five years. “We can’t, but there’s no problem with that. We want to play football and win a football game and thank God it is always possible. European Cup final 2018 | Real Madrid vs Liverpool “I saw a car coming in this morning with two flags, “Liverpool Champions League final Kiev”. So it starts already. We are looking forward to it, we are happy about it, having a smile on your face, that’s nice. You can pretty much only get it from football. That’s really cool.” Despite recent setbacks in showpiece occasions, Liverpool are not without winners. James Milner and Georginio Wijnaldum won cups and titles at their former clubs. Mohamed Salah won the Swiss Super League with Basel. But the CVs are incomparable to the players they meet. “This has been the Real Madrid Champions League generation,” says Klopp. “A lot of their players won the last two finals and that’s really rare. Real have almost exactly the same line-up from winning it before. “In the end it will be a test: what’s bigger the desire to win a third one in a row or the desire to win the first one for some years? “They will want to do it again. It would be big 100 per cent. If we did it, it would be big, too. We will try.”
Barcelona resmi meluncurkan jersey kandang terbaru untuk musim 2018-2019.
Ini Tampilan Jersey Kandang Barcelona untuk Musim 2018-2019
Barcelona resmi meluncurkan jersey kandang terbaru untuk musim 2018-2019.
GRAF1135. VALENCIA, 19/05/2018.- El jugador del Valencia Basket, Guillem Vives, trata de bloquear al del Barcelona Lassa, Thomas Heurtel, durante el partido de la jornada 33 de la liga que disputan esta noche en el pabellón de la Fuente San Luis. EFE/Kai Försterling
GRAF1135. VALENCIA, 19/05/2018.- El jugador del Valencia Basket, Guillem Vives, trata de bloquear al del Barcelona Lassa, Thomas Heurtel, durante el partido de la jornada 33 de la liga que disputan esta noche en el pabellón de la Fuente San Luis. EFE/Kai Försterling
GRAF1135. VALENCIA, 19/05/2018.- El jugador del Valencia Basket, Guillem Vives, trata de bloquear al del Barcelona Lassa, Thomas Heurtel, durante el partido de la jornada 33 de la liga que disputan esta noche en el pabellón de la Fuente San Luis. EFE/Kai Försterling
GRAF1135. VALENCIA, 19/05/2018.- El entrenador del Valencia Basket, Txus Vidorreta, durante el partido de la jornada 33 de la liga que disputan esta noche contra el Barcelona Lassa en el pabellón de la Fuente San Luis. EFE/Kai Försterling
GRAF1135. VALENCIA, 19/05/2018.- El entrenador del Valencia Basket, Txus Vidorreta, durante el partido de la jornada 33 de la liga que disputan esta noche contra el Barcelona Lassa en el pabellón de la Fuente San Luis. EFE/Kai Försterling
GRAF1135. VALENCIA, 19/05/2018.- El entrenador del Valencia Basket, Txus Vidorreta, durante el partido de la jornada 33 de la liga que disputan esta noche contra el Barcelona Lassa en el pabellón de la Fuente San Luis. EFE/Kai Försterling
GRAF1135. VALENCIA, 19/05/2018.- El jugador del Valencia Basket, Fernando San Emeterio, trata de vencer la oposición del del Barcelona Lassa, Adam Hanga, durante el partido de la jornada 33 de la liga que disputan esta noche en el pabellón de la Fuente San Luis. EFE/Kai Försterling
GRAF1135. VALENCIA, 19/05/2018.- El jugador del Valencia Basket, Fernando San Emeterio, trata de vencer la oposición del del Barcelona Lassa, Adam Hanga, durante el partido de la jornada 33 de la liga que disputan esta noche en el pabellón de la Fuente San Luis. EFE/Kai Försterling
GRAF1135. VALENCIA, 19/05/2018.- El jugador del Valencia Basket, Fernando San Emeterio, trata de vencer la oposición del del Barcelona Lassa, Adam Hanga, durante el partido de la jornada 33 de la liga que disputan esta noche en el pabellón de la Fuente San Luis. EFE/Kai Försterling
GRAF1135. VALENCIA, 19/05/2018.- El entrenador del Barcelona Lassa, Svetislav Pesic, durante el partido de la jornada 33 de la liga que disputan esta noche contra el `Valencia Basket en el pabellón de la Fuente San Luis. EFE/Kai Försterling
GRAF1135. VALENCIA, 19/05/2018.- El entrenador del Barcelona Lassa, Svetislav Pesic, durante el partido de la jornada 33 de la liga que disputan esta noche contra el `Valencia Basket en el pabellón de la Fuente San Luis. EFE/Kai Försterling
GRAF1135. VALENCIA, 19/05/2018.- El entrenador del Barcelona Lassa, Svetislav Pesic, durante el partido de la jornada 33 de la liga que disputan esta noche contra el `Valencia Basket en el pabellón de la Fuente San Luis. EFE/Kai Försterling
GRAF1135. VALENCIA, 19/05/2018.- El jugador del Valencia Basket, Fernando San Emeterio, trata de vencer la oposición del del Barcelona Lassa, Adam Hanga, durante el partido de la jornada 33 de la liga que disputan esta noche en el pabellón de la Fuente San Luis. EFE/Kai Försterling
GRAF1135. VALENCIA, 19/05/2018.- El jugador del Valencia Basket, Fernando San Emeterio, trata de vencer la oposición del del Barcelona Lassa, Adam Hanga, durante el partido de la jornada 33 de la liga que disputan esta noche en el pabellón de la Fuente San Luis. EFE/Kai Försterling
GRAF1135. VALENCIA, 19/05/2018.- El jugador del Valencia Basket, Fernando San Emeterio, trata de vencer la oposición del del Barcelona Lassa, Adam Hanga, durante el partido de la jornada 33 de la liga que disputan esta noche en el pabellón de la Fuente San Luis. EFE/Kai Försterling
GRAF1135. VALENCIA, 19/05/2018.- El jugador del Valencia Basket, Alberto Abalde, trata de vencer la oposición de los del Barcelona Lassa, Petteri Koponen (i) y Victor Claver, durante el partido de la jornada 33 de la liga que disputan esta noche en el pabellón de la Fuente San Luis. EFE/Kai Försterling
GRAF1135. VALENCIA, 19/05/2018.- El jugador del Valencia Basket, Alberto Abalde, trata de vencer la oposición de los del Barcelona Lassa, Petteri Koponen (i) y Victor Claver, durante el partido de la jornada 33 de la liga que disputan esta noche en el pabellón de la Fuente San Luis. EFE/Kai Försterling
GRAF1135. VALENCIA, 19/05/2018.- El jugador del Valencia Basket, Alberto Abalde, trata de vencer la oposición de los del Barcelona Lassa, Petteri Koponen (i) y Victor Claver, durante el partido de la jornada 33 de la liga que disputan esta noche en el pabellón de la Fuente San Luis. EFE/Kai Försterling
GRAF1135. VALENCIA, 19/05/2018.- El jugador del Valencia Basket, Bojan Dubljevic, trata de vencer la oposición del del Barcelona Lassa, Ante Tomic, durante el partido de la jornada 33 de la liga que disputan esta noche en el pabellón de la Fuente San Luis. EFE/Kai Försterling
GRAF1135. VALENCIA, 19/05/2018.- El jugador del Valencia Basket, Bojan Dubljevic, trata de vencer la oposición del del Barcelona Lassa, Ante Tomic, durante el partido de la jornada 33 de la liga que disputan esta noche en el pabellón de la Fuente San Luis. EFE/Kai Försterling
GRAF1135. VALENCIA, 19/05/2018.- El jugador del Valencia Basket, Bojan Dubljevic, trata de vencer la oposición del del Barcelona Lassa, Ante Tomic, durante el partido de la jornada 33 de la liga que disputan esta noche en el pabellón de la Fuente San Luis. EFE/Kai Försterling
El entrenador del FC Barcelona, Ernesto Valverde, a su llegada a la rueda de prensa que ha ofrecido antes que el entrenamiento del equipo, en la Ciudad Deportiva Joan Gamper previo al último partido de LaLiga que mañana disputará contra la Real Sociedad en el Camp Nou de Barcelona. EFE
El entrenador del FC Barcelona, Ernesto Valverde, a su llegada a la rueda de prensa que ha ofrecido antes que el entrenamiento del equipo, en la Ciudad Deportiva Joan Gamper previo al último partido de LaLiga que mañana disputará contra la Real Sociedad en el Camp Nou de Barcelona. EFE
El entrenador del FC Barcelona, Ernesto Valverde, a su llegada a la rueda de prensa que ha ofrecido antes que el entrenamiento del equipo, en la Ciudad Deportiva Joan Gamper previo al último partido de LaLiga que mañana disputará contra la Real Sociedad en el Camp Nou de Barcelona. EFE
Meia espanhol irá se despedir do Barcelona neste domingo (20), no Camp Nou
Valverde não irá procurar substituto para Iniesta: "nunca vamos ter outro igual"
Meia espanhol irá se despedir do Barcelona neste domingo (20), no Camp Nou
The manager has decided against playing the superstar in the club's La Liga finale, arguing he needs rest after a long campaign
Messi to sit out Iniesta Barcelona send off, Valverde confirms
The manager has decided against playing the superstar in the club's La Liga finale, arguing he needs rest after a long campaign
Rencana Real Madrid memboyong Neymar dari PSG terhalang Barcelona
Barcelona Blok Rencana Neymar Gabung Real Madrid
Rencana Real Madrid memboyong Neymar dari PSG terhalang Barcelona
Barcelona head coach Ernesto Valverde insists his side must move in a new direction after the depature of Andres Iniesta at the end of the season.
Barca must adapt to losing Iniesta - Valverde
Barcelona head coach Ernesto Valverde insists his side must move in a new direction after the depature of Andres Iniesta at the end of the season.
Barcelona head coach Ernesto Valverde insists his side must move in a new direction after the depature of Andres Iniesta at the end of the season.
Barca must adapt to losing Iniesta - Valverde
Barcelona head coach Ernesto Valverde insists his side must move in a new direction after the depature of Andres Iniesta at the end of the season.
Barcelona head coach Ernesto Valverde insists his side must move in a new direction after the depature of Andres Iniesta at the end of the season.
Barca must adapt to losing Iniesta - Valverde
Barcelona head coach Ernesto Valverde insists his side must move in a new direction after the depature of Andres Iniesta at the end of the season.
O presidente catalão Quim Torra faz discurso em Barcelona, em 17 de maio de 2018
O presidente catalão Quim Torra faz discurso em Barcelona, em 17 de maio de 2018
O presidente catalão Quim Torra faz discurso em Barcelona, em 17 de maio de 2018
GRAF889. BARCELONA, 19/05/2018.- El portero alemán del FC Barcelona, Marc André Ter Stegen, durante el entrenamiento de hoy en la Ciudad Deportiva Joan Camper, previo al partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de laLiga contra el Real Sociedad. EFE/ Alberto Estvévez
GRAF889. BARCELONA, 19/05/2018.- El portero alemán del FC Barcelona, Marc André Ter Stegen, durante el entrenamiento de hoy en la Ciudad Deportiva Joan Camper, previo al partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de laLiga contra el Real Sociedad. EFE/ Alberto Estvévez
GRAF889. BARCELONA, 19/05/2018.- El portero alemán del FC Barcelona, Marc André Ter Stegen, durante el entrenamiento de hoy en la Ciudad Deportiva Joan Camper, previo al partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de laLiga contra el Real Sociedad. EFE/ Alberto Estvévez
GRAF881. BARCELONA, 19/05/2018.- El centrocampista croata del FC Barcelona, Ivan Rakitic, durante el entrenamiento de hoy en la Ciudad Deportiva Joan Camper, previo al partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de laLiga contra el Real Sociedad. EFE/ Alberto Estvévez
GRAF881. BARCELONA, 19/05/2018.- El centrocampista croata del FC Barcelona, Ivan Rakitic, durante el entrenamiento de hoy en la Ciudad Deportiva Joan Camper, previo al partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de laLiga contra el Real Sociedad. EFE/ Alberto Estvévez
GRAF881. BARCELONA, 19/05/2018.- El centrocampista croata del FC Barcelona, Ivan Rakitic, durante el entrenamiento de hoy en la Ciudad Deportiva Joan Camper, previo al partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de laLiga contra el Real Sociedad. EFE/ Alberto Estvévez
GRAF883. BARCELONA, 19/05/2018.- El centrocampista del FC Barcelona, Andrés iniesta, durante el entrenamiento de hoy en la Ciudad Deportiva Joan Camper, previo al partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de laLiga contra el Real Sociedad. EFE/ Alberto Estvévez
GRAF883. BARCELONA, 19/05/2018.- El centrocampista del FC Barcelona, Andrés iniesta, durante el entrenamiento de hoy en la Ciudad Deportiva Joan Camper, previo al partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de laLiga contra el Real Sociedad. EFE/ Alberto Estvévez
GRAF883. BARCELONA, 19/05/2018.- El centrocampista del FC Barcelona, Andrés iniesta, durante el entrenamiento de hoy en la Ciudad Deportiva Joan Camper, previo al partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de laLiga contra el Real Sociedad. EFE/ Alberto Estvévez
GRAF888. BARCELONA, 19/05/2018.- Los jugadores del FC Barcelona, el defensa Gerard Piqué (d), el defensa Jordi Alba (i) y el delantero Aleix Vidal, durante el entrenamiento de hoy en la Ciudad Deportiva Joan Camper, previo al partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de laLiga contra el Real Sociedad. EFE/ Alberto Estvévez
GRAF888. BARCELONA, 19/05/2018.- Los jugadores del FC Barcelona, el defensa Gerard Piqué (d), el defensa Jordi Alba (i) y el delantero Aleix Vidal, durante el entrenamiento de hoy en la Ciudad Deportiva Joan Camper, previo al partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de laLiga contra el Real Sociedad. EFE/ Alberto Estvévez
GRAF888. BARCELONA, 19/05/2018.- Los jugadores del FC Barcelona, el defensa Gerard Piqué (d), el defensa Jordi Alba (i) y el delantero Aleix Vidal, durante el entrenamiento de hoy en la Ciudad Deportiva Joan Camper, previo al partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de laLiga contra el Real Sociedad. EFE/ Alberto Estvévez
GRAF890. BARCELONA, 19/05/2018.- Los jugadores del FC Barcelona, durante el entrenamiento de hoy en la Ciudad Deportiva Joan Camper, previo al partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de laLiga contra el Real Sociedad. EFE/ Alberto Estvévez
GRAF890. BARCELONA, 19/05/2018.- Los jugadores del FC Barcelona, durante el entrenamiento de hoy en la Ciudad Deportiva Joan Camper, previo al partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de laLiga contra el Real Sociedad. EFE/ Alberto Estvévez
GRAF890. BARCELONA, 19/05/2018.- Los jugadores del FC Barcelona, durante el entrenamiento de hoy en la Ciudad Deportiva Joan Camper, previo al partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de laLiga contra el Real Sociedad. EFE/ Alberto Estvévez
GRAF886. BARCELONA, 19/05/2018.- Los jugadores del FC Barcelona, durante el entrenamiento de hoy en la Ciudad Deportiva Joan Camper, previo al partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de laLiga contra el Real Sociedad. EFE/ Alberto Estvévez
GRAF886. BARCELONA, 19/05/2018.- Los jugadores del FC Barcelona, durante el entrenamiento de hoy en la Ciudad Deportiva Joan Camper, previo al partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de laLiga contra el Real Sociedad. EFE/ Alberto Estvévez
GRAF886. BARCELONA, 19/05/2018.- Los jugadores del FC Barcelona, durante el entrenamiento de hoy en la Ciudad Deportiva Joan Camper, previo al partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de laLiga contra el Real Sociedad. EFE/ Alberto Estvévez
GRAF884. BARCELONA, 19/05/2018.- Los jugadores del FC Barcelona, durante el entrenamiento de hoy en la Ciudad Deportiva Joan Camper, previo al partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de laLiga contra el Real Sociedad. EFE/ Alberto Estvévez
GRAF884. BARCELONA, 19/05/2018.- Los jugadores del FC Barcelona, durante el entrenamiento de hoy en la Ciudad Deportiva Joan Camper, previo al partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de laLiga contra el Real Sociedad. EFE/ Alberto Estvévez
GRAF884. BARCELONA, 19/05/2018.- Los jugadores del FC Barcelona, durante el entrenamiento de hoy en la Ciudad Deportiva Joan Camper, previo al partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de laLiga contra el Real Sociedad. EFE/ Alberto Estvévez
GRAF887. BARCELONA, 19/05/2018.- Los jugadores del FC Barcelona, durante el entrenamiento de hoy en la Ciudad Deportiva Joan Camper, previo al partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de laLiga contra el Real Sociedad. EFE/ Alberto Estvévez
GRAF887. BARCELONA, 19/05/2018.- Los jugadores del FC Barcelona, durante el entrenamiento de hoy en la Ciudad Deportiva Joan Camper, previo al partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de laLiga contra el Real Sociedad. EFE/ Alberto Estvévez
GRAF887. BARCELONA, 19/05/2018.- Los jugadores del FC Barcelona, durante el entrenamiento de hoy en la Ciudad Deportiva Joan Camper, previo al partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de laLiga contra el Real Sociedad. EFE/ Alberto Estvévez
GRAF891. BARCELONA, 19/05/2018.- Los jugadores del FC Barcelona, durante el entrenamiento de hoy en la Ciudad Deportiva Joan Camper, previo al partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de laLiga contra el Real Sociedad. EFE/ Alberto Estvévez
GRAF891. BARCELONA, 19/05/2018.- Los jugadores del FC Barcelona, durante el entrenamiento de hoy en la Ciudad Deportiva Joan Camper, previo al partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de laLiga contra el Real Sociedad. EFE/ Alberto Estvévez
GRAF891. BARCELONA, 19/05/2018.- Los jugadores del FC Barcelona, durante el entrenamiento de hoy en la Ciudad Deportiva Joan Camper, previo al partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de laLiga contra el Real Sociedad. EFE/ Alberto Estvévez
GRAF882. BARCELONA, 19/05/2018.- Los delanteros del FC Barcelona, el argentino Lionel Messi (c), el uruguayo Luis Suárez (d) y el defensa Gerard Piqué, durante el entrenamiento de hoy en la Ciudad Deportiva Joan Camper, previo al partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de laLiga contra el Real Sociedad. EFE/ Alberto Estvévez
GRAF882. BARCELONA, 19/05/2018.- Los delanteros del FC Barcelona, el argentino Lionel Messi (c), el uruguayo Luis Suárez (d) y el defensa Gerard Piqué, durante el entrenamiento de hoy en la Ciudad Deportiva Joan Camper, previo al partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de laLiga contra el Real Sociedad. EFE/ Alberto Estvévez
GRAF882. BARCELONA, 19/05/2018.- Los delanteros del FC Barcelona, el argentino Lionel Messi (c), el uruguayo Luis Suárez (d) y el defensa Gerard Piqué, durante el entrenamiento de hoy en la Ciudad Deportiva Joan Camper, previo al partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de laLiga contra el Real Sociedad. EFE/ Alberto Estvévez
Barcelona should be satisfied with their achievements this season, despite their early Champions League exit, claims Ernesto Valverde.
Valverde content with domestic double in debut Barca season
Barcelona should be satisfied with their achievements this season, despite their early Champions League exit, claims Ernesto Valverde.
