Was There A Hidden Message We All Missed During Harry And Meghan’s Wedding?

We all enjoy searching for hidden meanings, don’t we? We all like a little detective work now and again, whether it be in blockbuster songs like Third Eye Blind’s “Semi-Charmed Life” or well-liked television shows like “Breaking Bad.” In fact, a strange hidden message from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal wedding was recently discovered thanks to the sleuthing of multiple Twitter users.

May 2018 saw the historic wedding, which was undoubtedly a remarkable occasion. In actuality, 29.2 million Americans alone watched the royal event, and it generated almost 7 million interactions on social media during its Saturday morning heyday. Compared to Prince William and Kate Middleton’s 2011 wedding, which was seen by 23 million people at the time, the Sussexes’ nuptials received almost 6 million more viewers.

Did you know that Prince Harry also defied convention at the wedding, being the royal bad boy that he is? The Duke of Sussex was spotted not only wearing an uncommon wedding band by royal standards, but also one fashioned of an unusual substance. Since the Queen Mother’s wedding in 1923, the royal family has used a rare Welsh gold to make wedding rings; however, Harry wore a platinum band this time. It’s the tiny things that make an event so intriguing, but now, a new detail—or hidden message, more accurately—has surfaced and is once again mind-blowing.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s license plate had a hidden message

Customized license plates are always a welcome break from the usual jumble of letters and numbers we see on the road. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, among others, enjoy the grandeur of vanity plates, proving that this isn’t simply an American phenomenon. In fact, a sharp-eyed Twitter user discovered a special license plate from their wedding in 2018, and another person deciphered its secret message.

“Oh my God, I feel so ashamed. As one Twitter user commented, “I was watching the royal wedding for the 200th time, and it wasn’t until now that I saw the license plate. It read E190518.”” Another person asked for clarification, and someone jumped in to provide it: “It is the day of their wedding. Founded on May 19th, 2018.”

It comes as no surprise that there was some hidden significance in the famous Sussex wedding from 2018. The royal family is known for their minor nuances and unique idiosyncrasies, such not being allowed to sign autographs or the queen not needing a driver’s license (via Insider). And who knows, perhaps another Twitter user will find additional cryptic notes from Meghan and Harry’s royal wedding in the ensuing three years!