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I like your contrast between the England of Miss Marple and the England of Miss Markle! Sadly I don't think the latter's baptism will influence the average man/woman in the street today at all if they even noticed it had happened.
Lovely article! Praying for Prince Harry and Miss Markle as they prepare for the sacrament of marriage.
I read that Meghan Markle's first husband was Jewish, so if that is so and neither of them were baptized, I think it would only be a natural marriage. From what I remember about annulments, such a marriage could be annulled, if that is the correct term in such a case, if one of them became Christian and the other partner did not want to stay together. I also read that the Archbishop of Canterbury had "looked into the matter," and so the Queen had accepted his decision. I think we should assume that all is well, since we don't have all the facts, and it is really none of our business. I wish them well.
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