The manager has decided against playing the superstar in the club's La Liga finale, arguing he needs rest after a long campaign
Messi to sit out Iniesta Barcelona send off, Valverde confirms
The manager has decided against playing the superstar in the club's La Liga finale, arguing he needs rest after a long campaign
GRAF885. BARCELONA, 19/05/2018.- Los delanteros del FC Barcelona, el argentino Lionel Messi (i) y el uruguayo Luis Suárez, durante el entrenamiento de hoy en la Ciudad Deportiva Joan Camper, previo al partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de laLiga contra el Real Sociedad. EFE/ Alberto Estvévez
GRAF885. BARCELONA, 19/05/2018.- Los delanteros del FC Barcelona, el argentino Lionel Messi (i) y el uruguayo Luis Suárez, durante el entrenamiento de hoy en la Ciudad Deportiva Joan Camper, previo al partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de laLiga contra el Real Sociedad. EFE/ Alberto Estvévez
GRAF885. BARCELONA, 19/05/2018.- Los delanteros del FC Barcelona, el argentino Lionel Messi (i) y el uruguayo Luis Suárez, durante el entrenamiento de hoy en la Ciudad Deportiva Joan Camper, previo al partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de laLiga contra el Real Sociedad. EFE/ Alberto Estvévez
GRAF880. BARCELONA, 19/05/2018.- Los delanteros del FC Barcelona, el argentino Lionel Messi (i) y el uruguayo Luis Suárez, durante el entrenamiento de hoy en la Ciudad Deportiva Joan Camper, previo al partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de laLiga contra el Real Sociedad. EFE/ Alberto Estvévez
GRAF880. BARCELONA, 19/05/2018.- Los delanteros del FC Barcelona, el argentino Lionel Messi (i) y el uruguayo Luis Suárez, durante el entrenamiento de hoy en la Ciudad Deportiva Joan Camper, previo al partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de laLiga contra el Real Sociedad. EFE/ Alberto Estvévez
GRAF880. BARCELONA, 19/05/2018.- Los delanteros del FC Barcelona, el argentino Lionel Messi (i) y el uruguayo Luis Suárez, durante el entrenamiento de hoy en la Ciudad Deportiva Joan Camper, previo al partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de laLiga contra el Real Sociedad. EFE/ Alberto Estvévez
Setelah perjalanan 21 tahun membela Barcelona, malam nanti Andres Iniesta akan tampil terakhir kalinya bersama La Blaugrana. Banyak momen indah yang telah dilalui gelandang kreatif tersebut bersama klub yang dibelanya sejak masih kanak-kanak.
FOTO: Menanti Laga Terakhir Andres Iniesta bersama Barcelona
Setelah perjalanan 21 tahun membela Barcelona, malam nanti Andres Iniesta akan tampil terakhir kalinya bersama La Blaugrana. Banyak momen indah yang telah dilalui gelandang kreatif tersebut bersama klub yang dibelanya sejak masih kanak-kanak.
Setelah perjalanan 21 tahun membela Barcelona, malam nanti Andres Iniesta akan tampil terakhir kalinya bersama La Blaugrana. Banyak momen indah yang telah dilalui gelandang kreatif tersebut bersama klub yang dibelanya sejak masih kanak-kanak.
FOTO: Menanti Laga Terakhir Andres Iniesta bersama Barcelona
Setelah perjalanan 21 tahun membela Barcelona, malam nanti Andres Iniesta akan tampil terakhir kalinya bersama La Blaugrana. Banyak momen indah yang telah dilalui gelandang kreatif tersebut bersama klub yang dibelanya sejak masih kanak-kanak.
Prince Harry married Meghan Markle in a ceremony that proved a fitting mix of the traditional and the unconventional, merging British tradition with American music and accents. The Prince and his beaming bride exchanged vows in front of 600 guests in St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. But the BBC estimated the global audience would reach as many as 1.9 billion people. This is how the world's media reacted to the royal wedding. The Sunday Telegraph The Sunday Telegraph The Observer 'Two people fell in love and we all showed up' The Observer The Mail on Sunday Harry ever after! The Mail on Sunday The Sunday Times 'Two people fell in love and we all showed up' The Sunday Times The Sunday People The Perfect Kiss Sunday People The Sun on Sunday Kisstory - Harry and Meg's historic change for monarchy The Sun on Sunday The Sunday Mirror Harry and glorious Sunday Mirror The Sunday Express So in love Sunday Express The Daily Star Sunday Harry and Meghan make kisstory Daily Star Sunday The i The happy couple The i weekend The Independent Special relationship: An American feminist actor joins the Windsors The Independent The Sunday Mail Harry beams and Meghan sparkles Sunday Mail The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) True love's kiss The Sunday Telegraph Credit: Getty Images The Sun-Herald (Sydney) Power of love The Sun-Herald Credit: Getty Images The Sunday Mail (Queensland) Modern love Sunday Mail The New York Daily News They do royal weddings. We do schoolkids' funerals New York Daily News New York Post Palace coo - American beauty storms UK, captures hearts New York Post Le Dauphiné libéré (Grenoble) Un "oui" princier - A princely yes Le Dauphiné libéré Der Tagesspiegel (Berlin) The power of love Der Tagesspiegel La Vanguardia (Barcelona) A real wedding to break moulds La Vanguardia The Herald on Sunday (Auckland) Jewel in the crown The Herald on Sunday Khaleej Times (Dubai) Dubai lives the royal wedding Khaleej Times How America watched the wedding Martin Luther King's daughter expressed her delight at the use of the civil rights activist's words in the royal wedding ceremony on Saturday. Bernice King tweeted: "Your life, teachings and words still matter so much, Daddy. Congrats, Harry and Meghan". Elsewhere across the US, royal fans gathered in the early hours to celebrate the historic occasion. More than 100 pupils turned out at Immaculate Heart High School in Los Angeles, Meghan Markle’s former school, to watch her marriage to Prince Harry. There was a collective gasp in the auditorium at 4am local time, as they got their first glimpse of the bride. People in Los Angeles, Ms Markle's home town, cheer during a watching party at the Cat & Fiddle pub in Hollywood Credit: Reuters Many of the girls attended the watch party with their parents. Annemarie Sauer Hale, whose daughter Michaela attends the school, was a little surprised by the dress. “It was a little more conservative than I expected but she looked radiant,” she said. “And then the tiara that the queen let her borrow and the veil that went on for days. It was lovely, it was beautiful.” Our picture editors' 20 favourite images of the Royal wedding Mother Carol Dance said the school fosters a strong sense of sisterhood and independence. “They make empowered women here, it’s really nice to see a woman of strength being able to use her position to further her own causes. And it’s obvious that her husband is really charmed by that power too,” she said. My very best wishes to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on their wedding day. To all of those joining the national celebration with street parties and other events, have a wonderful day. #RoyalWedding— Theresa May (@theresa_may) May 19, 2018 “I think it’s a good step forward and globalisation of the world and this kind of ‘one love’ feeling which they talked about in the sermon,” Mother Stacey Johnson said. The young girls are excited to watch Meghan, as she takes on her new role in Kensington Palace. “She’s the only person of colour that’s in the entire royal family,” said Marigrace Carrasco, a 15-year-old student. “It’s crazy to think that you don’t have to fit in a certain box to make change in the world. She has all this global influence. I believe her a lot, I put my trust in her.” Guests toast at a Viewing Party at New York's Plaza Hotel Credit: Getty Scores of well-wishers descended on the British-themed The Cat And Fiddle pub in Hollywood, celebrating Ms Markle's local connection. Immaculate Heart students praise non-traditional royal wedding of alum Meghan Markle https://t.co/MMJlyVV49Wpic.twitter.com/AhZyuBi00P— Los Angeles Times (@latimes) May 19, 2018 The Chicago Tribune also found a local angle to the nuptials. It headlined its coverage: “Northwestern grad Meghan Markle marries Prince Harry in historic, star-studded ceremony at Windsor Castle.” Royalists watch on at Kanata Sports Club in Ottawa, Canada Credit: Bloomberg Harvey Young, Ms Markle's Drama professor at Chicago's Northwestern University, praised her choice of service. "Meghan has written about her mother being misrepresented as a nanny. When Meghan talks about celebrating who she is as a woman it's to celebrate her blackness as well as her whiteness," he said And speaking of diplomacy,Harry’s amazing bride Megan did an internship at @USEmbArgentina.You can apply for a @StateDept internship at https://t.co/15LFveTgcJ - sorry, internship doesn’t come with a #RoyalWedding! 2/2— Laura Kennedy (@AmbKennedy_ret) May 19, 2018 "That service is one that brings together everyone. I think you saw Black virtuosity on display, it's wonderful, extraordinary. Meghan should be proud of the ceremony." Deborah Cohen, a history professor, added somewhat caustically: “It’s the longest-running reality show with an endless replenishing set of characters. Meghan represents another stage of it.” Bill de Blasio, the New York Mayor tweeted his support for the young couple, alongside his wife: Congrats, Meghan and Harry! Keep doing things your way. Britain will never be the same – and that's a good thing. https://t.co/4UYiOCaarN— Bill de Blasio (@NYCMayor) May 19, 2018 The Los Angeles Times was taken with the “pomp and pageantry” of the occasion and the personal aside from Prince Harry when he told his bride. “You look amazing.” It was, the paper continued: “a tradition imbued ceremony” seen by millions worldwide. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle during their wedding at St George's Chapel Credit: Dominic Lipinski/PA “In an eclectic and evocative wedding service that blended the stylings of a gospel choir with a soprano's classical rendition of Handel, the two — gazing into one another's eyes and smiling — were pronounced man and wife in the gothic St. George's Chapel within the walls of Windsor Castle, a millennium-old seat of British royalty.” The New York Post, one of the city’s tabloids, joyfully announced “Meghan Markle is now a royal”. It continued: “The American ‘Suits’ actress, 36, tied the knot with Prince Harry in a wedding ceremony at London’s St. George’s chapel at Windsor Castle on Saturday attended by the royal family as well as celebrity pals including Oprah Winfrey, George and Amal Clooney, Serena Williams, James Corden and Priyanka Chopra.” The New York Times said that Meghan Markle was in the span of an hour “transformed from a Ms. to Duchess.” For the New York Daily News, the ceremony was “emotional.” It added : “Prince Harry has officially settled down with American actress Meghan Markle after a touching ceremony held at St. George's Chapel on the Windsor Castle grounds. Canada Justin Trudeau, the Prime Minister of Canada, where Ms Markle lived for the past seven years while filming for the legal drama Suits, sent his congratulations to the royals. He announced that the country would donate $50,000 to a children's charity to mark the occasion. "To celebrate their union, Canada will donate 50,000 dollars to Jumpstart, a Canadian charity dedicated to making play and sports more accessible to children from disadvantaged backgrounds. Since 2005, Jumpstart has helped more than 1.6 million children of all abilities get out on the field and be part of a team. "Sophie and I congratulate the newlyweds on behalf of the Government of Canada. We wish Their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Sussex a lifetime of happiness, and all the best as they start this new chapter together. We look forward to welcoming them on a future visit to Canada," he said. Britain's Prince Harryspeaks with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during a reception in April 2018 Credit: Matt Dunham/AP South Africa Nearly 5,600 miles away from Windsor, in South Africa, organisers of a party for up to 5,000 people arranged champagne, Union flag cupcakes and even bagpipe players. Lize Millward, manager at 1Fox in Johannesburg, said: "People seem to like them because Harry is a really down-to-earth person, no chip on his shoulder, and Meghan, being an actress, people have seen her on TV and are interested in her." A couple dressed as Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan Markle kiss during a group photograph at a party in Durban, South Africa Credit: ROGAN WARD/Reuters Russia In the Russian capital there was applause at St Andrew's Anglican Church as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were declared husband and wife by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby. Rev Canon Malcolm Rogers, St Andrew's Chaplain, said around 200 people of different nationalities, roughly two thirds of them Russian, were at the church less than a mile from the Kremlin. "The talk (by Rev Michael Curry) received applause - and people were a bit amused by how the congregation looked during the address," he said. "In the current tensions, especially here in Moscow, it is a great thing to bring us together - perhaps an example of the power of love spoken about by the preacher." Royal wedding | Read more
Royal wedding front pages from around the world: 'Two people fell in love and we all showed up'
Prince Harry married Meghan Markle in a ceremony that proved a fitting mix of the traditional and the unconventional, merging British tradition with American music and accents. The Prince and his beaming bride exchanged vows in front of 600 guests in St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. But the BBC estimated the global audience would reach as many as 1.9 billion people. This is how the world's media reacted to the royal wedding. The Sunday Telegraph The Sunday Telegraph The Observer 'Two people fell in love and we all showed up' The Observer The Mail on Sunday Harry ever after! The Mail on Sunday The Sunday Times 'Two people fell in love and we all showed up' The Sunday Times The Sunday People The Perfect Kiss Sunday People The Sun on Sunday Kisstory - Harry and Meg's historic change for monarchy The Sun on Sunday The Sunday Mirror Harry and glorious Sunday Mirror The Sunday Express So in love Sunday Express The Daily Star Sunday Harry and Meghan make kisstory Daily Star Sunday The i The happy couple The i weekend The Independent Special relationship: An American feminist actor joins the Windsors The Independent The Sunday Mail Harry beams and Meghan sparkles Sunday Mail The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) True love's kiss The Sunday Telegraph Credit: Getty Images The Sun-Herald (Sydney) Power of love The Sun-Herald Credit: Getty Images The Sunday Mail (Queensland) Modern love Sunday Mail The New York Daily News They do royal weddings. We do schoolkids' funerals New York Daily News New York Post Palace coo - American beauty storms UK, captures hearts New York Post Le Dauphiné libéré (Grenoble) Un "oui" princier - A princely yes Le Dauphiné libéré Der Tagesspiegel (Berlin) The power of love Der Tagesspiegel La Vanguardia (Barcelona) A real wedding to break moulds La Vanguardia The Herald on Sunday (Auckland) Jewel in the crown The Herald on Sunday Khaleej Times (Dubai) Dubai lives the royal wedding Khaleej Times How America watched the wedding Martin Luther King's daughter expressed her delight at the use of the civil rights activist's words in the royal wedding ceremony on Saturday. Bernice King tweeted: "Your life, teachings and words still matter so much, Daddy. Congrats, Harry and Meghan". Elsewhere across the US, royal fans gathered in the early hours to celebrate the historic occasion. More than 100 pupils turned out at Immaculate Heart High School in Los Angeles, Meghan Markle’s former school, to watch her marriage to Prince Harry. There was a collective gasp in the auditorium at 4am local time, as they got their first glimpse of the bride. People in Los Angeles, Ms Markle's home town, cheer during a watching party at the Cat & Fiddle pub in Hollywood Credit: Reuters Many of the girls attended the watch party with their parents. Annemarie Sauer Hale, whose daughter Michaela attends the school, was a little surprised by the dress. “It was a little more conservative than I expected but she looked radiant,” she said. “And then the tiara that the queen let her borrow and the veil that went on for days. It was lovely, it was beautiful.” Our picture editors' 20 favourite images of the Royal wedding Mother Carol Dance said the school fosters a strong sense of sisterhood and independence. “They make empowered women here, it’s really nice to see a woman of strength being able to use her position to further her own causes. And it’s obvious that her husband is really charmed by that power too,” she said. My very best wishes to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on their wedding day. To all of those joining the national celebration with street parties and other events, have a wonderful day. #RoyalWedding— Theresa May (@theresa_may) May 19, 2018 “I think it’s a good step forward and globalisation of the world and this kind of ‘one love’ feeling which they talked about in the sermon,” Mother Stacey Johnson said. The young girls are excited to watch Meghan, as she takes on her new role in Kensington Palace. “She’s the only person of colour that’s in the entire royal family,” said Marigrace Carrasco, a 15-year-old student. “It’s crazy to think that you don’t have to fit in a certain box to make change in the world. She has all this global influence. I believe her a lot, I put my trust in her.” Guests toast at a Viewing Party at New York's Plaza Hotel Credit: Getty Scores of well-wishers descended on the British-themed The Cat And Fiddle pub in Hollywood, celebrating Ms Markle's local connection. Immaculate Heart students praise non-traditional royal wedding of alum Meghan Markle https://t.co/MMJlyVV49Wpic.twitter.com/AhZyuBi00P— Los Angeles Times (@latimes) May 19, 2018 The Chicago Tribune also found a local angle to the nuptials. It headlined its coverage: “Northwestern grad Meghan Markle marries Prince Harry in historic, star-studded ceremony at Windsor Castle.” Royalists watch on at Kanata Sports Club in Ottawa, Canada Credit: Bloomberg Harvey Young, Ms Markle's Drama professor at Chicago's Northwestern University, praised her choice of service. "Meghan has written about her mother being misrepresented as a nanny. When Meghan talks about celebrating who she is as a woman it's to celebrate her blackness as well as her whiteness," he said And speaking of diplomacy,Harry’s amazing bride Megan did an internship at @USEmbArgentina.You can apply for a @StateDept internship at https://t.co/15LFveTgcJ - sorry, internship doesn’t come with a #RoyalWedding! 2/2— Laura Kennedy (@AmbKennedy_ret) May 19, 2018 "That service is one that brings together everyone. I think you saw Black virtuosity on display, it's wonderful, extraordinary. Meghan should be proud of the ceremony." Deborah Cohen, a history professor, added somewhat caustically: “It’s the longest-running reality show with an endless replenishing set of characters. Meghan represents another stage of it.” Bill de Blasio, the New York Mayor tweeted his support for the young couple, alongside his wife: Congrats, Meghan and Harry! Keep doing things your way. Britain will never be the same – and that's a good thing. https://t.co/4UYiOCaarN— Bill de Blasio (@NYCMayor) May 19, 2018 The Los Angeles Times was taken with the “pomp and pageantry” of the occasion and the personal aside from Prince Harry when he told his bride. “You look amazing.” It was, the paper continued: “a tradition imbued ceremony” seen by millions worldwide. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle during their wedding at St George's Chapel Credit: Dominic Lipinski/PA “In an eclectic and evocative wedding service that blended the stylings of a gospel choir with a soprano's classical rendition of Handel, the two — gazing into one another's eyes and smiling — were pronounced man and wife in the gothic St. George's Chapel within the walls of Windsor Castle, a millennium-old seat of British royalty.” The New York Post, one of the city’s tabloids, joyfully announced “Meghan Markle is now a royal”. It continued: “The American ‘Suits’ actress, 36, tied the knot with Prince Harry in a wedding ceremony at London’s St. George’s chapel at Windsor Castle on Saturday attended by the royal family as well as celebrity pals including Oprah Winfrey, George and Amal Clooney, Serena Williams, James Corden and Priyanka Chopra.” The New York Times said that Meghan Markle was in the span of an hour “transformed from a Ms. to Duchess.” For the New York Daily News, the ceremony was “emotional.” It added : “Prince Harry has officially settled down with American actress Meghan Markle after a touching ceremony held at St. George's Chapel on the Windsor Castle grounds. Canada Justin Trudeau, the Prime Minister of Canada, where Ms Markle lived for the past seven years while filming for the legal drama Suits, sent his congratulations to the royals. He announced that the country would donate $50,000 to a children's charity to mark the occasion. "To celebrate their union, Canada will donate 50,000 dollars to Jumpstart, a Canadian charity dedicated to making play and sports more accessible to children from disadvantaged backgrounds. Since 2005, Jumpstart has helped more than 1.6 million children of all abilities get out on the field and be part of a team. "Sophie and I congratulate the newlyweds on behalf of the Government of Canada. We wish Their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Sussex a lifetime of happiness, and all the best as they start this new chapter together. We look forward to welcoming them on a future visit to Canada," he said. Britain's Prince Harryspeaks with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during a reception in April 2018 Credit: Matt Dunham/AP South Africa Nearly 5,600 miles away from Windsor, in South Africa, organisers of a party for up to 5,000 people arranged champagne, Union flag cupcakes and even bagpipe players. Lize Millward, manager at 1Fox in Johannesburg, said: "People seem to like them because Harry is a really down-to-earth person, no chip on his shoulder, and Meghan, being an actress, people have seen her on TV and are interested in her." A couple dressed as Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan Markle kiss during a group photograph at a party in Durban, South Africa Credit: ROGAN WARD/Reuters Russia In the Russian capital there was applause at St Andrew's Anglican Church as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were declared husband and wife by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby. Rev Canon Malcolm Rogers, St Andrew's Chaplain, said around 200 people of different nationalities, roughly two thirds of them Russian, were at the church less than a mile from the Kremlin. "The talk (by Rev Michael Curry) received applause - and people were a bit amused by how the congregation looked during the address," he said. "In the current tensions, especially here in Moscow, it is a great thing to bring us together - perhaps an example of the power of love spoken about by the preacher." Royal wedding | Read more
