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The royal wedding: Fairy tale or 'Game of Thrones'?

A royal romance. A fairy-tale affair. A love story for the ages.

Run-up coverage to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding has sounded more like an ad campaign for a new Barbie Princess franchise than coverage of a 21st century union between two live adults.

Amid news of broken talks between North and South Korea and the massacre of 60 Palestinian protesters, we've learned, whether we want to or not, that the couple's wedding invitations were printed on British paper by a 1930s die press using

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