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Thousands of fans gathered in the English town of Windsor for the lavish royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on Saturday, a union that supporters hope will inject new life into a monarchy striving to stay relevant in the modern age.More than 100,000 fans are expected to cram the narrow roads of Windsor, about 20 miles (30 km) west of London.The world's media has been gripped by the union of Harry, 33, the sixth-in-line to the British throne, and Markle, 36, a divorcee whose mother is African-American and father is white, and hundreds of TV crews have descended on Windsor.Markle will enter the chapel unescorted.In a sign of modernity for the royals, Harry will wear a ring while Markle will not vow to obey her husband.Harry's gilded upbringing is in stark contrast with Markle's.Elizabeth famously described 1992 as an "annus horribilis" (horrible year) after three of her four children's marriages failed, including Charles' marriage to Diana, and part of Windsor Castle was badly damaged by fire.The British remain broadly supportive of the monarchy albeit with a sense of mild irony about the pomp and pageantry that accompanies it, though many have deep respect for Elizabeth, after her 66 years of service.
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