Resurfaced Harry and Meghan wedding footage shows what other royals 'really thought'

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle got married on May 19, 2018
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A throwback video from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's nuptials has resurfaced, sparking a wave of reactions to the candid expressions of the Royal Family.

The footage, which made its way onto X (formerly known as Twitter), captures key members of the Royal household including Kate Middleton, now Queen Consort Camilla and the late Queen Elizabeth II seated in St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle during the May 19, 2018 ceremony. The royals are seen making ambiguous facial expressions, leaving viewers to guess what prompted their reactions.

A social media user posted the compilation with the comment: "All the best Royal Family reactions at the #Harkles wedding. Best part of the day," accompanied by a cry-laughing emoji. This video has tickled many royal enthusiasts, with one commenting: "I'm sorry but Zara takes the prize! Her look is priceless."

Another added: "Honestly, if one of them had snort laughed the whole lot of them would have lost it."

A third person remarked: "You know I live for Zara, her reaction was the best. You can literally read what she is thinking. I love Mike Tindall because he'd be the one to get a pint with.

"Such a classic video, and the reactions are over the top subtle!"

Less than two years after their wedding, Meghan and Harry stepped back from their royal roles and moved to the US, where they reside with their children, Archie and Lilibet. They've entered into several high-profile deals with companies like Netflix and Spotify, although their Spotify project was recently cancelled.

The duo made waves with their Netflix series, Harry and Meghan, in December 2022. The Duke of Sussex followed this up by releasing his memoir, Spare, in January 2023.

Meghan has recently unveiled her latest venture, a lifestyle brand named American Riviera Orchard (ARO), which is set to offer a range of products including strawberry jam. However, the rest of the product line-up remains a mystery, as does the release date.

Both the ARO website and Instagram pages are keeping things hush-hush, only offering users the chance to join a 'waitlist' by submitting their email.