Prince Harry married Meghan Markle in a ceremony that proved a fitting mix of the traditional and the unconventional, merging British tradition with American music and accents. The Prince and his beaming bride exchanged vows in front of 600 guests in St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. But the BBC estimated the global audience would reach as many as 1.9 billion people. This is how the world's media reacted to the royal wedding. The Sunday Telegraph The Sunday Telegraph The Observer 'Two people fell in love and we all showed up' The Observer The Mail on Sunday Harry ever after! The Mail on Sunday The Sunday Times 'Two people fell in love and we all showed up' The Sunday Times The Sunday People The Perfect Kiss Sunday People The Sun on Sunday Kisstory - Harry and Meg's historic change for monarchy The Sun on Sunday The Sunday Mirror Harry and glorious Sunday Mirror The Sunday Express So in love Sunday Express The Daily Star Sunday Harry and Meghan make kisstory Daily Star Sunday The i The happy couple The i weekend The Independent Special relationship: An American feminist actor joins the Windsors The Independent The Sunday Mail Harry beams and Meghan sparkles Sunday Mail The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) True love's kiss The Sunday Telegraph Credit: Getty Images The Sun-Herald (Sydney) Power of love The Sun-Herald Credit: Getty Images The Sunday Mail (Queensland) Modern love Sunday Mail The New York Daily News They do royal weddings. We do schoolkids' funerals New York Daily News New York Post Palace coo - American beauty storms UK, captures hearts New York Post Le Dauphiné libéré (Grenoble) Un "oui" princier - A princely yes Le Dauphiné libéré Der Tagesspiegel (Berlin) The power of love Der Tagesspiegel La Vanguardia (Barcelona) A real wedding to break moulds La Vanguardia The Herald on Sunday (Auckland) Jewel in the crown The Herald on Sunday Khaleej Times (Dubai) Dubai lives the royal wedding Khaleej Times How America watched the wedding Martin Luther King's daughter expressed her delight at the use of the civil rights activist's words in the royal wedding ceremony on Saturday. Bernice King tweeted: "Your life, teachings and words still matter so much, Daddy. Congrats, Harry and Meghan". Elsewhere across the US, royal fans gathered in the early hours to celebrate the historic occasion. More than 100 pupils turned out at Immaculate Heart High School in Los Angeles, Meghan Markle’s former school, to watch her marriage to Prince Harry. There was a collective gasp in the auditorium at 4am local time, as they got their first glimpse of the bride. People in Los Angeles, Ms Markle's home town, cheer during a watching party at the Cat & Fiddle pub in Hollywood Credit: Reuters Many of the girls attended the watch party with their parents. Annemarie Sauer Hale, whose daughter Michaela attends the school, was a little surprised by the dress. “It was a little more conservative than I expected but she looked radiant,” she said. “And then the tiara that the queen let her borrow and the veil that went on for days. It was lovely, it was beautiful.” Our picture editors' 20 favourite images of the Royal wedding Mother Carol Dance said the school fosters a strong sense of sisterhood and independence. “They make empowered women here, it’s really nice to see a woman of strength being able to use her position to further her own causes. And it’s obvious that her husband is really charmed by that power too,” she said. My very best wishes to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on their wedding day. To all of those joining the national celebration with street parties and other events, have a wonderful day. #RoyalWedding— Theresa May (@theresa_may) May 19, 2018 “I think it’s a good step forward and globalisation of the world and this kind of ‘one love’ feeling which they talked about in the sermon,” Mother Stacey Johnson said. The young girls are excited to watch Meghan, as she takes on her new role in Kensington Palace. “She’s the only person of colour that’s in the entire royal family,” said Marigrace Carrasco, a 15-year-old student. “It’s crazy to think that you don’t have to fit in a certain box to make change in the world. She has all this global influence. I believe her a lot, I put my trust in her.” Guests toast at a Viewing Party at New York's Plaza Hotel Credit: Getty Scores of well-wishers descended on the British-themed The Cat And Fiddle pub in Hollywood, celebrating Ms Markle's local connection. Immaculate Heart students praise non-traditional royal wedding of alum Meghan Markle https://t.co/MMJlyVV49Wpic.twitter.com/AhZyuBi00P— Los Angeles Times (@latimes) May 19, 2018 The Chicago Tribune also found a local angle to the nuptials. It headlined its coverage: “Northwestern grad Meghan Markle marries Prince Harry in historic, star-studded ceremony at Windsor Castle.” Royalists watch on at Kanata Sports Club in Ottawa, Canada Credit: Bloomberg Harvey Young, Ms Markle's Drama professor at Chicago's Northwestern University, praised her choice of service. "Meghan has written about her mother being misrepresented as a nanny. When Meghan talks about celebrating who she is as a woman it's to celebrate her blackness as well as her whiteness," he said And speaking of diplomacy,Harry’s amazing bride Megan did an internship at @USEmbArgentina.You can apply for a @StateDept internship at https://t.co/15LFveTgcJ - sorry, internship doesn’t come with a #RoyalWedding! 2/2— Laura Kennedy (@AmbKennedy_ret) May 19, 2018 "That service is one that brings together everyone. I think you saw Black virtuosity on display, it's wonderful, extraordinary. Meghan should be proud of the ceremony." Deborah Cohen, a history professor, added somewhat caustically: “It’s the longest-running reality show with an endless replenishing set of characters. Meghan represents another stage of it.” Bill de Blasio, the New York Mayor tweeted his support for the young couple, alongside his wife: Congrats, Meghan and Harry! Keep doing things your way. Britain will never be the same – and that's a good thing. https://t.co/4UYiOCaarN— Bill de Blasio (@NYCMayor) May 19, 2018 The Los Angeles Times was taken with the “pomp and pageantry” of the occasion and the personal aside from Prince Harry when he told his bride. “You look amazing.” It was, the paper continued: “a tradition imbued ceremony” seen by millions worldwide. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle during their wedding at St George's Chapel Credit: Dominic Lipinski/PA “In an eclectic and evocative wedding service that blended the stylings of a gospel choir with a soprano's classical rendition of Handel, the two — gazing into one another's eyes and smiling — were pronounced man and wife in the gothic St. George's Chapel within the walls of Windsor Castle, a millennium-old seat of British royalty.” The New York Post, one of the city’s tabloids, joyfully announced “Meghan Markle is now a royal”. It continued: “The American ‘Suits’ actress, 36, tied the knot with Prince Harry in a wedding ceremony at London’s St. George’s chapel at Windsor Castle on Saturday attended by the royal family as well as celebrity pals including Oprah Winfrey, George and Amal Clooney, Serena Williams, James Corden and Priyanka Chopra.” The New York Times said that Meghan Markle was in the span of an hour “transformed from a Ms. to Duchess.” For the New York Daily News, the ceremony was “emotional.” It added : “Prince Harry has officially settled down with American actress Meghan Markle after a touching ceremony held at St. George's Chapel on the Windsor Castle grounds. Canada Justin Trudeau, the Prime Minister of Canada, where Ms Markle lived for the past seven years while filming for the legal drama Suits, sent his congratulations to the royals. He announced that the country would donate $50,000 to a children's charity to mark the occasion. "To celebrate their union, Canada will donate 50,000 dollars to Jumpstart, a Canadian charity dedicated to making play and sports more accessible to children from disadvantaged backgrounds. Since 2005, Jumpstart has helped more than 1.6 million children of all abilities get out on the field and be part of a team. "Sophie and I congratulate the newlyweds on behalf of the Government of Canada. We wish Their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Sussex a lifetime of happiness, and all the best as they start this new chapter together. We look forward to welcoming them on a future visit to Canada," he said. Britain's Prince Harryspeaks with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during a reception in April 2018 Credit: Matt Dunham/AP South Africa Nearly 5,600 miles away from Windsor, in South Africa, organisers of a party for up to 5,000 people arranged champagne, Union flag cupcakes and even bagpipe players. Lize Millward, manager at 1Fox in Johannesburg, said: "People seem to like them because Harry is a really down-to-earth person, no chip on his shoulder, and Meghan, being an actress, people have seen her on TV and are interested in her." A couple dressed as Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan Markle kiss during a group photograph at a party in Durban, South Africa Credit: ROGAN WARD/Reuters Russia In the Russian capital there was applause at St Andrew's Anglican Church as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were declared husband and wife by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby. Rev Canon Malcolm Rogers, St Andrew's Chaplain, said around 200 people of different nationalities, roughly two thirds of them Russian, were at the church less than a mile from the Kremlin. "The talk (by Rev Michael Curry) received applause - and people were a bit amused by how the congregation looked during the address," he said. "In the current tensions, especially here in Moscow, it is a great thing to bring us together - perhaps an example of the power of love spoken about by the preacher." Royal wedding | Read more
Royal wedding front pages from around the world: 'Two people fell in love and we all showed up'
Prince Harry married Meghan Markle in a ceremony that proved a fitting mix of the traditional and the unconventional, merging British tradition with American music and accents. The Prince and his beaming bride exchanged vows in front of 600 guests in St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. But the BBC estimated the global audience would reach as many as 1.9 billion people. This is how the world's media reacted to the royal wedding. The Sunday Telegraph The Sunday Telegraph The Observer 'Two people fell in love and we all showed up' The Observer The Mail on Sunday Harry ever after! The Mail on Sunday The Sunday Times 'Two people fell in love and we all showed up' The Sunday Times The Sunday People The Perfect Kiss Sunday People The Sun on Sunday Kisstory - Harry and Meg's historic change for monarchy The Sun on Sunday The Sunday Mirror Harry and glorious Sunday Mirror The Sunday Express So in love Sunday Express The Daily Star Sunday Harry and Meghan make kisstory Daily Star Sunday The i The happy couple The i weekend The Independent Special relationship: An American feminist actor joins the Windsors The Independent The Sunday Mail Harry beams and Meghan sparkles Sunday Mail The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) True love's kiss The Sunday Telegraph Credit: Getty Images The Sun-Herald (Sydney) Power of love The Sun-Herald Credit: Getty Images The Sunday Mail (Queensland) Modern love Sunday Mail The New York Daily News They do royal weddings. We do schoolkids' funerals New York Daily News New York Post Palace coo - American beauty storms UK, captures hearts New York Post Le Dauphiné libéré (Grenoble) Un "oui" princier - A princely yes Le Dauphiné libéré Der Tagesspiegel (Berlin) The power of love Der Tagesspiegel La Vanguardia (Barcelona) A real wedding to break moulds La Vanguardia The Herald on Sunday (Auckland) Jewel in the crown The Herald on Sunday Khaleej Times (Dubai) Dubai lives the royal wedding Khaleej Times How America watched the wedding Martin Luther King's daughter expressed her delight at the use of the civil rights activist's words in the royal wedding ceremony on Saturday. Bernice King tweeted: "Your life, teachings and words still matter so much, Daddy. Congrats, Harry and Meghan". Elsewhere across the US, royal fans gathered in the early hours to celebrate the historic occasion. More than 100 pupils turned out at Immaculate Heart High School in Los Angeles, Meghan Markle’s former school, to watch her marriage to Prince Harry. There was a collective gasp in the auditorium at 4am local time, as they got their first glimpse of the bride. People in Los Angeles, Ms Markle's home town, cheer during a watching party at the Cat & Fiddle pub in Hollywood Credit: Reuters Many of the girls attended the watch party with their parents. Annemarie Sauer Hale, whose daughter Michaela attends the school, was a little surprised by the dress. “It was a little more conservative than I expected but she looked radiant,” she said. “And then the tiara that the queen let her borrow and the veil that went on for days. It was lovely, it was beautiful.” Our picture editors' 20 favourite images of the Royal wedding Mother Carol Dance said the school fosters a strong sense of sisterhood and independence. “They make empowered women here, it’s really nice to see a woman of strength being able to use her position to further her own causes. And it’s obvious that her husband is really charmed by that power too,” she said. My very best wishes to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on their wedding day. To all of those joining the national celebration with street parties and other events, have a wonderful day. #RoyalWedding— Theresa May (@theresa_may) May 19, 2018 “I think it’s a good step forward and globalisation of the world and this kind of ‘one love’ feeling which they talked about in the sermon,” Mother Stacey Johnson said. The young girls are excited to watch Meghan, as she takes on her new role in Kensington Palace. “She’s the only person of colour that’s in the entire royal family,” said Marigrace Carrasco, a 15-year-old student. “It’s crazy to think that you don’t have to fit in a certain box to make change in the world. She has all this global influence. I believe her a lot, I put my trust in her.” Guests toast at a Viewing Party at New York's Plaza Hotel Credit: Getty Scores of well-wishers descended on the British-themed The Cat And Fiddle pub in Hollywood, celebrating Ms Markle's local connection. Immaculate Heart students praise non-traditional royal wedding of alum Meghan Markle https://t.co/MMJlyVV49Wpic.twitter.com/AhZyuBi00P— Los Angeles Times (@latimes) May 19, 2018 The Chicago Tribune also found a local angle to the nuptials. It headlined its coverage: “Northwestern grad Meghan Markle marries Prince Harry in historic, star-studded ceremony at Windsor Castle.” Royalists watch on at Kanata Sports Club in Ottawa, Canada Credit: Bloomberg Harvey Young, Ms Markle's Drama professor at Chicago's Northwestern University, praised her choice of service. "Meghan has written about her mother being misrepresented as a nanny. When Meghan talks about celebrating who she is as a woman it's to celebrate her blackness as well as her whiteness," he said And speaking of diplomacy,Harry’s amazing bride Megan did an internship at @USEmbArgentina.You can apply for a @StateDept internship at https://t.co/15LFveTgcJ - sorry, internship doesn’t come with a #RoyalWedding! 2/2— Laura Kennedy (@AmbKennedy_ret) May 19, 2018 "That service is one that brings together everyone. I think you saw Black virtuosity on display, it's wonderful, extraordinary. Meghan should be proud of the ceremony." Deborah Cohen, a history professor, added somewhat caustically: “It’s the longest-running reality show with an endless replenishing set of characters. Meghan represents another stage of it.” Bill de Blasio, the New York Mayor tweeted his support for the young couple, alongside his wife: Congrats, Meghan and Harry! Keep doing things your way. Britain will never be the same – and that's a good thing. https://t.co/4UYiOCaarN— Bill de Blasio (@NYCMayor) May 19, 2018 The Los Angeles Times was taken with the “pomp and pageantry” of the occasion and the personal aside from Prince Harry when he told his bride. “You look amazing.” It was, the paper continued: “a tradition imbued ceremony” seen by millions worldwide. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle during their wedding at St George's Chapel Credit: Dominic Lipinski/PA “In an eclectic and evocative wedding service that blended the stylings of a gospel choir with a soprano's classical rendition of Handel, the two — gazing into one another's eyes and smiling — were pronounced man and wife in the gothic St. George's Chapel within the walls of Windsor Castle, a millennium-old seat of British royalty.” The New York Post, one of the city’s tabloids, joyfully announced “Meghan Markle is now a royal”. It continued: “The American ‘Suits’ actress, 36, tied the knot with Prince Harry in a wedding ceremony at London’s St. George’s chapel at Windsor Castle on Saturday attended by the royal family as well as celebrity pals including Oprah Winfrey, George and Amal Clooney, Serena Williams, James Corden and Priyanka Chopra.” The New York Times said that Meghan Markle was in the span of an hour “transformed from a Ms. to Duchess.” For the New York Daily News, the ceremony was “emotional.” It added : “Prince Harry has officially settled down with American actress Meghan Markle after a touching ceremony held at St. George's Chapel on the Windsor Castle grounds. Canada Justin Trudeau, the Prime Minister of Canada, where Ms Markle lived for the past seven years while filming for the legal drama Suits, sent his congratulations to the royals. He announced that the country would donate $50,000 to a children's charity to mark the occasion. "To celebrate their union, Canada will donate 50,000 dollars to Jumpstart, a Canadian charity dedicated to making play and sports more accessible to children from disadvantaged backgrounds. Since 2005, Jumpstart has helped more than 1.6 million children of all abilities get out on the field and be part of a team. "Sophie and I congratulate the newlyweds on behalf of the Government of Canada. We wish Their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Sussex a lifetime of happiness, and all the best as they start this new chapter together. We look forward to welcoming them on a future visit to Canada," he said. Britain's Prince Harryspeaks with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during a reception in April 2018 Credit: Matt Dunham/AP South Africa Nearly 5,600 miles away from Windsor, in South Africa, organisers of a party for up to 5,000 people arranged champagne, Union flag cupcakes and even bagpipe players. Lize Millward, manager at 1Fox in Johannesburg, said: "People seem to like them because Harry is a really down-to-earth person, no chip on his shoulder, and Meghan, being an actress, people have seen her on TV and are interested in her." A couple dressed as Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan Markle kiss during a group photograph at a party in Durban, South Africa Credit: ROGAN WARD/Reuters Russia In the Russian capital there was applause at St Andrew's Anglican Church as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were declared husband and wife by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby. Rev Canon Malcolm Rogers, St Andrew's Chaplain, said around 200 people of different nationalities, roughly two thirds of them Russian, were at the church less than a mile from the Kremlin. "The talk (by Rev Michael Curry) received applause - and people were a bit amused by how the congregation looked during the address," he said. "In the current tensions, especially here in Moscow, it is a great thing to bring us together - perhaps an example of the power of love spoken about by the preacher." Royal wedding | Read more
