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Why can’t Prince William and Catherine Middleton marry in the temple instead? If they did get married in the temple will this hurt their image and their reputation?Does D&C 76:75 apply to this by their actions?

Wondering,

Dear Wondering,

I have a simple answer to your question concerning Prince William and his new bride. They are not LDS and therefore can’t get married in the temple.

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Book of Mormon, King BenjaminIn England, it is required by law to have a public wedding. If they were LDS, they’d have their wedding first, then a sealing ceremony at the temple.

Also, King Mosiah and King Benjamin come to mind as examples of Kings who were faithful to the end.

Gramps

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