So that happened. The royal wedding. It was quite the spectacle.
Harry and Meghan’s special day was watched by millions across the globe. It was an incredible ceremony. For about three minutes anyhow before I began to get really bloody bored.
Aside from the millions who watched on TV and online, thousands of other royal family radicals, actually lined the streets of Windsor dressed in Union Jacks for days just so that they could get to wave at their masters for a meagre second on their happy day.
The wedding itself was pretty exuberant to say the least (the cake costing a disgusting £50,000 alone) but there was someone missing. She was at Will and Kate’s but nobody could spot her here.
Who was it? It wasn’t the Queen, or Kate Middleton. It wasn’t Harry’s ex who looked pretty gutted to have missed out on a lifetime of taxpayer luxury. It wasn’t the fiery Reverend Curry either.
Have you guessed who it is yet? Yes of course. It’s the nun wearing Reeboks.
Sporting a well worn pair of all black Reebok Classics, the nun went viral for obvious reasons. Her choice of footwear not really fitting in with the sickening glamour of William and Kate’s big day in 2011.
However. Where was she this time?
The good folk on Twitter just couldn’t find her?!
All I can think about is if the reebok wearing nun is at the wedding :L pic.twitter.com/kE0xzxHvEi
— erin w (@erinwhyte3) May 19, 2018
— Fintan Marron (@FintanMusic) May 19, 2018
Throwback to the last royal wedding where that nun wore Reebok originals ?? pic.twitter.com/CmZja9FCCZ
— Bekka Leigh ? (@bekkaleigh96) May 19, 2018
Who remembers the nun at William and Kate’s wedding with the Reebok or Adidas black shoes ??? #RoyalWedding
— Daisy (@TwilightDaisy) May 19, 2018
The nun with the Reebok classics would have made this wedding a whole lot better. #RoyalWedding2018
— CK1995 (@kratzmann95) May 19, 2018
— Hails (@Hails_McTails) May 19, 2018
I hope the nun in her Reebok Classics gets a cameo #RoyalWedding
— Emil Franchi (@emil_franchi) May 19, 2018
Watching the #RoyalWedding2018 wondering if any of the nuns will be rocking the Reebok classic again? ?
— Jess Townson (@jesstownson) May 19, 2018
*Only watches the Royal Wedding to see if the Reebok Nun makes a cameo*
— NADIA (@nadiamantock) May 19, 2018
— Ben Lennon (@its_ben_lennon) May 19, 2018
I hope the Reebok trainer wearing nun makes an appearance at the #RoyalWedding tomorrow
— Phoebe Winter (@Pheeblola) May 18, 2018
The last royal wedding had a nun sporting some reebok classics. I wonder if this time it’s a priest with a pair of Nike huarache
— Reganfoster (@Reganfoster1996) May 17, 2018
Shame there isn’t odds on whether a nun will attend in reebok classics like the last one?
— Callum Newall (@CNewall_97) May 14, 2018
Wherever she is, we wish her well.
In case you missed it, the first words Prince Harry said to Meghan Markle on their wedding day were truly memorable.
On their special day, as Harry stood at the altar waiting for his wife-to-be to join him, he looked totally bewildered.
When she came to his side, just what did he say? ‘You look amazing’. Just beautiful isn’t it? Brings a tear to my weary eyes.
Harry’s reaction to his bride walking down the aisle was a truly breathtaking moment.
The two were pronounced husband and wife at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle in front of family and friends, including The Queen, Prince Phillip, Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles and co-stars of the show Suits.
The ceremony is being officiated by the Dean of Windsor David Conner and the Arch Bishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, who performed the newlywed’s vows. After being declared husband and Wife Prince Harry and Meghan shared their first kiss in public as newlyweds for the whole world to see.
An incredibly moving sermon about ‘love’ and ‘humanity’ was dished out at the half-way point of the ceremony, a truly beautiful speech. Though it does seem mildly hypocritical considering the homeless near Windsor were forced to pack up and leave the area…
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Joseph Loftus is a Gold Standard NCTJ journalist with four years experience working for international and regional press.
As well as working for UNILAD and LADbible, Joseph has worked as Liverpool Correspondent for Unsigned & Independent Magazine, as well as stints with the Liverpool Echo and Warrington Guardian.