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Did Harry and Meghan Lie To Oprah About Having A Secret Backyard Wedding?

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Uh oh! I’d think that lying to Oprah would be a crazy sin or at least extremely frowned upon. Maybe some bad juju?

Whatever it is, it isn’t looking good for Prince Harry (I guess he’s just Harry now) and Meghan Markle.

Not only did they potentially lie to Oprah’s face, but they lied on National TV. YIKES!

The interview between Harry, Meghan and Oprah aired weeks ago but there was so much shocking news revealed, it has been talked about ever since.

One of the things was that Meghan had mentioned that her and Harry had been married days prior to the Royal Wedding that was aired Nationally on TV.

“You know, three days before our wedding, we got married. No one knows that. The vows that we have framed in our room are just the two of us in our backyard with the Archbishop of Canterbury.”

Meghan Markle, in the interview to Oprah

Apparently, that was not entirely true.

According to reports, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have finally admitted to The Daily Beast that they were not married three days before their official ceremony.

So, why would she lie?

Well, some believe it was to make her story feel more credible but it’s actually done the opposite.

I mean, if she was to lie about something so silly (like why do we care when they actually got married?) then what else did she lie about?

Some also believe that Meghan didn’t lie because she didn’t say it was them LEGALLY getting married. She just mentioned they had exchanged vows.

I mean, personally, I thought she meant they got married sooner than what we all saw on TV.

Ugh who knows.

The bottom line is, they are MARRIED so why does it matter what date? I don’t know why this was even a thing to begin with but let’s just hope some of the other things that Meghan said wasn’t a lie.

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