Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who wed in May 2018, are “looking at various venues” for the event, according to a source at Heat Magazine. Charlotte Griffiths, The Mail on Sunday’s editor at large, claimed the couple “need interesting content” for Netflix. She noted that it would rack up “serious ratings”.
Speaking to Palace Confidential on Mailplus, Mr Griffiths said: “Unconfirmed it the key word.
“It sounds so unrealistic but the truth is often stranger than fiction when it comes to these two.
“Renewing your vows is quite an American thing to do.
“They probably have a lot of resentment around the wedding time because of all these dramas going on backstage.
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“Plus, they need some interesting Netflix content.
“Footage of them at the WellChild awards is all very well but they’ve got to have that Kardashian-thing, a set piece.”
Columnist Sarah Vine added: “They just got married, you can’t renew your vows. You have to be married for a bit before you can renew. At least 10 years.”
Ms Griffiths continued: “There’s no rule because it’s a nonsense thing to do in the first place.
The couple accused a member of the family – not the Queen or the Duke of Edinburgh – of making a racist comment about their son Archie.
The duchess – the first mixed-race member of the modern monarchy – said a fellow royal was worried about how dark Archie’s skin tone might be before he was born.
Ofcom’s latest Media Nations Northern Ireland report showed Line Of Duty and Bloodlands, both of which were filmed in Northern Ireland, were the second and third most watched programmes in the region.
Each drama attracted more than half a million viewers.