Well, in case you missed it there was a wedding at St. George’s Chapel, in Windsor castle this morning. A half black American divorcee married Prince Harry. I didn’t plan on watching but I was up, so I watched a fair amount of it. It was an interesting service, a combination of traditional Church of England and American African Episcopal. It worked amazingly well together. But then the United Kingdom and the United States usually do.
St George’s Chapel is the mother church of the Order of the Garter, the oldest and most prestigious order of chivalry in the world, founded by King Edward III, also the founder of the order in 1348.
It is also the burial place of King Henry VIII and George III (and a fair number of others) but those two are arguably the two most important in American history, one the author of the original Brexit, and the…
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