#Blackroyalwedding: The choir, the cellist and Michael Curry

The Most Rev Bishop Michael Curry, choir conductor Karen Gibson and cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason
Image caption The Most Rev Bishop Michael Curry, choir conductor Karen Gibson and cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason

As Prince Harry married Meghan Markle, there was a lot of comment from American people about black influence on the wedding ceremony.

It combined elements of a traditional royal wedding with black culture.

In the US, people have used the hashtag #BlackRoyalWedding and welcomed the diverse feeling of the wedding.

Top terms tweeted were "gospel choir", "Sheku Kanneh-Mason" and "Martin Luther King".

This tweet had nearly 10,000 retweets and over 40,000 likes:

Elliot Conner in South Carolina welcomed the various elements of the wedding:

Others drew attention to the diverse feel of the wedding in general:

Black guests at the royal wedding included Idris Elba, Oprah Winfrey and Serena Williams.

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Image caption Idris Elba arrived holding hands with his fiancee. Sabrina Dhowre, dressed in a varsity-striped dress and jacket. Oprah Winfrey entered behind in an elegant pale pink dress with lace detailing at the neck

American Bishop Michael Curry captured the world's attention with a long and powerful address.

The Chicago-born bishop spoke passionately about the power of love, quoting Dr Martin Luther King Jr.

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Media captionUS Bishop wows with wedding address

As a result of his speech, Martin Luther King has been trending on Twitter all day. This is one of the most popular tweets.

Karen Gibson and The Kingdom Choir performed Ben E King's soul classic Stand by Me during the service.

People loved 19-year-old cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason.

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Image caption BBC Young Musician 2016 Sheku Kanneh-Mason said he was "bowled over" to be asked to play at the wedding

Tanya Kersey and Melanie Williams Oram sum up the sentiments of thousands of people.

And Remy √Čtienne LeBeau wishes the US would follow suit.

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