The wedding of the British Prince Harry and American actress Meghan Markle ensured the introduction of Blackness into the royal family, which had Catholic, Orthodox, Protestant diversity. The Archbishop of Canterbury married them, whilst Rev. Bishop Michael Curry, presiding Bishop of the American Episcopal Church gave a sermon. A copy of Reverend Curry's address was distributed in advance, but he immediately went off script .... he started with the Reverend Martin Luther King, then into an energetic reverie about love. Representing Egypt’s Coptic Orthodox Church in the UK, Coptic Orthodox Archbishop of London Anba Angaelos .... https://www.egypttoday.com/Article/...rchbishop-of-UK-gives-prayer-at-royal-wedding Sheku Kanneh-Mason, the first Black cellist to win BBC’s Young Musician of the Year, played Ave Maria (starts at 8:15) I was also reminded of the 'end times' when the gospel choir sang “Stand By Me” ~ If the sky that we look upon Should tumble and fall And the mountain should crumble to the sea I won't cry, I won't cry No I won't shed a tear Just as long as you stand, stand by me.... etc.