Meghan Markle and Prince Harry got married over the weekend and tens of millions of people tuned in. In a display of a merging of cultures, the bi-racial Hollywood actress brought a little color to the cathedral. A multicultural ceremony that did much to showcase the royal family’s apparent nod toward inclusion . An African American bishop, the Most Rev. Michael Bruce Curry, presided and quoted a slave song and delivered the sermon that referenced MLK, civil rights, and social justice. A black gospel choir sung “Stand By Me” a song connected to the civil rights movement. Meghan’s veil, included embroidery of flowers from the 53 countries of the Commonwealth, including African nations that were once colonized by the British. Many have suggested that it my be the start of a new era for the royal family.