Meghan and Harry wedding car’s adorable number plate unearthed in cute clip
An eagle-eyed fan of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle has spotted a secret message on their car from the royal wedding day back in 2018.
The hidden meaning behind the message has now been unearthed three years later, according to Sussex fans.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex got married at St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle on May 19, 2018, to an estimated global television audience of around 1.9 billion.
And it seems many have gone back to catch-up on the nuptials since, with the full video on the official Royal Family YouTube channel having been watched a total of 36 million times.
The number plate visible in the clip reads "E190518", which can be read as "Established 19 May 2018" in the British date, month, year format
However, it is only now that some are beginning to see the cryptic message embedded in the wedding car's number plate.
@VanessaNguyen28 tweeted: “Yoooo I am so embarrassed. I was watching the royal wedding for the 200th time and it’s only now that I noticed the licence plate.”
Online royal fans joined to confess they had not spotted the sweet sign-off on the vehicle either.
As one user named @RoyalMontecito added to the conversation: “Awwwe! I never knew. Thanks for sharing. Meghan and Harry are so intentional in everything they do. Just special. How I wish I knew them in real life?”.
Meanwhile, @luka_rasa responded: “Thanks, I had no clue.”
Many claims about the famous royal wedding have started to leak through over the past couple of years — though some have of these have been the subject of considerable debate.
In their explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey earlier this year, Meghan revealed for the first time that the couple secretly tied the knot in “our backyard with the Archbishop of Canterbury”.
She recalled that she and Harry contacted the Most Reverend Justin Welby and asked him in advance to marry them in private at Nottingham Cottage – their then-home in the grounds of Kensington Palace.
But what appears to be the couple’s wedding certificate, seen by the Sun, seems to show the Sussexes did in fact marry on May 19, 2018, in Windsor Castle.
It's believed the pair may have enjoyed an intimate ceremony in the days before the big day but not officially being married by the Bishop.
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