People are waiting for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's royal wedding to get over so that they can get on with their lives

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry wedding has the UK divided into two- one who love them and others who have had enough.

                            People are waiting for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's royal wedding to get over so that they can get on with their lives
Prince Harry and Meghna Markle (Source:Getty Images)

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding is just a couple of hours away. Most of the people are lined up to see the first look of the couple but there are many out there who are counting down for this wedding to get over. Ever since there have been reports about the royal wedding, many have come forward and expressed their disappointment over the amount of coverage the royal wedding has received. 

Prince Harry and Meghan's wedding as the people divided (Photo by Andrew Parsons - Pool/Getty Images)

Taking to Twitter, people confessed that they wanted the wedding to get over as soon as it could because they wanted to get back to their normal lifestyle. "You tell your kids everyone is equal and how looks and people's clothes aren't important and love is equal and how girls shouldn't be trapped in princessy fairy tales and then you have to explain the royal wedding," one user wrote. 

For others, they found a way to make a game out of the wedding. "Drink shots until you pass out then wake up in an underfunded hospital where you can't get treatment because the government thought it better used to put £30m towards a fucking wedding," another comment read. 

But one thing people found the most problematic was how their everyday life and plan was being affected because of the royal wedding. "Pilot just said #RoyalWedding has delayed the flight. No flights over Windsor during service, so sitting on the runway in Basel. I feel INVOLVED!," wrote one user. 

While another noted, "My flight to Sardinia is being called. I won't know the result of #aflSwansDockers or the Royal Wedding until I land." There were some who made up the mind of not caring about the event at all as they tweeted, "Don't get why everyone's so gassed about the royal wedding, I couldn't give a shit if I tried." Meanwhile, there were few who could not wait to see the newly married couple. 

"It’s 5 am and I’m still at @ShelbyyFree house watching the Royal wedding. What is actually happening right now," one person wrote. While another noted, "This wedding shows how much the world has changed since the last one: so far, conversations about racism, period poverty, mental illness. At a Royal Wedding! I love this couple." At the same time, there are some theatre houses who are screening the royal wedding just for the fans. Looks like the UK has mixed views when it comes to the wedding.