Prince Harry married Meghan Markle in a ceremony that proved a fitting mix of the traditional and the unconventional, merging British tradition with American music and accents. The Prince and his beaming bride exchanged vows in front of 600 guests in St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. But the BBC estimated the global audience would reach as many as 1.9 billion people. This is how the world's media reacted to the royal wedding. The Sunday Telegraph The Sunday Telegraph The Observer 'Two people fell in love and we all showed up' The Observer The Mail on Sunday Harry ever after! The Mail on Sunday The Sunday Times 'Two people fell in love and we all showed up' The Sunday Times The Sunday People The Perfect Kiss Sunday People The Sun on Sunday Kisstory - Harry and Meg's historic change for monarchy The Sun on Sunday The Sunday Mirror Harry and glorious Sunday Mirror The Sunday Express So in love Sunday Express The Daily Star Sunday Harry and Meghan make kisstory Daily Star Sunday The i The happy couple The i weekend The Independent Special relationship: An American feminist actor joins the Windsors The Independent The Sunday Mail Harry beams and Meghan sparkles Sunday Mail The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) True love's kiss The Sunday Telegraph Credit: Getty Images The Sun-Herald (Sydney) Power of love The Sun-Herald Credit: Getty Images The Sunday Mail (Queensland) Modern love Sunday Mail The New York Daily News They do royal weddings. We do schoolkids' funerals New York Daily News New York Post Palace coo - American beauty storms UK, captures hearts New York Post Le Dauphiné libéré (Grenoble) Un "oui" princier - A princely yes Le Dauphiné libéré Der Tagesspiegel (Berlin) The power of love Der Tagesspiegel La Vanguardia (Barcelona) A real wedding to break moulds La Vanguardia The Herald on Sunday (Auckland) Jewel in the crown The Herald on Sunday Khaleej Times (Dubai) Dubai lives the royal wedding Khaleej Times How America watched the wedding Martin Luther King's daughter expressed her delight at the use of the civil rights activist's words in the royal wedding ceremony on Saturday. Bernice King tweeted: "Your life, teachings and words still matter so much, Daddy. Congrats, Harry and Meghan". Elsewhere across the US, royal fans gathered in the early hours to celebrate the historic occasion. More than 100 pupils turned out at Immaculate Heart High School in Los Angeles, Meghan Markle’s former school, to watch her marriage to Prince Harry. There was a collective gasp in the auditorium at 4am local time, as they got their first glimpse of the bride. People in Los Angeles, Ms Markle's home town, cheer during a watching party at the Cat & Fiddle pub in Hollywood Credit: Reuters Many of the girls attended the watch party with their parents. Annemarie Sauer Hale, whose daughter Michaela attends the school, was a little surprised by the dress. “It was a little more conservative than I expected but she looked radiant,” she said. “And then the tiara that the queen let her borrow and the veil that went on for days. It was lovely, it was beautiful.” Our picture editors' 20 favourite images of the Royal wedding Mother Carol Dance said the school fosters a strong sense of sisterhood and independence. “They make empowered women here, it’s really nice to see a woman of strength being able to use her position to further her own causes. And it’s obvious that her husband is really charmed by that power too,” she said. My very best wishes to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on their wedding day. To all of those joining the national celebration with street parties and other events, have a wonderful day. #RoyalWedding— Theresa May (@theresa_may) May 19, 2018 “I think it’s a good step forward and globalisation of the world and this kind of ‘one love’ feeling which they talked about in the sermon,” Mother Stacey Johnson said. The young girls are excited to watch Meghan, as she takes on her new role in Kensington Palace. “She’s the only person of colour that’s in the entire royal family,” said Marigrace Carrasco, a 15-year-old student. “It’s crazy to think that you don’t have to fit in a certain box to make change in the world. She has all this global influence. I believe her a lot, I put my trust in her.” Guests toast at a Viewing Party at New York's Plaza Hotel Credit: Getty Scores of well-wishers descended on the British-themed The Cat And Fiddle pub in Hollywood, celebrating Ms Markle's local connection. Immaculate Heart students praise non-traditional royal wedding of alum Meghan Markle https://t.co/MMJlyVV49Wpic.twitter.com/AhZyuBi00P— Los Angeles Times (@latimes) May 19, 2018 The Chicago Tribune also found a local angle to the nuptials. It headlined its coverage: “Northwestern grad Meghan Markle marries Prince Harry in historic, star-studded ceremony at Windsor Castle.” Royalists watch on at Kanata Sports Club in Ottawa, Canada Credit: Bloomberg Harvey Young, Ms Markle's Drama professor at Chicago's Northwestern University, praised her choice of service. "Meghan has written about her mother being misrepresented as a nanny. When Meghan talks about celebrating who she is as a woman it's to celebrate her blackness as well as her whiteness," he said And speaking of diplomacy,Harry’s amazing bride Megan did an internship at @USEmbArgentina.You can apply for a @StateDept internship at https://t.co/15LFveTgcJ - sorry, internship doesn’t come with a #RoyalWedding! 2/2— Laura Kennedy (@AmbKennedy_ret) May 19, 2018 "That service is one that brings together everyone. I think you saw Black virtuosity on display, it's wonderful, extraordinary. Meghan should be proud of the ceremony." Deborah Cohen, a history professor, added somewhat caustically: “It’s the longest-running reality show with an endless replenishing set of characters. Meghan represents another stage of it.” Bill de Blasio, the New York Mayor tweeted his support for the young couple, alongside his wife: Congrats, Meghan and Harry! Keep doing things your way. Britain will never be the same – and that's a good thing. https://t.co/4UYiOCaarN— Bill de Blasio (@NYCMayor) May 19, 2018 The Los Angeles Times was taken with the “pomp and pageantry” of the occasion and the personal aside from Prince Harry when he told his bride. “You look amazing.” It was, the paper continued: “a tradition imbued ceremony” seen by millions worldwide. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle during their wedding at St George's Chapel Credit: Dominic Lipinski/PA “In an eclectic and evocative wedding service that blended the stylings of a gospel choir with a soprano's classical rendition of Handel, the two — gazing into one another's eyes and smiling — were pronounced man and wife in the gothic St. George's Chapel within the walls of Windsor Castle, a millennium-old seat of British royalty.” The New York Post, one of the city’s tabloids, joyfully announced “Meghan Markle is now a royal”. It continued: “The American ‘Suits’ actress, 36, tied the knot with Prince Harry in a wedding ceremony at London’s St. George’s chapel at Windsor Castle on Saturday attended by the royal family as well as celebrity pals including Oprah Winfrey, George and Amal Clooney, Serena Williams, James Corden and Priyanka Chopra.” The New York Times said that Meghan Markle was in the span of an hour “transformed from a Ms. to Duchess.” For the New York Daily News, the ceremony was “emotional.” It added : “Prince Harry has officially settled down with American actress Meghan Markle after a touching ceremony held at St. George's Chapel on the Windsor Castle grounds. Canada Justin Trudeau, the Prime Minister of Canada, where Ms Markle lived for the past seven years while filming for the legal drama Suits, sent his congratulations to the royals. He announced that the country would donate $50,000 to a children's charity to mark the occasion. "To celebrate their union, Canada will donate 50,000 dollars to Jumpstart, a Canadian charity dedicated to making play and sports more accessible to children from disadvantaged backgrounds. Since 2005, Jumpstart has helped more than 1.6 million children of all abilities get out on the field and be part of a team. "Sophie and I congratulate the newlyweds on behalf of the Government of Canada. We wish Their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Sussex a lifetime of happiness, and all the best as they start this new chapter together. We look forward to welcoming them on a future visit to Canada," he said. Britain's Prince Harryspeaks with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during a reception in April 2018 Credit: Matt Dunham/AP South Africa Nearly 5,600 miles away from Windsor, in South Africa, organisers of a party for up to 5,000 people arranged champagne, Union flag cupcakes and even bagpipe players. Lize Millward, manager at 1Fox in Johannesburg, said: "People seem to like them because Harry is a really down-to-earth person, no chip on his shoulder, and Meghan, being an actress, people have seen her on TV and are interested in her." A couple dressed as Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan Markle kiss during a group photograph at a party in Durban, South Africa Credit: ROGAN WARD/Reuters Russia In the Russian capital there was applause at St Andrew's Anglican Church as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were declared husband and wife by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby. Rev Canon Malcolm Rogers, St Andrew's Chaplain, said around 200 people of different nationalities, roughly two thirds of them Russian, were at the church less than a mile from the Kremlin. "The talk (by Rev Michael Curry) received applause - and people were a bit amused by how the congregation looked during the address," he said. "In the current tensions, especially here in Moscow, it is a great thing to bring us together - perhaps an example of the power of love spoken about by the preacher." Royal wedding | Read more
Royal wedding front pages from around the world: 'Two people fell in love and we all showed up'
Prince Harry married Meghan Markle in a ceremony that proved a fitting mix of the traditional and the unconventional, merging British tradition with American music and accents. The Prince and his beaming bride exchanged vows in front of 600 guests in St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. But the BBC estimated the global audience would reach as many as 1.9 billion people. This is how the world's media reacted to the royal wedding. The Sunday Telegraph The Sunday Telegraph The Observer 'Two people fell in love and we all showed up' The Observer The Mail on Sunday Harry ever after! The Mail on Sunday The Sunday Times 'Two people fell in love and we all showed up' The Sunday Times The Sunday People The Perfect Kiss Sunday People The Sun on Sunday Kisstory - Harry and Meg's historic change for monarchy The Sun on Sunday The Sunday Mirror Harry and glorious Sunday Mirror The Sunday Express So in love Sunday Express The Daily Star Sunday Harry and Meghan make kisstory Daily Star Sunday The i The happy couple The i weekend The Independent Special relationship: An American feminist actor joins the Windsors The Independent The Sunday Mail Harry beams and Meghan sparkles Sunday Mail The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) True love's kiss The Sunday Telegraph Credit: Getty Images The Sun-Herald (Sydney) Power of love The Sun-Herald Credit: Getty Images The Sunday Mail (Queensland) Modern love Sunday Mail The New York Daily News They do royal weddings. We do schoolkids' funerals New York Daily News New York Post Palace coo - American beauty storms UK, captures hearts New York Post Le Dauphiné libéré (Grenoble) Un "oui" princier - A princely yes Le Dauphiné libéré Der Tagesspiegel (Berlin) The power of love Der Tagesspiegel La Vanguardia (Barcelona) A real wedding to break moulds La Vanguardia The Herald on Sunday (Auckland) Jewel in the crown The Herald on Sunday Khaleej Times (Dubai) Dubai lives the royal wedding Khaleej Times How America watched the wedding Martin Luther King's daughter expressed her delight at the use of the civil rights activist's words in the royal wedding ceremony on Saturday. Bernice King tweeted: "Your life, teachings and words still matter so much, Daddy. Congrats, Harry and Meghan". Elsewhere across the US, royal fans gathered in the early hours to celebrate the historic occasion. More than 100 pupils turned out at Immaculate Heart High School in Los Angeles, Meghan Markle’s former school, to watch her marriage to Prince Harry. There was a collective gasp in the auditorium at 4am local time, as they got their first glimpse of the bride. People in Los Angeles, Ms Markle's home town, cheer during a watching party at the Cat & Fiddle pub in Hollywood Credit: Reuters Many of the girls attended the watch party with their parents. Annemarie Sauer Hale, whose daughter Michaela attends the school, was a little surprised by the dress. “It was a little more conservative than I expected but she looked radiant,” she said. “And then the tiara that the queen let her borrow and the veil that went on for days. It was lovely, it was beautiful.” Our picture editors' 20 favourite images of the Royal wedding Mother Carol Dance said the school fosters a strong sense of sisterhood and independence. “They make empowered women here, it’s really nice to see a woman of strength being able to use her position to further her own causes. And it’s obvious that her husband is really charmed by that power too,” she said. My very best wishes to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on their wedding day. To all of those joining the national celebration with street parties and other events, have a wonderful day. #RoyalWedding— Theresa May (@theresa_may) May 19, 2018 “I think it’s a good step forward and globalisation of the world and this kind of ‘one love’ feeling which they talked about in the sermon,” Mother Stacey Johnson said. The young girls are excited to watch Meghan, as she takes on her new role in Kensington Palace. “She’s the only person of colour that’s in the entire royal family,” said Marigrace Carrasco, a 15-year-old student. “It’s crazy to think that you don’t have to fit in a certain box to make change in the world. She has all this global influence. I believe her a lot, I put my trust in her.” Guests toast at a Viewing Party at New York's Plaza Hotel Credit: Getty Scores of well-wishers descended on the British-themed The Cat And Fiddle pub in Hollywood, celebrating Ms Markle's local connection. Immaculate Heart students praise non-traditional royal wedding of alum Meghan Markle https://t.co/MMJlyVV49Wpic.twitter.com/AhZyuBi00P— Los Angeles Times (@latimes) May 19, 2018 The Chicago Tribune also found a local angle to the nuptials. It headlined its coverage: “Northwestern grad Meghan Markle marries Prince Harry in historic, star-studded ceremony at Windsor Castle.” Royalists watch on at Kanata Sports Club in Ottawa, Canada Credit: Bloomberg Harvey Young, Ms Markle's Drama professor at Chicago's Northwestern University, praised her choice of service. "Meghan has written about her mother being misrepresented as a nanny. When Meghan talks about celebrating who she is as a woman it's to celebrate her blackness as well as her whiteness," he said And speaking of diplomacy,Harry’s amazing bride Megan did an internship at @USEmbArgentina.You can apply for a @StateDept internship at https://t.co/15LFveTgcJ - sorry, internship doesn’t come with a #RoyalWedding! 2/2— Laura Kennedy (@AmbKennedy_ret) May 19, 2018 "That service is one that brings together everyone. I think you saw Black virtuosity on display, it's wonderful, extraordinary. Meghan should be proud of the ceremony." Deborah Cohen, a history professor, added somewhat caustically: “It’s the longest-running reality show with an endless replenishing set of characters. Meghan represents another stage of it.” Bill de Blasio, the New York Mayor tweeted his support for the young couple, alongside his wife: Congrats, Meghan and Harry! Keep doing things your way. Britain will never be the same – and that's a good thing. https://t.co/4UYiOCaarN— Bill de Blasio (@NYCMayor) May 19, 2018 The Los Angeles Times was taken with the “pomp and pageantry” of the occasion and the personal aside from Prince Harry when he told his bride. “You look amazing.” It was, the paper continued: “a tradition imbued ceremony” seen by millions worldwide. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle during their wedding at St George's Chapel Credit: Dominic Lipinski/PA “In an eclectic and evocative wedding service that blended the stylings of a gospel choir with a soprano's classical rendition of Handel, the two — gazing into one another's eyes and smiling — were pronounced man and wife in the gothic St. George's Chapel within the walls of Windsor Castle, a millennium-old seat of British royalty.” The New York Post, one of the city’s tabloids, joyfully announced “Meghan Markle is now a royal”. It continued: “The American ‘Suits’ actress, 36, tied the knot with Prince Harry in a wedding ceremony at London’s St. George’s chapel at Windsor Castle on Saturday attended by the royal family as well as celebrity pals including Oprah Winfrey, George and Amal Clooney, Serena Williams, James Corden and Priyanka Chopra.” The New York Times said that Meghan Markle was in the span of an hour “transformed from a Ms. to Duchess.” For the New York Daily News, the ceremony was “emotional.” It added : “Prince Harry has officially settled down with American actress Meghan Markle after a touching ceremony held at St. George's Chapel on the Windsor Castle grounds. Canada Justin Trudeau, the Prime Minister of Canada, where Ms Markle lived for the past seven years while filming for the legal drama Suits, sent his congratulations to the royals. He announced that the country would donate $50,000 to a children's charity to mark the occasion. "To celebrate their union, Canada will donate 50,000 dollars to Jumpstart, a Canadian charity dedicated to making play and sports more accessible to children from disadvantaged backgrounds. Since 2005, Jumpstart has helped more than 1.6 million children of all abilities get out on the field and be part of a team. "Sophie and I congratulate the newlyweds on behalf of the Government of Canada. We wish Their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Sussex a lifetime of happiness, and all the best as they start this new chapter together. We look forward to welcoming them on a future visit to Canada," he said. Britain's Prince Harryspeaks with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during a reception in April 2018 Credit: Matt Dunham/AP South Africa Nearly 5,600 miles away from Windsor, in South Africa, organisers of a party for up to 5,000 people arranged champagne, Union flag cupcakes and even bagpipe players. Lize Millward, manager at 1Fox in Johannesburg, said: "People seem to like them because Harry is a really down-to-earth person, no chip on his shoulder, and Meghan, being an actress, people have seen her on TV and are interested in her." A couple dressed as Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan Markle kiss during a group photograph at a party in Durban, South Africa Credit: ROGAN WARD/Reuters Russia In the Russian capital there was applause at St Andrew's Anglican Church as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were declared husband and wife by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby. Rev Canon Malcolm Rogers, St Andrew's Chaplain, said around 200 people of different nationalities, roughly two thirds of them Russian, were at the church less than a mile from the Kremlin. "The talk (by Rev Michael Curry) received applause - and people were a bit amused by how the congregation looked during the address," he said. "In the current tensions, especially here in Moscow, it is a great thing to bring us together - perhaps an example of the power of love spoken about by the preacher." Royal wedding | Read more
Prince Harry married Meghan Markle in a ceremony that proved a fitting mix of the traditional and the unconventional, merging British tradition with American music and accents. The Prince and his beaming bride exchanged vows in front of 600 guests in St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. But the BBC estimated the global audience would reach as many as 1.9 billion people. This is how the world's media reacted to the royal wedding. The Sunday Telegraph The Sunday Telegraph The Observer 'Two people fell in love and we all showed up' The Observer The Mail on Sunday Harry ever after! The Mail on Sunday The Sunday Times 'Two people fell in love and we all showed up' The Sunday Times The Sunday People The Perfect Kiss Sunday People The Sun on Sunday Kisstory - Harry and Meg's historic change for monarchy The Sun on Sunday The Sunday Mirror Harry and glorious Sunday Mirror The Sunday Express So in love Sunday Express The Daily Star Sunday Harry and Meghan make kisstory Daily Star Sunday The i The happy couple The i weekend The Independent Special relationship: An American feminist actor joins the Windsors The Independent The Sunday Mail Harry beams and Meghan sparkles Sunday Mail The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) True love's kiss The Sunday Telegraph Credit: Getty Images The Sun-Herald (Sydney) Power of love The Sun-Herald Credit: Getty Images The Sunday Mail (Queensland) Modern love Sunday Mail The New York Daily News They do royal weddings. We do schoolkids' funerals New York Daily News New York Post Palace coo - American beauty storms UK, captures hearts New York Post Le Dauphiné libéré (Grenoble) Un "oui" princier - A princely yes Le Dauphiné libéré Der Tagesspiegel (Berlin) The power of love Der Tagesspiegel La Vanguardia (Barcelona) A real wedding to break moulds La Vanguardia The Herald on Sunday (Auckland) Jewel in the crown The Herald on Sunday Khaleej Times (Dubai) Dubai lives the royal wedding Khaleej Times How America watched the wedding Martin Luther King's daughter expressed her delight at the use of the civil rights activist's words in the royal wedding ceremony on Saturday. Bernice King tweeted: "Your life, teachings and words still matter so much, Daddy. Congrats, Harry and Meghan". Elsewhere across the US, royal fans gathered in the early hours to celebrate the historic occasion. More than 100 pupils turned out at Immaculate Heart High School in Los Angeles, Meghan Markle’s former school, to watch her marriage to Prince Harry. There was a collective gasp in the auditorium at 4am local time, as they got their first glimpse of the bride. People in Los Angeles, Ms Markle's home town, cheer during a watching party at the Cat & Fiddle pub in Hollywood Credit: Reuters Many of the girls attended the watch party with their parents. Annemarie Sauer Hale, whose daughter Michaela attends the school, was a little surprised by the dress. “It was a little more conservative than I expected but she looked radiant,” she said. “And then the tiara that the queen let her borrow and the veil that went on for days. It was lovely, it was beautiful.” Our picture editors' 20 favourite images of the Royal wedding Mother Carol Dance said the school fosters a strong sense of sisterhood and independence. “They make empowered women here, it’s really nice to see a woman of strength being able to use her position to further her own causes. And it’s obvious that her husband is really charmed by that power too,” she said. My very best wishes to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on their wedding day. To all of those joining the national celebration with street parties and other events, have a wonderful day. #RoyalWedding— Theresa May (@theresa_may) May 19, 2018 “I think it’s a good step forward and globalisation of the world and this kind of ‘one love’ feeling which they talked about in the sermon,” Mother Stacey Johnson said. The young girls are excited to watch Meghan, as she takes on her new role in Kensington Palace. “She’s the only person of colour that’s in the entire royal family,” said Marigrace Carrasco, a 15-year-old student. “It’s crazy to think that you don’t have to fit in a certain box to make change in the world. She has all this global influence. I believe her a lot, I put my trust in her.” Guests toast at a Viewing Party at New York's Plaza Hotel Credit: Getty Scores of well-wishers descended on the British-themed The Cat And Fiddle pub in Hollywood, celebrating Ms Markle's local connection. Immaculate Heart students praise non-traditional royal wedding of alum Meghan Markle https://t.co/MMJlyVV49Wpic.twitter.com/AhZyuBi00P— Los Angeles Times (@latimes) May 19, 2018 The Chicago Tribune also found a local angle to the nuptials. It headlined its coverage: “Northwestern grad Meghan Markle marries Prince Harry in historic, star-studded ceremony at Windsor Castle.” Royalists watch on at Kanata Sports Club in Ottawa, Canada Credit: Bloomberg Harvey Young, Ms Markle's Drama professor at Chicago's Northwestern University, praised her choice of service. "Meghan has written about her mother being misrepresented as a nanny. When Meghan talks about celebrating who she is as a woman it's to celebrate her blackness as well as her whiteness," he said And speaking of diplomacy,Harry’s amazing bride Megan did an internship at @USEmbArgentina.You can apply for a @StateDept internship at https://t.co/15LFveTgcJ - sorry, internship doesn’t come with a #RoyalWedding! 2/2— Laura Kennedy (@AmbKennedy_ret) May 19, 2018 "That service is one that brings together everyone. I think you saw Black virtuosity on display, it's wonderful, extraordinary. Meghan should be proud of the ceremony." Deborah Cohen, a history professor, added somewhat caustically: “It’s the longest-running reality show with an endless replenishing set of characters. Meghan represents another stage of it.” Bill de Blasio, the New York Mayor tweeted his support for the young couple, alongside his wife: Congrats, Meghan and Harry! Keep doing things your way. Britain will never be the same – and that's a good thing. https://t.co/4UYiOCaarN— Bill de Blasio (@NYCMayor) May 19, 2018 The Los Angeles Times was taken with the “pomp and pageantry” of the occasion and the personal aside from Prince Harry when he told his bride. “You look amazing.” It was, the paper continued: “a tradition imbued ceremony” seen by millions worldwide. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle during their wedding at St George's Chapel Credit: Dominic Lipinski/PA “In an eclectic and evocative wedding service that blended the stylings of a gospel choir with a soprano's classical rendition of Handel, the two — gazing into one another's eyes and smiling — were pronounced man and wife in the gothic St. George's Chapel within the walls of Windsor Castle, a millennium-old seat of British royalty.” The New York Post, one of the city’s tabloids, joyfully announced “Meghan Markle is now a royal”. It continued: “The American ‘Suits’ actress, 36, tied the knot with Prince Harry in a wedding ceremony at London’s St. George’s chapel at Windsor Castle on Saturday attended by the royal family as well as celebrity pals including Oprah Winfrey, George and Amal Clooney, Serena Williams, James Corden and Priyanka Chopra.” The New York Times said that Meghan Markle was in the span of an hour “transformed from a Ms. to Duchess.” For the New York Daily News, the ceremony was “emotional.” It added : “Prince Harry has officially settled down with American actress Meghan Markle after a touching ceremony held at St. George's Chapel on the Windsor Castle grounds. Canada Justin Trudeau, the Prime Minister of Canada, where Ms Markle lived for the past seven years while filming for the legal drama Suits, sent his congratulations to the royals. He announced that the country would donate $50,000 to a children's charity to mark the occasion. "To celebrate their union, Canada will donate 50,000 dollars to Jumpstart, a Canadian charity dedicated to making play and sports more accessible to children from disadvantaged backgrounds. Since 2005, Jumpstart has helped more than 1.6 million children of all abilities get out on the field and be part of a team. "Sophie and I congratulate the newlyweds on behalf of the Government of Canada. We wish Their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Sussex a lifetime of happiness, and all the best as they start this new chapter together. We look forward to welcoming them on a future visit to Canada," he said. Britain's Prince Harryspeaks with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during a reception in April 2018 Credit: Matt Dunham/AP South Africa Nearly 5,600 miles away from Windsor, in South Africa, organisers of a party for up to 5,000 people arranged champagne, Union flag cupcakes and even bagpipe players. Lize Millward, manager at 1Fox in Johannesburg, said: "People seem to like them because Harry is a really down-to-earth person, no chip on his shoulder, and Meghan, being an actress, people have seen her on TV and are interested in her." A couple dressed as Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan Markle kiss during a group photograph at a party in Durban, South Africa Credit: ROGAN WARD/Reuters Russia In the Russian capital there was applause at St Andrew's Anglican Church as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were declared husband and wife by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby. Rev Canon Malcolm Rogers, St Andrew's Chaplain, said around 200 people of different nationalities, roughly two thirds of them Russian, were at the church less than a mile from the Kremlin. "The talk (by Rev Michael Curry) received applause - and people were a bit amused by how the congregation looked during the address," he said. "In the current tensions, especially here in Moscow, it is a great thing to bring us together - perhaps an example of the power of love spoken about by the preacher." Royal wedding | Read more
