The beautiful and historic town of Windsor is gaining a bit of a reputation for celebrating love in the face of adversity.  
When King Edward VIII abdicated to marry his American sweetheart Wallis Simpson, he took the title of Duke of Windsor. Windsor was also where Prince Charles married his life-long love, Camilla Parker-Bowles. 
And on the 19th of May this year, the tradition will continue with Prince Harry, as he marries American divorcee Meghan Markle at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle. 
Three love matches that some have considered beyond the pale. 
But what’s really important? Keeping up outdated traditions that cause so much misery so that everyone looks good? Or encouraging love to flourish in the world? 
Here at Footsteps we are very happy for Harry and Meghan, and wish them a fantastic wedding day and a long, happy life together. Like any family, the royals are much better off if their family members are happy and at peace with themselves. 
Maybe someone in your family listened to their heart when all around them were expecting them to conform to society’s expectations. Perhaps it even divided your family. 
In the run up to Harry and Meghan’s marriage, Footsteps would like to honour lovers. So let’s find out more about your relatives who did something for love. Let’s bring your family back together. 
The world needs more love! 
To do our bit, we are offering you 15% off our Discovery Package and our Connection Package, because our core value is reconnecting families. 
If you enjoyed this blog and it has inspired you to find out more about your family, click HERE to take the next step. 
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