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Britain / Royal Wedding / Currey Sermon #1124809

CBS Evening News for Saturday, May 19, 2018
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(Studio: Don Dahler) Report introduced.

(Windsor Castle, England: Roxana Saberi) Today's royal wedding in Britain of Prince Harry & Meghan Markle reviewed; scenes show of the royals, the ceremony of the soldier-prince & the American actress, the choir singing "Stand By Me," the guests, the vows, the crowds in Windsor, the carriage ride. [AMERICAN - reacts.]

(Studio: Don Dahler) Report introduced.

(Windsor: Jonathan Vigliotti) The wedding sermon by African American Bishop Michael Currey from Chicago featured; scenes shown. [CURREY - talks about his message.]

Dahler, Don;
Saberi, Roxana;
Vigliotti, Jonathan

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