Royal wedding front pages from around the world: 'Two people fell in love and we all showed up'
Prince Harry married Meghan Markle in a ceremony that proved a fitting mix of the traditional and the unconventional, merging British tradition with American music and accents. The Prince and his beaming bride exchanged vows in front of 600 guests in St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. But the BBC estimated the global audience would reach as many as 1.9 billion people. This is how the world's media reacted to the royal wedding. The Sunday Telegraph The Sunday Telegraph The Observer 'Two people fell in love and we all showed up' The Observer The Mail on Sunday Harry ever after! The Mail on Sunday The Sunday Times 'Two people fell in love and we all showed up' The Sunday Times The Sunday People The Perfect Kiss Sunday People The Sun on Sunday Kisstory - Harry and Meg's historic change for monarchy The Sun on Sunday The Sunday Mirror Harry and glorious Sunday Mirror The Sunday Express So in love Sunday Express The Daily Star Sunday Harry and Meghan make kisstory Daily Star Sunday The i The happy couple The i weekend The Independent Special relationship: An American feminist actor joins the Windsors The Independent The Sunday Mail Harry beams and Meghan sparkles Sunday Mail The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) True love's kiss The Sunday Telegraph Credit: Getty Images The Sun-Herald (Sydney) Power of love The Sun-Herald Credit: Getty Images The Sunday Mail (Queensland) Modern love Sunday Mail The New York Daily News They do royal weddings. We do schoolkids' funerals New York Daily News New York Post Palace coo - American beauty storms UK, captures hearts New York Post Le Dauphiné libéré (Grenoble) Un "oui" princier - A princely yes Le Dauphiné libéré Der Tagesspiegel (Berlin) The power of love Der Tagesspiegel La Vanguardia (Barcelona) A real wedding to break moulds La Vanguardia The Herald on Sunday (Auckland) Jewel in the crown The Herald on Sunday Khaleej Times (Dubai) Dubai lives the royal wedding Khaleej Times How America watched the wedding Martin Luther King's daughter expressed her delight at the use of the civil rights activist's words in the royal wedding ceremony on Saturday. Bernice King tweeted: "Your life, teachings and words still matter so much, Daddy. Congrats, Harry and Meghan". Elsewhere across the US, royal fans gathered in the early hours to celebrate the historic occasion. More than 100 pupils turned out at Immaculate Heart High School in Los Angeles, Meghan Markle’s former school, to watch her marriage to Prince Harry. There was a collective gasp in the auditorium at 4am local time, as they got their first glimpse of the bride. People in Los Angeles, Ms Markle's home town, cheer during a watching party at the Cat & Fiddle pub in Hollywood Credit: Reuters Many of the girls attended the watch party with their parents. Annemarie Sauer Hale, whose daughter Michaela attends the school, was a little surprised by the dress. “It was a little more conservative than I expected but she looked radiant,” she said. “And then the tiara that the queen let her borrow and the veil that went on for days. It was lovely, it was beautiful.” Our picture editors' 20 favourite images of the Royal wedding Mother Carol Dance said the school fosters a strong sense of sisterhood and independence. “They make empowered women here, it’s really nice to see a woman of strength being able to use her position to further her own causes. And it’s obvious that her husband is really charmed by that power too,” she said. My very best wishes to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on their wedding day. To all of those joining the national celebration with street parties and other events, have a wonderful day. #RoyalWedding— Theresa May (@theresa_may) May 19, 2018 “I think it’s a good step forward and globalisation of the world and this kind of ‘one love’ feeling which they talked about in the sermon,” Mother Stacey Johnson said. The young girls are excited to watch Meghan, as she takes on her new role in Kensington Palace. “She’s the only person of colour that’s in the entire royal family,” said Marigrace Carrasco, a 15-year-old student. “It’s crazy to think that you don’t have to fit in a certain box to make change in the world. She has all this global influence. I believe her a lot, I put my trust in her.” Guests toast at a Viewing Party at New York's Plaza Hotel Credit: Getty Scores of well-wishers descended on the British-themed The Cat And Fiddle pub in Hollywood, celebrating Ms Markle's local connection. Immaculate Heart students praise non-traditional royal wedding of alum Meghan Markle https://t.co/MMJlyVV49Wpic.twitter.com/AhZyuBi00P— Los Angeles Times (@latimes) May 19, 2018 The Chicago Tribune also found a local angle to the nuptials. It headlined its coverage: “Northwestern grad Meghan Markle marries Prince Harry in historic, star-studded ceremony at Windsor Castle.” Royalists watch on at Kanata Sports Club in Ottawa, Canada Credit: Bloomberg Harvey Young, Ms Markle's Drama professor at Chicago's Northwestern University, praised her choice of service. "Meghan has written about her mother being misrepresented as a nanny. When Meghan talks about celebrating who she is as a woman it's to celebrate her blackness as well as her whiteness," he said And speaking of diplomacy,Harry’s amazing bride Megan did an internship at @USEmbArgentina.You can apply for a @StateDept internship at https://t.co/15LFveTgcJ - sorry, internship doesn’t come with a #RoyalWedding! 2/2— Laura Kennedy (@AmbKennedy_ret) May 19, 2018 "That service is one that brings together everyone. I think you saw Black virtuosity on display, it's wonderful, extraordinary. Meghan should be proud of the ceremony." Deborah Cohen, a history professor, added somewhat caustically: “It’s the longest-running reality show with an endless replenishing set of characters. Meghan represents another stage of it.” Bill de Blasio, the New York Mayor tweeted his support for the young couple, alongside his wife: Congrats, Meghan and Harry! Keep doing things your way. Britain will never be the same – and that's a good thing. https://t.co/4UYiOCaarN— Bill de Blasio (@NYCMayor) May 19, 2018 The Los Angeles Times was taken with the “pomp and pageantry” of the occasion and the personal aside from Prince Harry when he told his bride. “You look amazing.” It was, the paper continued: “a tradition imbued ceremony” seen by millions worldwide. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle during their wedding at St George's Chapel Credit: Dominic Lipinski/PA “In an eclectic and evocative wedding service that blended the stylings of a gospel choir with a soprano's classical rendition of Handel, the two — gazing into one another's eyes and smiling — were pronounced man and wife in the gothic St. George's Chapel within the walls of Windsor Castle, a millennium-old seat of British royalty.” The New York Post, one of the city’s tabloids, joyfully announced “Meghan Markle is now a royal”. It continued: “The American ‘Suits’ actress, 36, tied the knot with Prince Harry in a wedding ceremony at London’s St. George’s chapel at Windsor Castle on Saturday attended by the royal family as well as celebrity pals including Oprah Winfrey, George and Amal Clooney, Serena Williams, James Corden and Priyanka Chopra.” The New York Times said that Meghan Markle was in the span of an hour “transformed from a Ms. to Duchess.” For the New York Daily News, the ceremony was “emotional.” It added : “Prince Harry has officially settled down with American actress Meghan Markle after a touching ceremony held at St. George's Chapel on the Windsor Castle grounds. Canada Justin Trudeau, the Prime Minister of Canada, where Ms Markle lived for the past seven years while filming for the legal drama Suits, sent his congratulations to the royals. He announced that the country would donate $50,000 to a children's charity to mark the occasion. "To celebrate their union, Canada will donate 50,000 dollars to Jumpstart, a Canadian charity dedicated to making play and sports more accessible to children from disadvantaged backgrounds. Since 2005, Jumpstart has helped more than 1.6 million children of all abilities get out on the field and be part of a team. "Sophie and I congratulate the newlyweds on behalf of the Government of Canada. We wish Their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Sussex a lifetime of happiness, and all the best as they start this new chapter together. We look forward to welcoming them on a future visit to Canada," he said. Britain's Prince Harryspeaks with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during a reception in April 2018 Credit: Matt Dunham/AP South Africa Nearly 5,600 miles away from Windsor, in South Africa, organisers of a party for up to 5,000 people arranged champagne, Union flag cupcakes and even bagpipe players. Lize Millward, manager at 1Fox in Johannesburg, said: "People seem to like them because Harry is a really down-to-earth person, no chip on his shoulder, and Meghan, being an actress, people have seen her on TV and are interested in her." A couple dressed as Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan Markle kiss during a group photograph at a party in Durban, South Africa Credit: ROGAN WARD/Reuters Russia In the Russian capital there was applause at St Andrew's Anglican Church as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were declared husband and wife by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby. Rev Canon Malcolm Rogers, St Andrew's Chaplain, said around 200 people of different nationalities, roughly two thirds of them Russian, were at the church less than a mile from the Kremlin. "The talk (by Rev Michael Curry) received applause - and people were a bit amused by how the congregation looked during the address," he said. "In the current tensions, especially here in Moscow, it is a great thing to bring us together - perhaps an example of the power of love spoken about by the preacher." Royal wedding | Read more
Prince Harry married Meghan Markle in a ceremony that proved a fitting mix of the traditional and the unconventional, merging British tradition with American music and accents. The Prince and his beaming bride exchanged vows in front of 600 guests in St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. But the BBC estimated the global audience would reach as many as 1.9 billion people. This is how the world's media reacted to the royal wedding. The Sunday Telegraph The Sunday Telegraph The Observer 'Two people fell in love and we all showed up' The Observer The Mail on Sunday Harry ever after! The Mail on Sunday The Sunday Times 'Two people fell in love and we all showed up' The Sunday Times The Sunday People The Perfect Kiss Sunday People The Sun on Sunday Kisstory - Harry and Meg's historic change for monarchy The Sun on Sunday The Sunday Mirror Harry and glorious Sunday Mirror The Sunday Express So in love Sunday Express The Daily Star Sunday Harry and Meghan make kisstory Daily Star Sunday The i The happy couple The i weekend The Independent Special relationship: An American feminist actor joins the Windsors The Independent The Sunday Mail Harry beams and Meghan sparkles Sunday Mail The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) True love's kiss The Sunday Telegraph Credit: Getty Images The Sun-Herald (Sydney) Power of love The Sun-Herald Credit: Getty Images The Sunday Mail (Queensland) Modern love Sunday Mail The New York Daily News They do royal weddings. We do schoolkids' funerals New York Daily News New York Post Palace coo - American beauty storms UK, captures hearts New York Post Le Dauphiné libéré (Grenoble) Un "oui" princier - A princely yes Le Dauphiné libéré Der Tagesspiegel (Berlin) The power of love Der Tagesspiegel La Vanguardia (Barcelona) A real wedding to break moulds La Vanguardia The Herald on Sunday (Auckland) Jewel in the crown The Herald on Sunday Khaleej Times (Dubai) Dubai lives the royal wedding Khaleej Times How America watched the wedding Martin Luther King's daughter expressed her delight at the use of the civil rights activist's words in the royal wedding ceremony on Saturday. Bernice King tweeted: "Your life, teachings and words still matter so much, Daddy. Congrats, Harry and Meghan". Elsewhere across the US, royal fans gathered in the early hours to celebrate the historic occasion. More than 100 pupils turned out at Immaculate Heart High School in Los Angeles, Meghan Markle’s former school, to watch her marriage to Prince Harry. There was a collective gasp in the auditorium at 4am local time, as they got their first glimpse of the bride. People in Los Angeles, Ms Markle's home town, cheer during a watching party at the Cat & Fiddle pub in Hollywood Credit: Reuters Many of the girls attended the watch party with their parents. Annemarie Sauer Hale, whose daughter Michaela attends the school, was a little surprised by the dress. “It was a little more conservative than I expected but she looked radiant,” she said. “And then the tiara that the queen let her borrow and the veil that went on for days. It was lovely, it was beautiful.” Our picture editors' 20 favourite images of the Royal wedding Mother Carol Dance said the school fosters a strong sense of sisterhood and independence. “They make empowered women here, it’s really nice to see a woman of strength being able to use her position to further her own causes. And it’s obvious that her husband is really charmed by that power too,” she said. My very best wishes to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on their wedding day. To all of those joining the national celebration with street parties and other events, have a wonderful day. #RoyalWedding— Theresa May (@theresa_may) May 19, 2018 “I think it’s a good step forward and globalisation of the world and this kind of ‘one love’ feeling which they talked about in the sermon,” Mother Stacey Johnson said. The young girls are excited to watch Meghan, as she takes on her new role in Kensington Palace. “She’s the only person of colour that’s in the entire royal family,” said Marigrace Carrasco, a 15-year-old student. “It’s crazy to think that you don’t have to fit in a certain box to make change in the world. She has all this global influence. I believe her a lot, I put my trust in her.” Guests toast at a Viewing Party at New York's Plaza Hotel Credit: Getty Scores of well-wishers descended on the British-themed The Cat And Fiddle pub in Hollywood, celebrating Ms Markle's local connection. Immaculate Heart students praise non-traditional royal wedding of alum Meghan Markle https://t.co/MMJlyVV49Wpic.twitter.com/AhZyuBi00P— Los Angeles Times (@latimes) May 19, 2018 The Chicago Tribune also found a local angle to the nuptials. It headlined its coverage: “Northwestern grad Meghan Markle marries Prince Harry in historic, star-studded ceremony at Windsor Castle.” Royalists watch on at Kanata Sports Club in Ottawa, Canada Credit: Bloomberg Harvey Young, Ms Markle's Drama professor at Chicago's Northwestern University, praised her choice of service. "Meghan has written about her mother being misrepresented as a nanny. When Meghan talks about celebrating who she is as a woman it's to celebrate her blackness as well as her whiteness," he said And speaking of diplomacy,Harry’s amazing bride Megan did an internship at @USEmbArgentina.You can apply for a @StateDept internship at https://t.co/15LFveTgcJ - sorry, internship doesn’t come with a #RoyalWedding! 2/2— Laura Kennedy (@AmbKennedy_ret) May 19, 2018 "That service is one that brings together everyone. I think you saw Black virtuosity on display, it's wonderful, extraordinary. Meghan should be proud of the ceremony." Deborah Cohen, a history professor, added somewhat caustically: “It’s the longest-running reality show with an endless replenishing set of characters. Meghan represents another stage of it.” Bill de Blasio, the New York Mayor tweeted his support for the young couple, alongside his wife: Congrats, Meghan and Harry! Keep doing things your way. Britain will never be the same – and that's a good thing. https://t.co/4UYiOCaarN— Bill de Blasio (@NYCMayor) May 19, 2018 The Los Angeles Times was taken with the “pomp and pageantry” of the occasion and the personal aside from Prince Harry when he told his bride. “You look amazing.” It was, the paper continued: “a tradition imbued ceremony” seen by millions worldwide. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle during their wedding at St George's Chapel Credit: Dominic Lipinski/PA “In an eclectic and evocative wedding service that blended the stylings of a gospel choir with a soprano's classical rendition of Handel, the two — gazing into one another's eyes and smiling — were pronounced man and wife in the gothic St. George's Chapel within the walls of Windsor Castle, a millennium-old seat of British royalty.” The New York Post, one of the city’s tabloids, joyfully announced “Meghan Markle is now a royal”. It continued: “The American ‘Suits’ actress, 36, tied the knot with Prince Harry in a wedding ceremony at London’s St. George’s chapel at Windsor Castle on Saturday attended by the royal family as well as celebrity pals including Oprah Winfrey, George and Amal Clooney, Serena Williams, James Corden and Priyanka Chopra.” The New York Times said that Meghan Markle was in the span of an hour “transformed from a Ms. to Duchess.” For the New York Daily News, the ceremony was “emotional.” It added : “Prince Harry has officially settled down with American actress Meghan Markle after a touching ceremony held at St. George's Chapel on the Windsor Castle grounds. Canada Justin Trudeau, the Prime Minister of Canada, where Ms Markle lived for the past seven years while filming for the legal drama Suits, sent his congratulations to the royals. He announced that the country would donate $50,000 to a children's charity to mark the occasion. "To celebrate their union, Canada will donate 50,000 dollars to Jumpstart, a Canadian charity dedicated to making play and sports more accessible to children from disadvantaged backgrounds. Since 2005, Jumpstart has helped more than 1.6 million children of all abilities get out on the field and be part of a team. "Sophie and I congratulate the newlyweds on behalf of the Government of Canada. We wish Their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Sussex a lifetime of happiness, and all the best as they start this new chapter together. We look forward to welcoming them on a future visit to Canada," he said. Britain's Prince Harryspeaks with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during a reception in April 2018 Credit: Matt Dunham/AP South Africa Nearly 5,600 miles away from Windsor, in South Africa, organisers of a party for up to 5,000 people arranged champagne, Union flag cupcakes and even bagpipe players. Lize Millward, manager at 1Fox in Johannesburg, said: "People seem to like them because Harry is a really down-to-earth person, no chip on his shoulder, and Meghan, being an actress, people have seen her on TV and are interested in her." A couple dressed as Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan Markle kiss during a group photograph at a party in Durban, South Africa Credit: ROGAN WARD/Reuters Russia In the Russian capital there was applause at St Andrew's Anglican Church as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were declared husband and wife by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby. Rev Canon Malcolm Rogers, St Andrew's Chaplain, said around 200 people of different nationalities, roughly two thirds of them Russian, were at the church less than a mile from the Kremlin. "The talk (by Rev Michael Curry) received applause - and people were a bit amused by how the congregation looked during the address," he said. "In the current tensions, especially here in Moscow, it is a great thing to bring us together - perhaps an example of the power of love spoken about by the preacher." Royal wedding | Read more
Royal wedding front pages from around the world: 'Two people fell in love and we all showed up'
