More than two years after the link, the details of the ceremony that united the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, the confession of the bishop of Meghan and Harry wedding left everyone surprised.
St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle on May 19, 2018 was the setting for the marriage of the son of Princess Diana and American actress Meghan Markle. Millions of people closely followed the link.
Bishop confession of Meghan and Harry wedding
African American Bishop Michael Bruce Curry (67), of the Episcopal Church of the United States, had a special participation in the great event.
During the celebration, he spoke of understanding between human beings and recalled Martin Luther King, a faithful defender of Human and Civil Rights.
“After preaching the sermon, I remember it was like I could feel slaves around the place,” he admits. “I do not want to scare anyone with this, but I felt the presence,” he completed.
The religious from Chicago told them at the altar, that May 19, two years ago:
“The love that has brought and will unite Prince Harry and Mrs. Meghan Markle comes from God, and is the key to life and happiness.”
Bruce Curry is also involved with social issues about immigration, the fight against racism and gender violence.
At the royal wedding, the bishop gave a 14 minute speech while the African-American hymn Balm in Gilead was played. He said that Queen Elizabeth made a “kind” gesture by including it because it was a song that slaves sang to alleviate their misery.