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Here's What You Missed At The #RoyalWedding

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To our delight, the Royal Wedding was lituation of the season and included more than a few moments that allowed black people everywhere to relish in the melanin magic that took place.


We've spent years now watching Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's fairytale love story unfold, and this morning, we finally got to see a black girl magician become a princess right in front of our eyes.

Not only did we get a word and see the picture-perfect couple celebrate the biggest day of their lives and ride off with a horse named Tyrone, but the event solidified to black girls everywhere that they can be anything they want, even a princess.

Just in case you missed out on the magic, we've compiled a list of our favorite moments from Harry and Meghan's magical day. Relive it by clicking through the gallery below:

The Guest List

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We got to see some of our favorite celebrities lace the scene and make the Royal Wedding their own personal catwalk. The now Dutch and Duchess of Sussex hosted a pretty elite guestlist for their big day that included but was not limited to Priyanka Chopra, Idris Elba, Oprah Winfrey, and Serena Williams.

Congrats Meghan and Harry! What was your favorite moment from the Royal Wedding?

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