Prince Harry married Meghan Markle in a ceremony that proved a fitting mix of the traditional and the unconventional, merging British tradition with American music and accents. The Prince and his beaming bride exchanged vows in front of 600 guests in St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. But the BBC estimated the global audience would reach as many as 1.9 billion people. This is how the world's media reacted to the royal wedding. The Sunday Telegraph The Sunday Telegraph The Observer 'Two people fell in love and we all showed up' The Observer The Mail on Sunday Harry ever after! The Mail on Sunday The Sunday Times 'Two people fell in love and we all showed up' The Sunday Times The Sunday People The Perfect Kiss Sunday People The Sun on Sunday Kisstory - Harry and Meg's historic change for monarchy The Sun on Sunday The Sunday Mirror Harry and glorious Sunday Mirror The Sunday Express So in love Sunday Express The Daily Star Sunday Harry and Meghan make kisstory Daily Star Sunday The i The happy couple The i weekend The Independent Special relationship: An American feminist actor joins the Windsors The Independent The Sunday Mail Harry beams and Meghan sparkles Sunday Mail The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) True love's kiss The Sunday Telegraph Credit: Getty Images The Sun-Herald (Sydney) Power of love The Sun-Herald Credit: Getty Images The Sunday Mail (Queensland) Modern love Sunday Mail The New York Daily News They do royal weddings. We do schoolkids' funerals New York Daily News New York Post Palace coo - American beauty storms UK, captures hearts New York Post Le Dauphiné libéré (Grenoble) Un "oui" princier - A princely yes Le Dauphiné libéré Der Tagesspiegel (Berlin) The power of love Der Tagesspiegel La Vanguardia (Barcelona) A real wedding to break moulds La Vanguardia The Herald on Sunday (Auckland) Jewel in the crown The Herald on Sunday Khaleej Times (Dubai) Dubai lives the royal wedding Khaleej Times How America watched the wedding Martin Luther King's daughter expressed her delight at the use of the civil rights activist's words in the royal wedding ceremony on Saturday. Bernice King tweeted: "Your life, teachings and words still matter so much, Daddy. Congrats, Harry and Meghan". Elsewhere across the US, royal fans gathered in the early hours to celebrate the historic occasion. More than 100 pupils turned out at Immaculate Heart High School in Los Angeles, Meghan Markle’s former school, to watch her marriage to Prince Harry. There was a collective gasp in the auditorium at 4am local time, as they got their first glimpse of the bride. People in Los Angeles, Ms Markle's home town, cheer during a watching party at the Cat & Fiddle pub in Hollywood Credit: Reuters Many of the girls attended the watch party with their parents. Annemarie Sauer Hale, whose daughter Michaela attends the school, was a little surprised by the dress. “It was a little more conservative than I expected but she looked radiant,” she said. “And then the tiara that the queen let her borrow and the veil that went on for days. It was lovely, it was beautiful.” Our picture editors' 20 favourite images of the Royal wedding Mother Carol Dance said the school fosters a strong sense of sisterhood and independence. “They make empowered women here, it’s really nice to see a woman of strength being able to use her position to further her own causes. And it’s obvious that her husband is really charmed by that power too,” she said. My very best wishes to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on their wedding day. To all of those joining the national celebration with street parties and other events, have a wonderful day. #RoyalWedding— Theresa May (@theresa_may) May 19, 2018 “I think it’s a good step forward and globalisation of the world and this kind of ‘one love’ feeling which they talked about in the sermon,” Mother Stacey Johnson said. The young girls are excited to watch Meghan, as she takes on her new role in Kensington Palace. “She’s the only person of colour that’s in the entire royal family,” said Marigrace Carrasco, a 15-year-old student. “It’s crazy to think that you don’t have to fit in a certain box to make change in the world. She has all this global influence. I believe her a lot, I put my trust in her.” Guests toast at a Viewing Party at New York's Plaza Hotel Credit: Getty Scores of well-wishers descended on the British-themed The Cat And Fiddle pub in Hollywood, celebrating Ms Markle's local connection. Immaculate Heart students praise non-traditional royal wedding of alum Meghan Markle https://t.co/MMJlyVV49Wpic.twitter.com/AhZyuBi00P— Los Angeles Times (@latimes) May 19, 2018 The Chicago Tribune also found a local angle to the nuptials. It headlined its coverage: “Northwestern grad Meghan Markle marries Prince Harry in historic, star-studded ceremony at Windsor Castle.” Royalists watch on at Kanata Sports Club in Ottawa, Canada Credit: Bloomberg Harvey Young, Ms Markle's Drama professor at Chicago's Northwestern University, praised her choice of service. "Meghan has written about her mother being misrepresented as a nanny. When Meghan talks about celebrating who she is as a woman it's to celebrate her blackness as well as her whiteness," he said And speaking of diplomacy,Harry’s amazing bride Megan did an internship at @USEmbArgentina.You can apply for a @StateDept internship at https://t.co/15LFveTgcJ - sorry, internship doesn’t come with a #RoyalWedding! 2/2— Laura Kennedy (@AmbKennedy_ret) May 19, 2018 "That service is one that brings together everyone. I think you saw Black virtuosity on display, it's wonderful, extraordinary. Meghan should be proud of the ceremony." Deborah Cohen, a history professor, added somewhat caustically: “It’s the longest-running reality show with an endless replenishing set of characters. Meghan represents another stage of it.” Bill de Blasio, the New York Mayor tweeted his support for the young couple, alongside his wife: Congrats, Meghan and Harry! Keep doing things your way. Britain will never be the same – and that's a good thing. https://t.co/4UYiOCaarN— Bill de Blasio (@NYCMayor) May 19, 2018 The Los Angeles Times was taken with the “pomp and pageantry” of the occasion and the personal aside from Prince Harry when he told his bride. “You look amazing.” It was, the paper continued: “a tradition imbued ceremony” seen by millions worldwide. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle during their wedding at St George's Chapel Credit: Dominic Lipinski/PA “In an eclectic and evocative wedding service that blended the stylings of a gospel choir with a soprano's classical rendition of Handel, the two — gazing into one another's eyes and smiling — were pronounced man and wife in the gothic St. George's Chapel within the walls of Windsor Castle, a millennium-old seat of British royalty.” The New York Post, one of the city’s tabloids, joyfully announced “Meghan Markle is now a royal”. It continued: “The American ‘Suits’ actress, 36, tied the knot with Prince Harry in a wedding ceremony at London’s St. George’s chapel at Windsor Castle on Saturday attended by the royal family as well as celebrity pals including Oprah Winfrey, George and Amal Clooney, Serena Williams, James Corden and Priyanka Chopra.” The New York Times said that Meghan Markle was in the span of an hour “transformed from a Ms. to Duchess.” For the New York Daily News, the ceremony was “emotional.” It added : “Prince Harry has officially settled down with American actress Meghan Markle after a touching ceremony held at St. George's Chapel on the Windsor Castle grounds. Canada Justin Trudeau, the Prime Minister of Canada, where Ms Markle lived for the past seven years while filming for the legal drama Suits, sent his congratulations to the royals. He announced that the country would donate $50,000 to a children's charity to mark the occasion. "To celebrate their union, Canada will donate 50,000 dollars to Jumpstart, a Canadian charity dedicated to making play and sports more accessible to children from disadvantaged backgrounds. Since 2005, Jumpstart has helped more than 1.6 million children of all abilities get out on the field and be part of a team. "Sophie and I congratulate the newlyweds on behalf of the Government of Canada. We wish Their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Sussex a lifetime of happiness, and all the best as they start this new chapter together. We look forward to welcoming them on a future visit to Canada," he said. Britain's Prince Harryspeaks with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during a reception in April 2018 Credit: Matt Dunham/AP South Africa Nearly 5,600 miles away from Windsor, in South Africa, organisers of a party for up to 5,000 people arranged champagne, Union flag cupcakes and even bagpipe players. Lize Millward, manager at 1Fox in Johannesburg, said: "People seem to like them because Harry is a really down-to-earth person, no chip on his shoulder, and Meghan, being an actress, people have seen her on TV and are interested in her." A couple dressed as Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan Markle kiss during a group photograph at a party in Durban, South Africa Credit: ROGAN WARD/Reuters Russia In the Russian capital there was applause at St Andrew's Anglican Church as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were declared husband and wife by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby. Rev Canon Malcolm Rogers, St Andrew's Chaplain, said around 200 people of different nationalities, roughly two thirds of them Russian, were at the church less than a mile from the Kremlin. "The talk (by Rev Michael Curry) received applause - and people were a bit amused by how the congregation looked during the address," he said. "In the current tensions, especially here in Moscow, it is a great thing to bring us together - perhaps an example of the power of love spoken about by the preacher." Royal wedding | Read more
Prince Harry married Meghan Markle in a ceremony that proved a fitting mix of the traditional and the unconventional, merging British tradition with American music and accents. The Prince and his beaming bride exchanged vows in front of 600 guests in St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. But the BBC estimated the global audience would reach as many as 1.9 billion people. This is how the world's media reacted to the royal wedding. The Sunday Telegraph The Sunday Telegraph The Observer 'Two people fell in love and we all showed up' The Observer The Mail on Sunday Harry ever after! The Mail on Sunday The Sunday Times 'Two people fell in love and we all showed up' The Sunday Times The Sunday People The Perfect Kiss Sunday People The Sun on Sunday Kisstory - Harry and Meg's historic change for monarchy The Sun on Sunday The Sunday Mirror Harry and glorious Sunday Mirror The Sunday Express So in love Sunday Express The Daily Star Sunday Harry and Meghan make kisstory Daily Star Sunday The i The happy couple The i weekend The Independent Special relationship: An American feminist actor joins the Windsors The Independent The Sunday Mail Harry beams and Meghan sparkles Sunday Mail The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) True love's kiss The Sunday Telegraph Credit: Getty Images The Sun-Herald (Sydney) Power of love The Sun-Herald Credit: Getty Images The Sunday Mail (Queensland) Modern love Sunday Mail The New York Daily News They do royal weddings. We do schoolkids' funerals New York Daily News New York Post Palace coo - American beauty storms UK, captures hearts New York Post Le Dauphiné libéré (Grenoble) Un "oui" princier - A princely yes Le Dauphiné libéré Der Tagesspiegel (Berlin) The power of love Der Tagesspiegel La Vanguardia (Barcelona) A real wedding to break moulds La Vanguardia The Herald on Sunday (Auckland) Jewel in the crown The Herald on Sunday Khaleej Times (Dubai) Dubai lives the royal wedding Khaleej Times How America watched the wedding Martin Luther King's daughter expressed her delight at the use of the civil rights activist's words in the royal wedding ceremony on Saturday. Bernice King tweeted: "Your life, teachings and words still matter so much, Daddy. Congrats, Harry and Meghan". Elsewhere across the US, royal fans gathered in the early hours to celebrate the historic occasion. More than 100 pupils turned out at Immaculate Heart High School in Los Angeles, Meghan Markle’s former school, to watch her marriage to Prince Harry. There was a collective gasp in the auditorium at 4am local time, as they got their first glimpse of the bride. People in Los Angeles, Ms Markle's home town, cheer during a watching party at the Cat & Fiddle pub in Hollywood Credit: Reuters Many of the girls attended the watch party with their parents. Annemarie Sauer Hale, whose daughter Michaela attends the school, was a little surprised by the dress. “It was a little more conservative than I expected but she looked radiant,” she said. “And then the tiara that the queen let her borrow and the veil that went on for days. It was lovely, it was beautiful.” Our picture editors' 20 favourite images of the Royal wedding Mother Carol Dance said the school fosters a strong sense of sisterhood and independence. “They make empowered women here, it’s really nice to see a woman of strength being able to use her position to further her own causes. And it’s obvious that her husband is really charmed by that power too,” she said. My very best wishes to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on their wedding day. To all of those joining the national celebration with street parties and other events, have a wonderful day. #RoyalWedding— Theresa May (@theresa_may) May 19, 2018 “I think it’s a good step forward and globalisation of the world and this kind of ‘one love’ feeling which they talked about in the sermon,” Mother Stacey Johnson said. The young girls are excited to watch Meghan, as she takes on her new role in Kensington Palace. “She’s the only person of colour that’s in the entire royal family,” said Marigrace Carrasco, a 15-year-old student. “It’s crazy to think that you don’t have to fit in a certain box to make change in the world. She has all this global influence. I believe her a lot, I put my trust in her.” Guests toast at a Viewing Party at New York's Plaza Hotel Credit: Getty Scores of well-wishers descended on the British-themed The Cat And Fiddle pub in Hollywood, celebrating Ms Markle's local connection. Immaculate Heart students praise non-traditional royal wedding of alum Meghan Markle https://t.co/MMJlyVV49Wpic.twitter.com/AhZyuBi00P— Los Angeles Times (@latimes) May 19, 2018 The Chicago Tribune also found a local angle to the nuptials. It headlined its coverage: “Northwestern grad Meghan Markle marries Prince Harry in historic, star-studded ceremony at Windsor Castle.” Royalists watch on at Kanata Sports Club in Ottawa, Canada Credit: Bloomberg Harvey Young, Ms Markle's Drama professor at Chicago's Northwestern University, praised her choice of service. "Meghan has written about her mother being misrepresented as a nanny. When Meghan talks about celebrating who she is as a woman it's to celebrate her blackness as well as her whiteness," he said And speaking of diplomacy,Harry’s amazing bride Megan did an internship at @USEmbArgentina.You can apply for a @StateDept internship at https://t.co/15LFveTgcJ - sorry, internship doesn’t come with a #RoyalWedding! 2/2— Laura Kennedy (@AmbKennedy_ret) May 19, 2018 "That service is one that brings together everyone. I think you saw Black virtuosity on display, it's wonderful, extraordinary. Meghan should be proud of the ceremony." Deborah Cohen, a history professor, added somewhat caustically: “It’s the longest-running reality show with an endless replenishing set of characters. Meghan represents another stage of it.” Bill de Blasio, the New York Mayor tweeted his support for the young couple, alongside his wife: Congrats, Meghan and Harry! Keep doing things your way. Britain will never be the same – and that's a good thing. https://t.co/4UYiOCaarN— Bill de Blasio (@NYCMayor) May 19, 2018 The Los Angeles Times was taken with the “pomp and pageantry” of the occasion and the personal aside from Prince Harry when he told his bride. “You look amazing.” It was, the paper continued: “a tradition imbued ceremony” seen by millions worldwide. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle during their wedding at St George's Chapel Credit: Dominic Lipinski/PA “In an eclectic and evocative wedding service that blended the stylings of a gospel choir with a soprano's classical rendition of Handel, the two — gazing into one another's eyes and smiling — were pronounced man and wife in the gothic St. George's Chapel within the walls of Windsor Castle, a millennium-old seat of British royalty.” The New York Post, one of the city’s tabloids, joyfully announced “Meghan Markle is now a royal”. It continued: “The American ‘Suits’ actress, 36, tied the knot with Prince Harry in a wedding ceremony at London’s St. George’s chapel at Windsor Castle on Saturday attended by the royal family as well as celebrity pals including Oprah Winfrey, George and Amal Clooney, Serena Williams, James Corden and Priyanka Chopra.” The New York Times said that Meghan Markle was in the span of an hour “transformed from a Ms. to Duchess.” For the New York Daily News, the ceremony was “emotional.” It added : “Prince Harry has officially settled down with American actress Meghan Markle after a touching ceremony held at St. George's Chapel on the Windsor Castle grounds. Canada Justin Trudeau, the Prime Minister of Canada, where Ms Markle lived for the past seven years while filming for the legal drama Suits, sent his congratulations to the royals. He announced that the country would donate $50,000 to a children's charity to mark the occasion. "To celebrate their union, Canada will donate 50,000 dollars to Jumpstart, a Canadian charity dedicated to making play and sports more accessible to children from disadvantaged backgrounds. Since 2005, Jumpstart has helped more than 1.6 million children of all abilities get out on the field and be part of a team. "Sophie and I congratulate the newlyweds on behalf of the Government of Canada. We wish Their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Sussex a lifetime of happiness, and all the best as they start this new chapter together. We look forward to welcoming them on a future visit to Canada," he said. Britain's Prince Harryspeaks with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during a reception in April 2018 Credit: Matt Dunham/AP South Africa Nearly 5,600 miles away from Windsor, in South Africa, organisers of a party for up to 5,000 people arranged champagne, Union flag cupcakes and even bagpipe players. Lize Millward, manager at 1Fox in Johannesburg, said: "People seem to like them because Harry is a really down-to-earth person, no chip on his shoulder, and Meghan, being an actress, people have seen her on TV and are interested in her." A couple dressed as Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan Markle kiss during a group photograph at a party in Durban, South Africa Credit: ROGAN WARD/Reuters Russia In the Russian capital there was applause at St Andrew's Anglican Church as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were declared husband and wife by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby. Rev Canon Malcolm Rogers, St Andrew's Chaplain, said around 200 people of different nationalities, roughly two thirds of them Russian, were at the church less than a mile from the Kremlin. "The talk (by Rev Michael Curry) received applause - and people were a bit amused by how the congregation looked during the address," he said. "In the current tensions, especially here in Moscow, it is a great thing to bring us together - perhaps an example of the power of love spoken about by the preacher." Royal wedding | Read more
Royal wedding front pages from around the world: 'Two people fell in love and we all showed up'
