After Harry-Meghan Engagement, Research Finds Nearly Half of Brits Would Oppose Gay Royal Wedding

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The global media made much of Britain’s Prince Harry announcing his engagement to American divorcee Meghan Markle, but a new poll has found British opinion on a variety of potential future scenarios — including gay marriage — is less settled.

The research by British pollster YouGov suggests a majority of people are comfortable with the coming Royal wedding, with 79 per cent saying a union with a non-Brit is acceptable, 69 per cent saying a different ethnicity is not a problem, and 78 per cent saying marriage to a divorcee for a Royal is acceptable.

At the other end of the scale, British people seem less accepting of the prospect of a…

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