The Truth About Air Freshners At Royal Wedding

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According to Robert Jobson Duchess Meghan asked for air-freshening atomizers to be sprayed in the 550-year-old St. George’s Chapel. This request was seen to be especially excessive, “ridiculous”,over-the-top” and even insulting to the royal family’s own judgment about what odors are tolerable during church services, a source explained to the Daily Mail.

“Apparently Meghan didn’t like the smell of the chapel, which, as you would expect, is a little musty,” the source told The Daily Mail. “It’s not unpleasant at all, though.”

I don’t believe a request of that nature had been made before.”

Jobson portrays the request to scent the chapel as out of this world, something that has never been done before. Upon closer examination Jobson is proven to be a LIAR. The facts and the truth are not on his side. Jobson is a henchman in the smear campaign against the Duchess of Sussex.

Boston Herald Reports:

Then again, perhaps this is a case of a royal newcomer facing a double standard; Kate Middleton was allowed to apply her favorite orange blossom scent to her 2011 wedding to Prince William in Westminster Abbey.

Hello Magazine reports:

Kate asked to have orange blossom candles burning in Westminster Abbey when she married William in 2011.The candles came from the London-based Jo Malone perfume and candle brand.

Harper’s Bazaar reports:

Luxury fragrance brand Diptyque has revealed that they scented the royal wedding, after Meghan Markle and Prince Harry personally chose a selection of fresh and floral fragrances, perfect for spring, for the momentous occasion.

The brand’s iconic candles and room sprays helped scent the spaces where the Duke and Duchess of Sussex prepared for their special day, and the fragrances were also used to enhance the beautiful surroundings of St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle.


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