Prince Harry married Meghan Markle in a ceremony that proved a fitting mix of the traditional and the unconventional, merging British tradition with American music and accents. The Prince and his beaming bride exchanged vows in front of 600 guests in St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. But the BBC estimated the global audience would reach as many as 1.9 billion people. This is how the world's media reacted to the royal wedding. The Sunday Telegraph The Sunday Telegraph The Observer 'Two people fell in love and we all showed up' The Observer The Mail on Sunday Harry ever after! The Mail on Sunday The Sunday Times 'Two people fell in love and we all showed up' The Sunday Times The Sunday People The Perfect Kiss Sunday People The Sun on Sunday Kisstory - Harry and Meg's historic change for monarchy The Sun on Sunday The Sunday Mirror Harry and glorious Sunday Mirror The Sunday Express So in love Sunday Express The Daily Star Sunday Harry and Meghan make kisstory Daily Star Sunday The i The happy couple The i weekend The Independent Special relationship: An American feminist actor joins the Windsors The Independent The Sunday Mail Harry beams and Meghan sparkles Sunday Mail The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) True love's kiss The Sunday Telegraph Credit: Getty Images The Sun-Herald (Sydney) Power of love The Sun-Herald Credit: Getty Images The Sunday Mail (Queensland) Modern love Sunday Mail The New York Daily News They do royal weddings. We do schoolkids' funerals New York Daily News New York Post Palace coo - American beauty storms UK, captures hearts New York Post Le Dauphiné libéré (Grenoble) Un "oui" princier - A princely yes Le Dauphiné libéré Der Tagesspiegel (Berlin) The power of love Der Tagesspiegel La Vanguardia (Barcelona) A real wedding to break moulds La Vanguardia The Herald on Sunday (Auckland) Jewel in the crown The Herald on Sunday Khaleej Times (Dubai) Dubai lives the royal wedding Khaleej Times How America watched the wedding Martin Luther King's daughter expressed her delight at the use of the civil rights activist's words in the royal wedding ceremony on Saturday. Bernice King tweeted: "Your life, teachings and words still matter so much, Daddy. Congrats, Harry and Meghan". Elsewhere across the US, royal fans gathered in the early hours to celebrate the historic occasion. More than 100 pupils turned out at Immaculate Heart High School in Los Angeles, Meghan Markle’s former school, to watch her marriage to Prince Harry. There was a collective gasp in the auditorium at 4am local time, as they got their first glimpse of the bride. People in Los Angeles, Ms Markle's home town, cheer during a watching party at the Cat & Fiddle pub in Hollywood Credit: Reuters Many of the girls attended the watch party with their parents. Annemarie Sauer Hale, whose daughter Michaela attends the school, was a little surprised by the dress. “It was a little more conservative than I expected but she looked radiant,” she said. “And then the tiara that the queen let her borrow and the veil that went on for days. It was lovely, it was beautiful.” Our picture editors' 20 favourite images of the Royal wedding Mother Carol Dance said the school fosters a strong sense of sisterhood and independence. “They make empowered women here, it’s really nice to see a woman of strength being able to use her position to further her own causes. And it’s obvious that her husband is really charmed by that power too,” she said. My very best wishes to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on their wedding day. To all of those joining the national celebration with street parties and other events, have a wonderful day. #RoyalWedding— Theresa May (@theresa_may) May 19, 2018 “I think it’s a good step forward and globalisation of the world and this kind of ‘one love’ feeling which they talked about in the sermon,” Mother Stacey Johnson said. The young girls are excited to watch Meghan, as she takes on her new role in Kensington Palace. “She’s the only person of colour that’s in the entire royal family,” said Marigrace Carrasco, a 15-year-old student. “It’s crazy to think that you don’t have to fit in a certain box to make change in the world. She has all this global influence. I believe her a lot, I put my trust in her.” Guests toast at a Viewing Party at New York's Plaza Hotel Credit: Getty Scores of well-wishers descended on the British-themed The Cat And Fiddle pub in Hollywood, celebrating Ms Markle's local connection. Immaculate Heart students praise non-traditional royal wedding of alum Meghan Markle https://t.co/MMJlyVV49Wpic.twitter.com/AhZyuBi00P— Los Angeles Times (@latimes) May 19, 2018 The Chicago Tribune also found a local angle to the nuptials. It headlined its coverage: “Northwestern grad Meghan Markle marries Prince Harry in historic, star-studded ceremony at Windsor Castle.” Royalists watch on at Kanata Sports Club in Ottawa, Canada Credit: Bloomberg Harvey Young, Ms Markle's Drama professor at Chicago's Northwestern University, praised her choice of service. "Meghan has written about her mother being misrepresented as a nanny. When Meghan talks about celebrating who she is as a woman it's to celebrate her blackness as well as her whiteness," he said And speaking of diplomacy,Harry’s amazing bride Megan did an internship at @USEmbArgentina.You can apply for a @StateDept internship at https://t.co/15LFveTgcJ - sorry, internship doesn’t come with a #RoyalWedding! 2/2— Laura Kennedy (@AmbKennedy_ret) May 19, 2018 "That service is one that brings together everyone. I think you saw Black virtuosity on display, it's wonderful, extraordinary. Meghan should be proud of the ceremony." Deborah Cohen, a history professor, added somewhat caustically: “It’s the longest-running reality show with an endless replenishing set of characters. Meghan represents another stage of it.” Bill de Blasio, the New York Mayor tweeted his support for the young couple, alongside his wife: Congrats, Meghan and Harry! Keep doing things your way. Britain will never be the same – and that's a good thing. https://t.co/4UYiOCaarN— Bill de Blasio (@NYCMayor) May 19, 2018 The Los Angeles Times was taken with the “pomp and pageantry” of the occasion and the personal aside from Prince Harry when he told his bride. “You look amazing.” It was, the paper continued: “a tradition imbued ceremony” seen by millions worldwide. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle during their wedding at St George's Chapel Credit: Dominic Lipinski/PA “In an eclectic and evocative wedding service that blended the stylings of a gospel choir with a soprano's classical rendition of Handel, the two — gazing into one another's eyes and smiling — were pronounced man and wife in the gothic St. George's Chapel within the walls of Windsor Castle, a millennium-old seat of British royalty.” The New York Post, one of the city’s tabloids, joyfully announced “Meghan Markle is now a royal”. It continued: “The American ‘Suits’ actress, 36, tied the knot with Prince Harry in a wedding ceremony at London’s St. George’s chapel at Windsor Castle on Saturday attended by the royal family as well as celebrity pals including Oprah Winfrey, George and Amal Clooney, Serena Williams, James Corden and Priyanka Chopra.” The New York Times said that Meghan Markle was in the span of an hour “transformed from a Ms. to Duchess.” For the New York Daily News, the ceremony was “emotional.” It added : “Prince Harry has officially settled down with American actress Meghan Markle after a touching ceremony held at St. George's Chapel on the Windsor Castle grounds. Canada Justin Trudeau, the Prime Minister of Canada, where Ms Markle lived for the past seven years while filming for the legal drama Suits, sent his congratulations to the royals. He announced that the country would donate $50,000 to a children's charity to mark the occasion. "To celebrate their union, Canada will donate 50,000 dollars to Jumpstart, a Canadian charity dedicated to making play and sports more accessible to children from disadvantaged backgrounds. Since 2005, Jumpstart has helped more than 1.6 million children of all abilities get out on the field and be part of a team. "Sophie and I congratulate the newlyweds on behalf of the Government of Canada. We wish Their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Sussex a lifetime of happiness, and all the best as they start this new chapter together. We look forward to welcoming them on a future visit to Canada," he said. Britain's Prince Harryspeaks with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during a reception in April 2018 Credit: Matt Dunham/AP South Africa Nearly 5,600 miles away from Windsor, in South Africa, organisers of a party for up to 5,000 people arranged champagne, Union flag cupcakes and even bagpipe players. Lize Millward, manager at 1Fox in Johannesburg, said: "People seem to like them because Harry is a really down-to-earth person, no chip on his shoulder, and Meghan, being an actress, people have seen her on TV and are interested in her." A couple dressed as Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan Markle kiss during a group photograph at a party in Durban, South Africa Credit: ROGAN WARD/Reuters Russia In the Russian capital there was applause at St Andrew's Anglican Church as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were declared husband and wife by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby. Rev Canon Malcolm Rogers, St Andrew's Chaplain, said around 200 people of different nationalities, roughly two thirds of them Russian, were at the church less than a mile from the Kremlin. "The talk (by Rev Michael Curry) received applause - and people were a bit amused by how the congregation looked during the address," he said. "In the current tensions, especially here in Moscow, it is a great thing to bring us together - perhaps an example of the power of love spoken about by the preacher." Royal wedding | Read more
Prince Harry married Meghan Markle in a ceremony that proved a fitting mix of the traditional and the unconventional, merging British tradition with American music and accents. The Prince and his beaming bride exchanged vows in front of 600 guests in St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. But the BBC estimated the global audience would reach as many as 1.9 billion people. This is how the world's media reacted to the royal wedding. The Sunday Telegraph The Sunday Telegraph The Observer 'Two people fell in love and we all showed up' The Observer The Mail on Sunday Harry ever after! The Mail on Sunday The Sunday Times 'Two people fell in love and we all showed up' The Sunday Times The Sunday People The Perfect Kiss Sunday People The Sun on Sunday Kisstory - Harry and Meg's historic change for monarchy The Sun on Sunday The Sunday Mirror Harry and glorious Sunday Mirror The Sunday Express So in love Sunday Express The Daily Star Sunday Harry and Meghan make kisstory Daily Star Sunday The i The happy couple The i weekend The Independent Special relationship: An American feminist actor joins the Windsors The Independent The Sunday Mail Harry beams and Meghan sparkles Sunday Mail The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) True love's kiss The Sunday Telegraph Credit: Getty Images The Sun-Herald (Sydney) Power of love The Sun-Herald Credit: Getty Images The Sunday Mail (Queensland) Modern love Sunday Mail The New York Daily News They do royal weddings. We do schoolkids' funerals New York Daily News New York Post Palace coo - American beauty storms UK, captures hearts New York Post Le Dauphiné libéré (Grenoble) Un "oui" princier - A princely yes Le Dauphiné libéré Der Tagesspiegel (Berlin) The power of love Der Tagesspiegel La Vanguardia (Barcelona) A real wedding to break moulds La Vanguardia The Herald on Sunday (Auckland) Jewel in the crown The Herald on Sunday Khaleej Times (Dubai) Dubai lives the royal wedding Khaleej Times How America watched the wedding Martin Luther King's daughter expressed her delight at the use of the civil rights activist's words in the royal wedding ceremony on Saturday. Bernice King tweeted: "Your life, teachings and words still matter so much, Daddy. Congrats, Harry and Meghan". Elsewhere across the US, royal fans gathered in the early hours to celebrate the historic occasion. More than 100 pupils turned out at Immaculate Heart High School in Los Angeles, Meghan Markle’s former school, to watch her marriage to Prince Harry. There was a collective gasp in the auditorium at 4am local time, as they got their first glimpse of the bride. People in Los Angeles, Ms Markle's home town, cheer during a watching party at the Cat & Fiddle pub in Hollywood Credit: Reuters Many of the girls attended the watch party with their parents. Annemarie Sauer Hale, whose daughter Michaela attends the school, was a little surprised by the dress. “It was a little more conservative than I expected but she looked radiant,” she said. “And then the tiara that the queen let her borrow and the veil that went on for days. It was lovely, it was beautiful.” Our picture editors' 20 favourite images of the Royal wedding Mother Carol Dance said the school fosters a strong sense of sisterhood and independence. “They make empowered women here, it’s really nice to see a woman of strength being able to use her position to further her own causes. And it’s obvious that her husband is really charmed by that power too,” she said. My very best wishes to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on their wedding day. To all of those joining the national celebration with street parties and other events, have a wonderful day. #RoyalWedding— Theresa May (@theresa_may) May 19, 2018 “I think it’s a good step forward and globalisation of the world and this kind of ‘one love’ feeling which they talked about in the sermon,” Mother Stacey Johnson said. The young girls are excited to watch Meghan, as she takes on her new role in Kensington Palace. “She’s the only person of colour that’s in the entire royal family,” said Marigrace Carrasco, a 15-year-old student. “It’s crazy to think that you don’t have to fit in a certain box to make change in the world. She has all this global influence. I believe her a lot, I put my trust in her.” Guests toast at a Viewing Party at New York's Plaza Hotel Credit: Getty Scores of well-wishers descended on the British-themed The Cat And Fiddle pub in Hollywood, celebrating Ms Markle's local connection. Immaculate Heart students praise non-traditional royal wedding of alum Meghan Markle https://t.co/MMJlyVV49Wpic.twitter.com/AhZyuBi00P— Los Angeles Times (@latimes) May 19, 2018 The Chicago Tribune also found a local angle to the nuptials. It headlined its coverage: “Northwestern grad Meghan Markle marries Prince Harry in historic, star-studded ceremony at Windsor Castle.” Royalists watch on at Kanata Sports Club in Ottawa, Canada Credit: Bloomberg Harvey Young, Ms Markle's Drama professor at Chicago's Northwestern University, praised her choice of service. "Meghan has written about her mother being misrepresented as a nanny. When Meghan talks about celebrating who she is as a woman it's to celebrate her blackness as well as her whiteness," he said And speaking of diplomacy,Harry’s amazing bride Megan did an internship at @USEmbArgentina.You can apply for a @StateDept internship at https://t.co/15LFveTgcJ - sorry, internship doesn’t come with a #RoyalWedding! 2/2— Laura Kennedy (@AmbKennedy_ret) May 19, 2018 "That service is one that brings together everyone. I think you saw Black virtuosity on display, it's wonderful, extraordinary. Meghan should be proud of the ceremony." Deborah Cohen, a history professor, added somewhat caustically: “It’s the longest-running reality show with an endless replenishing set of characters. Meghan represents another stage of it.” Bill de Blasio, the New York Mayor tweeted his support for the young couple, alongside his wife: Congrats, Meghan and Harry! Keep doing things your way. Britain will never be the same – and that's a good thing. https://t.co/4UYiOCaarN— Bill de Blasio (@NYCMayor) May 19, 2018 The Los Angeles Times was taken with the “pomp and pageantry” of the occasion and the personal aside from Prince Harry when he told his bride. “You look amazing.” It was, the paper continued: “a tradition imbued ceremony” seen by millions worldwide. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle during their wedding at St George's Chapel Credit: Dominic Lipinski/PA “In an eclectic and evocative wedding service that blended the stylings of a gospel choir with a soprano's classical rendition of Handel, the two — gazing into one another's eyes and smiling — were pronounced man and wife in the gothic St. George's Chapel within the walls of Windsor Castle, a millennium-old seat of British royalty.” The New York Post, one of the city’s tabloids, joyfully announced “Meghan Markle is now a royal”. It continued: “The American ‘Suits’ actress, 36, tied the knot with Prince Harry in a wedding ceremony at London’s St. George’s chapel at Windsor Castle on Saturday attended by the royal family as well as celebrity pals including Oprah Winfrey, George and Amal Clooney, Serena Williams, James Corden and Priyanka Chopra.” The New York Times said that Meghan Markle was in the span of an hour “transformed from a Ms. to Duchess.” For the New York Daily News, the ceremony was “emotional.” It added : “Prince Harry has officially settled down with American actress Meghan Markle after a touching ceremony held at St. George's Chapel on the Windsor Castle grounds. Canada Justin Trudeau, the Prime Minister of Canada, where Ms Markle lived for the past seven years while filming for the legal drama Suits, sent his congratulations to the royals. He announced that the country would donate $50,000 to a children's charity to mark the occasion. "To celebrate their union, Canada will donate 50,000 dollars to Jumpstart, a Canadian charity dedicated to making play and sports more accessible to children from disadvantaged backgrounds. Since 2005, Jumpstart has helped more than 1.6 million children of all abilities get out on the field and be part of a team. "Sophie and I congratulate the newlyweds on behalf of the Government of Canada. We wish Their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Sussex a lifetime of happiness, and all the best as they start this new chapter together. We look forward to welcoming them on a future visit to Canada," he said. Britain's Prince Harryspeaks with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during a reception in April 2018 Credit: Matt Dunham/AP South Africa Nearly 5,600 miles away from Windsor, in South Africa, organisers of a party for up to 5,000 people arranged champagne, Union flag cupcakes and even bagpipe players. Lize Millward, manager at 1Fox in Johannesburg, said: "People seem to like them because Harry is a really down-to-earth person, no chip on his shoulder, and Meghan, being an actress, people have seen her on TV and are interested in her." A couple dressed as Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan Markle kiss during a group photograph at a party in Durban, South Africa Credit: ROGAN WARD/Reuters Russia In the Russian capital there was applause at St Andrew's Anglican Church as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were declared husband and wife by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby. Rev Canon Malcolm Rogers, St Andrew's Chaplain, said around 200 people of different nationalities, roughly two thirds of them Russian, were at the church less than a mile from the Kremlin. "The talk (by Rev Michael Curry) received applause - and people were a bit amused by how the congregation looked during the address," he said. "In the current tensions, especially here in Moscow, it is a great thing to bring us together - perhaps an example of the power of love spoken about by the preacher." Royal wedding | Read more
Royal wedding front pages from around the world: 'Two people fell in love and we all showed up'
Prince Harry married Meghan Markle in a ceremony that proved a fitting mix of the traditional and the unconventional, merging British tradition with American music and accents. The Prince and his beaming bride exchanged vows in front of 600 guests in St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. But the BBC estimated the global audience would reach as many as 1.9 billion people. This is how the world's media reacted to the royal wedding. The Sunday Telegraph The Sunday Telegraph The Observer 'Two people fell in love and we all showed up' The Observer The Mail on Sunday Harry ever after! The Mail on Sunday The Sunday Times 'Two people fell in love and we all showed up' The Sunday Times The Sunday People The Perfect Kiss Sunday People The Sun on Sunday Kisstory - Harry and Meg's historic change for monarchy The Sun on Sunday The Sunday Mirror Harry and glorious Sunday Mirror The Sunday Express So in love Sunday Express The Daily Star Sunday Harry and Meghan make kisstory Daily Star Sunday The i The happy couple The i weekend The Independent Special relationship: An American feminist actor joins the Windsors The Independent The Sunday Mail Harry beams and Meghan sparkles Sunday Mail The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) True love's kiss The Sunday Telegraph Credit: Getty Images The Sun-Herald (Sydney) Power of love The Sun-Herald Credit: Getty Images The Sunday Mail (Queensland) Modern love Sunday Mail The New York Daily News They do royal weddings. We do schoolkids' funerals New York Daily News New York Post Palace coo - American beauty storms UK, captures hearts New York Post Le Dauphiné libéré (Grenoble) Un "oui" princier - A princely yes Le Dauphiné libéré Der Tagesspiegel (Berlin) The power of love Der Tagesspiegel La Vanguardia (Barcelona) A real wedding to break moulds La Vanguardia The Herald on Sunday (Auckland) Jewel in the crown The Herald on Sunday Khaleej Times (Dubai) Dubai lives the royal wedding Khaleej Times How America watched the wedding Martin Luther King's daughter expressed her delight at the use of the civil rights activist's words in the royal wedding ceremony on Saturday. Bernice King tweeted: "Your life, teachings and words still matter so much, Daddy. Congrats, Harry and Meghan". Elsewhere across the US, royal fans gathered in the early hours to celebrate the historic occasion. More than 100 pupils turned out at Immaculate Heart High School in Los Angeles, Meghan Markle’s former school, to watch her marriage to Prince Harry. There was a collective gasp in the auditorium at 4am local time, as they got their first glimpse of the bride. People in Los Angeles, Ms Markle's home town, cheer during a watching party at the Cat & Fiddle pub in Hollywood Credit: Reuters Many of the girls attended the watch party with their parents. Annemarie Sauer Hale, whose daughter Michaela attends the school, was a little surprised by the dress. “It was a little more conservative than I expected but she looked radiant,” she said. “And then the tiara that the queen let her borrow and the veil that went on for days. It was lovely, it was beautiful.” Our picture editors' 20 favourite images of the Royal wedding Mother Carol Dance said the school fosters a strong sense of sisterhood and independence. “They make empowered women here, it’s really nice to see a woman of strength being able to use her position to further her own causes. And it’s obvious that her husband is really charmed by that power too,” she said. My very best wishes to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on their wedding day. To all of those joining the national celebration with street parties and other events, have a wonderful day. #RoyalWedding— Theresa May (@theresa_may) May 19, 2018 “I think it’s a good step forward and globalisation of the world and this kind of ‘one love’ feeling which they talked about in the sermon,” Mother Stacey Johnson said. The young girls are excited to watch Meghan, as she takes on her new role in Kensington Palace. “She’s the only person of colour that’s in the entire royal family,” said Marigrace Carrasco, a 15-year-old student. “It’s crazy to think that you don’t have to fit in a certain box to make change in the world. She has all this global influence. I believe her a lot, I put my trust in her.” Guests toast at a Viewing Party at New York's Plaza Hotel Credit: Getty Scores of well-wishers descended on the British-themed The Cat And Fiddle pub in Hollywood, celebrating Ms Markle's local connection. Immaculate Heart students praise non-traditional royal wedding of alum Meghan Markle https://t.co/MMJlyVV49Wpic.twitter.com/AhZyuBi00P— Los Angeles Times (@latimes) May 19, 2018 The Chicago Tribune also found a local angle to the nuptials. It headlined its coverage: “Northwestern grad Meghan Markle marries Prince Harry in historic, star-studded ceremony at Windsor Castle.” Royalists watch on at Kanata Sports Club in Ottawa, Canada Credit: Bloomberg Harvey Young, Ms Markle's Drama professor at Chicago's Northwestern University, praised her choice of service. "Meghan has written about her mother being misrepresented as a nanny. When Meghan talks about celebrating who she is as a woman it's to celebrate her blackness as well as her whiteness," he said And speaking of diplomacy,Harry’s amazing bride Megan did an internship at @USEmbArgentina.You can apply for a @StateDept internship at https://t.co/15LFveTgcJ - sorry, internship doesn’t come with a #RoyalWedding! 2/2— Laura Kennedy (@AmbKennedy_ret) May 19, 2018 "That service is one that brings together everyone. I think you saw Black virtuosity on display, it's wonderful, extraordinary. Meghan should be proud of the ceremony." Deborah Cohen, a history professor, added somewhat caustically: “It’s the longest-running reality show with an endless replenishing set of characters. Meghan represents another stage of it.” Bill de Blasio, the New York Mayor tweeted his support for the young couple, alongside his wife: Congrats, Meghan and Harry! Keep doing things your way. Britain will never be the same – and that's a good thing. https://t.co/4UYiOCaarN— Bill de Blasio (@NYCMayor) May 19, 2018 The Los Angeles Times was taken with the “pomp and pageantry” of the occasion and the personal aside from Prince Harry when he told his bride. “You look amazing.” It was, the paper continued: “a tradition imbued ceremony” seen by millions worldwide. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle during their wedding at St George's Chapel Credit: Dominic Lipinski/PA “In an eclectic and evocative wedding service that blended the stylings of a gospel choir with a soprano's classical rendition of Handel, the two — gazing into one another's eyes and smiling — were pronounced man and wife in the gothic St. George's Chapel within the walls of Windsor Castle, a millennium-old seat of British royalty.” The New York Post, one of the city’s tabloids, joyfully announced “Meghan Markle is now a royal”. It continued: “The American ‘Suits’ actress, 36, tied the knot with Prince Harry in a wedding ceremony at London’s St. George’s chapel at Windsor Castle on Saturday attended by the royal family as well as celebrity pals including Oprah Winfrey, George and Amal Clooney, Serena Williams, James Corden and Priyanka Chopra.” The New York Times said that Meghan Markle was in the span of an hour “transformed from a Ms. to Duchess.” For the New York Daily News, the ceremony was “emotional.” It added : “Prince Harry has officially settled down with American actress Meghan Markle after a touching ceremony held at St. George's Chapel on the Windsor Castle grounds. Canada Justin Trudeau, the Prime Minister of Canada, where Ms Markle lived for the past seven years while filming for the legal drama Suits, sent his congratulations to the royals. He announced that the country would donate $50,000 to a children's charity to mark the occasion. "To celebrate their union, Canada will donate 50,000 dollars to Jumpstart, a Canadian charity dedicated to making play and sports more accessible to children from disadvantaged backgrounds. Since 2005, Jumpstart has helped more than 1.6 million children of all abilities get out on the field and be part of a team. "Sophie and I congratulate the newlyweds on behalf of the Government of Canada. We wish Their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Sussex a lifetime of happiness, and all the best as they start this new chapter together. We look forward to welcoming them on a future visit to Canada," he said. Britain's Prince Harryspeaks with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during a reception in April 2018 Credit: Matt Dunham/AP South Africa Nearly 5,600 miles away from Windsor, in South Africa, organisers of a party for up to 5,000 people arranged champagne, Union flag cupcakes and even bagpipe players. Lize Millward, manager at 1Fox in Johannesburg, said: "People seem to like them because Harry is a really down-to-earth person, no chip on his shoulder, and Meghan, being an actress, people have seen her on TV and are interested in her." A couple dressed as Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan Markle kiss during a group photograph at a party in Durban, South Africa Credit: ROGAN WARD/Reuters Russia In the Russian capital there was applause at St Andrew's Anglican Church as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were declared husband and wife by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby. Rev Canon Malcolm Rogers, St Andrew's Chaplain, said around 200 people of different nationalities, roughly two thirds of them Russian, were at the church less than a mile from the Kremlin. "The talk (by Rev Michael Curry) received applause - and people were a bit amused by how the congregation looked during the address," he said. "In the current tensions, especially here in Moscow, it is a great thing to bring us together - perhaps an example of the power of love spoken about by the preacher." Royal wedding | Read more
