The wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle was held on Saturday 19th, May 2018 in St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle in the United Kingdom. The regal and elegant ceremony was given major media coverage across the world. In the United States, for example, the event aired on CBS, NBC E!, PBS, BBC America, TLC, FOX, and HBO. Whereas in the United Kingdom, the wedding was seen on BBC One, ITV, Sky News, CNN (International), and E! (Europe). Over twenty-seven million viewers in the United Kingdom alone viewed the royal wedding, while around twenty-nine million watched in the United States.
The two stepped away from royal duties in 2020 and moved to the United States, over in Montecito, California. Currently, Prince Harry has allegedly struck up a friendly relationship with actor Orlando Bloom. However, the same courtesy cannot be said for Bloom’s wife, Katy Perry, and Markle.
According to The Daily Star, the former ‘California Girls’ recording artist is allegedly ‘holding a grudge over a comment that Perry made back in 2018 over Markle’s wedding dress. The source would state: “Orlando [Bloom] is very sympathetic towards Harry and Meghan and does reach out if he ever sees anything suspicious in the neighborhood. The source added: “However, Meghan is keenly aware of a comment that Katy Perry made in 2018 about her wedding dress “While the comment wasn’t meant to be hurtful, Meghan felt under siege at that time and was overwhelmed by arguments with staff, the Duchess of Cambridge, and Thomas Markle.”
Furthermore, during an appearance with Entertainment Tonight, Perry would state that she “would’ve done one more fitting” in regards to Meghan Markle’s wedding. The source later added: “However, Meghan is keenly aware of a comment that Katy Perry made in 2018 about her wedding dress and is notorious for holding a grudge.”