Prince Harry, Meghan Markle Renewing Their Vows For Netflix? Columnist Says It’s Unlikely Because Sussex Pair Has Only Been Married For 4 Years

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have only been married for four years, but there are already whispers that the couple is planning to renew their wedding vows.

Since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have not released any content for Netflix, some sources are speculating on the possibility that the couple will use their renewal of vows as interesting material to release via the streaming platform.

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Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Need To Produce Content For Netflix That Will Generate Massive Views

Charlotte Griffiths, the editor for Daily Mail, claimed that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex need to come up with something that would generate massive viewership for Netflix. And what better way to do so than by showcasing their second wedding?

“Unconfirmed is the keyword. It sounds so unrealistic but the truth is often stranger than fiction when it comes to these two. Renewing your vows is quite an American thing to do. They probably have a lot of resentment around the wedding time because of all these dramas going on backstage. Plus, they need some interesting Netflix content. Footage of them at the WellChild awards is all very well but they've got to have that Kardashian thing, a set piece,” she said (via Express).

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Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Cannot Renew Their Vows Because They Haven’t Been Married For At Least 10 Years

However, columnist Sarah Vine claimed that it’s unlikely for Prince Harry and Markle to renew their vows anytime soon because they haven’t been married that long. She also said that couples typically renew their vows after being married for at least 10 years.

However, Griffiths fired back by saying that there’s no set rule when it comes to vow renewals because the ceremony in itself is a nonsense thing to do in the first place.

“But I would actually tune in to their Netflix documentary if they renewed their vows, it would seriously have a lot of ratings,” she said.

However, a third source claimed that Prince Harry and Markle’s renewal of vows is a sure go regardless of the criticisms that they might receive from the public.

“The vow renewal is going to happen – and if that bothers anyone in the UK, then to hell with them,” the source claimed (via Express).

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Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Broke Tradition On Their Wedding Day

Prince Harry and Markle tied the knot on May 19, 2018, at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle. Their big day was attended by hundreds of guests, including members of the royal family, as well as Markle’s friends from the entertainment industry.

The couple decided to break royal traditions on their wedding day. For instance, they did not have organ music for their nuptials. Instead, they tapped musician Sheku Kanneh-Mason to play the cello at the chapel.

Prince Harry and Markle’s royal wedding was also the first time that an American bishop delivered a sermon.

The couple also opted for a lemon elderflower cake instead of the more traditional fruit cake. And for their wedding bands, Prince Harry opted for a platinum ring instead of the usual rings made from Welsh gold, according to Harper’s Bazaar.

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