The Fairytale Wedding That Broke the Race Barrier

After marrying an aristocrat, Emma McQuiston will soon become Britain's first black marchioness.
3:00 | 12/23/13

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And McQuistan is not unlike many young women hoping one day to find mr. right. And everything from helping to -- -- thing. But and is dream is coming true because that diamond tiara is made of real dining vehicle -- should -- Her mr. right. It's pretty separates -- There's a real aristocrats. This summer when the glamorous Obama married -- -- CN. The viscount -- She was making history. -- and that's why. Well the wedding was what you might call the -- 355. Guests a staff of almost 200 BofA are taking place on his estate called long -- the biggest private home in England. Granted yes but what made it historic is that that it Emma is breaking every area about to become England's very first black martian -- That's the wife of -- mark quest just one step below duchess. I think it has been received well it's been a -- thing. We'll just to show isn't. There have pretty race doesn't need to determine. You all delightful way you need to be of course it should be irrelevant and I think everybody -- -- that -- the defense last month's men's and women's. It was a thrill of actually because it felt like at Los -- -- -- -- is beginning to say wrapped present in an countries hope.

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