Prince Harry married Meghan Markle in a ceremony that proved a fitting mix of the traditional and the unconventional, merging British tradition with American music and accents. The Prince and his beaming bride exchanged vows in front of 600 guests in St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. But the BBC estimated the global audience would reach as many as 1.9 billion people. This is how the world's media reacted to the royal wedding. The Sunday Telegraph The Sunday Telegraph The Observer 'Two people fell in love and we all showed up' The Observer The Mail on Sunday Harry ever after! The Mail on Sunday The Sunday Times 'Two people fell in love and we all showed up' The Sunday Times The Sunday People The Perfect Kiss Sunday People The Sun on Sunday Kisstory - Harry and Meg's historic change for monarchy The Sun on Sunday The Sunday Mirror Harry and glorious Sunday Mirror The Sunday Express So in love Sunday Express The Daily Star Sunday Harry and Meghan make kisstory Daily Star Sunday The i The happy couple The i weekend The Independent Special relationship: An American feminist actor joins the Windsors The Independent The Sunday Mail Harry beams and Meghan sparkles Sunday Mail The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) True love's kiss The Sunday Telegraph Credit: Getty Images The Sun-Herald (Sydney) Power of love The Sun-Herald Credit: Getty Images The Sunday Mail (Queensland) Modern love Sunday Mail The New York Daily News They do royal weddings. We do schoolkids' funerals New York Daily News New York Post Palace coo - American beauty storms UK, captures hearts New York Post Le Dauphiné libéré (Grenoble) Un "oui" princier - A princely yes Le Dauphiné libéré Der Tagesspiegel (Berlin) The power of love Der Tagesspiegel La Vanguardia (Barcelona) A real wedding to break moulds La Vanguardia The Herald on Sunday (Auckland) Jewel in the crown The Herald on Sunday Khaleej Times (Dubai) Dubai lives the royal wedding Khaleej Times How America watched the wedding Martin Luther King's daughter expressed her delight at the use of the civil rights activist's words in the royal wedding ceremony on Saturday. Bernice King tweeted: "Your life, teachings and words still matter so much, Daddy. Congrats, Harry and Meghan". Elsewhere across the US, royal fans gathered in the early hours to celebrate the historic occasion. More than 100 pupils turned out at Immaculate Heart High School in Los Angeles, Meghan Markle’s former school, to watch her marriage to Prince Harry. There was a collective gasp in the auditorium at 4am local time, as they got their first glimpse of the bride. People in Los Angeles, Ms Markle's home town, cheer during a watching party at the Cat & Fiddle pub in Hollywood Credit: Reuters Many of the girls attended the watch party with their parents. Annemarie Sauer Hale, whose daughter Michaela attends the school, was a little surprised by the dress. “It was a little more conservative than I expected but she looked radiant,” she said. “And then the tiara that the queen let her borrow and the veil that went on for days. It was lovely, it was beautiful.” Our picture editors' 20 favourite images of the Royal wedding Mother Carol Dance said the school fosters a strong sense of sisterhood and independence. “They make empowered women here, it’s really nice to see a woman of strength being able to use her position to further her own causes. And it’s obvious that her husband is really charmed by that power too,” she said. My very best wishes to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on their wedding day. To all of those joining the national celebration with street parties and other events, have a wonderful day. #RoyalWedding— Theresa May (@theresa_may) May 19, 2018 “I think it’s a good step forward and globalisation of the world and this kind of ‘one love’ feeling which they talked about in the sermon,” Mother Stacey Johnson said. The young girls are excited to watch Meghan, as she takes on her new role in Kensington Palace. “She’s the only person of colour that’s in the entire royal family,” said Marigrace Carrasco, a 15-year-old student. “It’s crazy to think that you don’t have to fit in a certain box to make change in the world. She has all this global influence. I believe her a lot, I put my trust in her.” Guests toast at a Viewing Party at New York's Plaza Hotel Credit: Getty Scores of well-wishers descended on the British-themed The Cat And Fiddle pub in Hollywood, celebrating Ms Markle's local connection. Immaculate Heart students praise non-traditional royal wedding of alum Meghan Markle https://t.co/MMJlyVV49Wpic.twitter.com/AhZyuBi00P— Los Angeles Times (@latimes) May 19, 2018 The Chicago Tribune also found a local angle to the nuptials. It headlined its coverage: “Northwestern grad Meghan Markle marries Prince Harry in historic, star-studded ceremony at Windsor Castle.” Royalists watch on at Kanata Sports Club in Ottawa, Canada Credit: Bloomberg Harvey Young, Ms Markle's Drama professor at Chicago's Northwestern University, praised her choice of service. "Meghan has written about her mother being misrepresented as a nanny. When Meghan talks about celebrating who she is as a woman it's to celebrate her blackness as well as her whiteness," he said And speaking of diplomacy,Harry’s amazing bride Megan did an internship at @USEmbArgentina.You can apply for a @StateDept internship at https://t.co/15LFveTgcJ - sorry, internship doesn’t come with a #RoyalWedding! 2/2— Laura Kennedy (@AmbKennedy_ret) May 19, 2018 "That service is one that brings together everyone. I think you saw Black virtuosity on display, it's wonderful, extraordinary. Meghan should be proud of the ceremony." Deborah Cohen, a history professor, added somewhat caustically: “It’s the longest-running reality show with an endless replenishing set of characters. Meghan represents another stage of it.” Bill de Blasio, the New York Mayor tweeted his support for the young couple, alongside his wife: Congrats, Meghan and Harry! Keep doing things your way. Britain will never be the same – and that's a good thing. https://t.co/4UYiOCaarN— Bill de Blasio (@NYCMayor) May 19, 2018 The Los Angeles Times was taken with the “pomp and pageantry” of the occasion and the personal aside from Prince Harry when he told his bride. “You look amazing.” It was, the paper continued: “a tradition imbued ceremony” seen by millions worldwide. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle during their wedding at St George's Chapel Credit: Dominic Lipinski/PA “In an eclectic and evocative wedding service that blended the stylings of a gospel choir with a soprano's classical rendition of Handel, the two — gazing into one another's eyes and smiling — were pronounced man and wife in the gothic St. George's Chapel within the walls of Windsor Castle, a millennium-old seat of British royalty.” The New York Post, one of the city’s tabloids, joyfully announced “Meghan Markle is now a royal”. It continued: “The American ‘Suits’ actress, 36, tied the knot with Prince Harry in a wedding ceremony at London’s St. George’s chapel at Windsor Castle on Saturday attended by the royal family as well as celebrity pals including Oprah Winfrey, George and Amal Clooney, Serena Williams, James Corden and Priyanka Chopra.” The New York Times said that Meghan Markle was in the span of an hour “transformed from a Ms. to Duchess.” For the New York Daily News, the ceremony was “emotional.” It added : “Prince Harry has officially settled down with American actress Meghan Markle after a touching ceremony held at St. George's Chapel on the Windsor Castle grounds. Canada Justin Trudeau, the Prime Minister of Canada, where Ms Markle lived for the past seven years while filming for the legal drama Suits, sent his congratulations to the royals. He announced that the country would donate $50,000 to a children's charity to mark the occasion. "To celebrate their union, Canada will donate 50,000 dollars to Jumpstart, a Canadian charity dedicated to making play and sports more accessible to children from disadvantaged backgrounds. Since 2005, Jumpstart has helped more than 1.6 million children of all abilities get out on the field and be part of a team. "Sophie and I congratulate the newlyweds on behalf of the Government of Canada. We wish Their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Sussex a lifetime of happiness, and all the best as they start this new chapter together. We look forward to welcoming them on a future visit to Canada," he said. Britain's Prince Harryspeaks with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during a reception in April 2018 Credit: Matt Dunham/AP South Africa Nearly 5,600 miles away from Windsor, in South Africa, organisers of a party for up to 5,000 people arranged champagne, Union flag cupcakes and even bagpipe players. Lize Millward, manager at 1Fox in Johannesburg, said: "People seem to like them because Harry is a really down-to-earth person, no chip on his shoulder, and Meghan, being an actress, people have seen her on TV and are interested in her." A couple dressed as Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan Markle kiss during a group photograph at a party in Durban, South Africa Credit: ROGAN WARD/Reuters Russia In the Russian capital there was applause at St Andrew's Anglican Church as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were declared husband and wife by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby. Rev Canon Malcolm Rogers, St Andrew's Chaplain, said around 200 people of different nationalities, roughly two thirds of them Russian, were at the church less than a mile from the Kremlin. "The talk (by Rev Michael Curry) received applause - and people were a bit amused by how the congregation looked during the address," he said. "In the current tensions, especially here in Moscow, it is a great thing to bring us together - perhaps an example of the power of love spoken about by the preacher." Royal wedding | Read more
Royal wedding front pages from around the world: 'Two people fell in love and we all showed up'
Prince Harry married Meghan Markle in a ceremony that proved a fitting mix of the traditional and the unconventional, merging British tradition with American music and accents. The Prince and his beaming bride exchanged vows in front of 600 guests in St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. But the BBC estimated the global audience would reach as many as 1.9 billion people. This is how the world's media reacted to the royal wedding. The Sunday Telegraph The Sunday Telegraph The Observer 'Two people fell in love and we all showed up' The Observer The Mail on Sunday Harry ever after! The Mail on Sunday The Sunday Times 'Two people fell in love and we all showed up' The Sunday Times The Sunday People The Perfect Kiss Sunday People The Sun on Sunday Kisstory - Harry and Meg's historic change for monarchy The Sun on Sunday The Sunday Mirror Harry and glorious Sunday Mirror The Sunday Express So in love Sunday Express The Daily Star Sunday Harry and Meghan make kisstory Daily Star Sunday The i The happy couple The i weekend The Independent Special relationship: An American feminist actor joins the Windsors The Independent The Sunday Mail Harry beams and Meghan sparkles Sunday Mail The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) True love's kiss The Sunday Telegraph Credit: Getty Images The Sun-Herald (Sydney) Power of love The Sun-Herald Credit: Getty Images The Sunday Mail (Queensland) Modern love Sunday Mail The New York Daily News They do royal weddings. We do schoolkids' funerals New York Daily News New York Post Palace coo - American beauty storms UK, captures hearts New York Post Le Dauphiné libéré (Grenoble) Un "oui" princier - A princely yes Le Dauphiné libéré Der Tagesspiegel (Berlin) The power of love Der Tagesspiegel La Vanguardia (Barcelona) A real wedding to break moulds La Vanguardia The Herald on Sunday (Auckland) Jewel in the crown The Herald on Sunday Khaleej Times (Dubai) Dubai lives the royal wedding Khaleej Times How America watched the wedding Martin Luther King's daughter expressed her delight at the use of the civil rights activist's words in the royal wedding ceremony on Saturday. Bernice King tweeted: "Your life, teachings and words still matter so much, Daddy. Congrats, Harry and Meghan". Elsewhere across the US, royal fans gathered in the early hours to celebrate the historic occasion. More than 100 pupils turned out at Immaculate Heart High School in Los Angeles, Meghan Markle’s former school, to watch her marriage to Prince Harry. There was a collective gasp in the auditorium at 4am local time, as they got their first glimpse of the bride. People in Los Angeles, Ms Markle's home town, cheer during a watching party at the Cat & Fiddle pub in Hollywood Credit: Reuters Many of the girls attended the watch party with their parents. Annemarie Sauer Hale, whose daughter Michaela attends the school, was a little surprised by the dress. “It was a little more conservative than I expected but she looked radiant,” she said. “And then the tiara that the queen let her borrow and the veil that went on for days. It was lovely, it was beautiful.” Our picture editors' 20 favourite images of the Royal wedding Mother Carol Dance said the school fosters a strong sense of sisterhood and independence. “They make empowered women here, it’s really nice to see a woman of strength being able to use her position to further her own causes. And it’s obvious that her husband is really charmed by that power too,” she said. My very best wishes to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on their wedding day. To all of those joining the national celebration with street parties and other events, have a wonderful day. #RoyalWedding— Theresa May (@theresa_may) May 19, 2018 “I think it’s a good step forward and globalisation of the world and this kind of ‘one love’ feeling which they talked about in the sermon,” Mother Stacey Johnson said. The young girls are excited to watch Meghan, as she takes on her new role in Kensington Palace. “She’s the only person of colour that’s in the entire royal family,” said Marigrace Carrasco, a 15-year-old student. “It’s crazy to think that you don’t have to fit in a certain box to make change in the world. She has all this global influence. I believe her a lot, I put my trust in her.” Guests toast at a Viewing Party at New York's Plaza Hotel Credit: Getty Scores of well-wishers descended on the British-themed The Cat And Fiddle pub in Hollywood, celebrating Ms Markle's local connection. Immaculate Heart students praise non-traditional royal wedding of alum Meghan Markle https://t.co/MMJlyVV49Wpic.twitter.com/AhZyuBi00P— Los Angeles Times (@latimes) May 19, 2018 The Chicago Tribune also found a local angle to the nuptials. It headlined its coverage: “Northwestern grad Meghan Markle marries Prince Harry in historic, star-studded ceremony at Windsor Castle.” Royalists watch on at Kanata Sports Club in Ottawa, Canada Credit: Bloomberg Harvey Young, Ms Markle's Drama professor at Chicago's Northwestern University, praised her choice of service. "Meghan has written about her mother being misrepresented as a nanny. When Meghan talks about celebrating who she is as a woman it's to celebrate her blackness as well as her whiteness," he said And speaking of diplomacy,Harry’s amazing bride Megan did an internship at @USEmbArgentina.You can apply for a @StateDept internship at https://t.co/15LFveTgcJ - sorry, internship doesn’t come with a #RoyalWedding! 2/2— Laura Kennedy (@AmbKennedy_ret) May 19, 2018 "That service is one that brings together everyone. I think you saw Black virtuosity on display, it's wonderful, extraordinary. Meghan should be proud of the ceremony." Deborah Cohen, a history professor, added somewhat caustically: “It’s the longest-running reality show with an endless replenishing set of characters. Meghan represents another stage of it.” Bill de Blasio, the New York Mayor tweeted his support for the young couple, alongside his wife: Congrats, Meghan and Harry! Keep doing things your way. Britain will never be the same – and that's a good thing. https://t.co/4UYiOCaarN— Bill de Blasio (@NYCMayor) May 19, 2018 The Los Angeles Times was taken with the “pomp and pageantry” of the occasion and the personal aside from Prince Harry when he told his bride. “You look amazing.” It was, the paper continued: “a tradition imbued ceremony” seen by millions worldwide. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle during their wedding at St George's Chapel Credit: Dominic Lipinski/PA “In an eclectic and evocative wedding service that blended the stylings of a gospel choir with a soprano's classical rendition of Handel, the two — gazing into one another's eyes and smiling — were pronounced man and wife in the gothic St. George's Chapel within the walls of Windsor Castle, a millennium-old seat of British royalty.” The New York Post, one of the city’s tabloids, joyfully announced “Meghan Markle is now a royal”. It continued: “The American ‘Suits’ actress, 36, tied the knot with Prince Harry in a wedding ceremony at London’s St. George’s chapel at Windsor Castle on Saturday attended by the royal family as well as celebrity pals including Oprah Winfrey, George and Amal Clooney, Serena Williams, James Corden and Priyanka Chopra.” The New York Times said that Meghan Markle was in the span of an hour “transformed from a Ms. to Duchess.” For the New York Daily News, the ceremony was “emotional.” It added : “Prince Harry has officially settled down with American actress Meghan Markle after a touching ceremony held at St. George's Chapel on the Windsor Castle grounds. Canada Justin Trudeau, the Prime Minister of Canada, where Ms Markle lived for the past seven years while filming for the legal drama Suits, sent his congratulations to the royals. He announced that the country would donate $50,000 to a children's charity to mark the occasion. "To celebrate their union, Canada will donate 50,000 dollars to Jumpstart, a Canadian charity dedicated to making play and sports more accessible to children from disadvantaged backgrounds. Since 2005, Jumpstart has helped more than 1.6 million children of all abilities get out on the field and be part of a team. "Sophie and I congratulate the newlyweds on behalf of the Government of Canada. We wish Their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Sussex a lifetime of happiness, and all the best as they start this new chapter together. We look forward to welcoming them on a future visit to Canada," he said. Britain's Prince Harryspeaks with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during a reception in April 2018 Credit: Matt Dunham/AP South Africa Nearly 5,600 miles away from Windsor, in South Africa, organisers of a party for up to 5,000 people arranged champagne, Union flag cupcakes and even bagpipe players. Lize Millward, manager at 1Fox in Johannesburg, said: "People seem to like them because Harry is a really down-to-earth person, no chip on his shoulder, and Meghan, being an actress, people have seen her on TV and are interested in her." A couple dressed as Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan Markle kiss during a group photograph at a party in Durban, South Africa Credit: ROGAN WARD/Reuters Russia In the Russian capital there was applause at St Andrew's Anglican Church as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were declared husband and wife by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby. Rev Canon Malcolm Rogers, St Andrew's Chaplain, said around 200 people of different nationalities, roughly two thirds of them Russian, were at the church less than a mile from the Kremlin. "The talk (by Rev Michael Curry) received applause - and people were a bit amused by how the congregation looked during the address," he said. "In the current tensions, especially here in Moscow, it is a great thing to bring us together - perhaps an example of the power of love spoken about by the preacher." Royal wedding | Read more

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