Do you know how much time elapsed between the announcement of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s engagement and their wedding day? (Black Press Media File).

QUIZ: A celebration of weddings

How much do you know about wedding traditions and famous marriages?

June tends to be a popular month for weddings in Canada.

While large gatherings are not allowed this summer as a result of physical distancing directives, couples are still choosing to say “I do.”

Take some time to test your knowledge with a dozen questions on weddings and marriage.

Good luck.


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