Bishop Michael Curry reveals all about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's love. Curry opens up about the moment he knew it was the real deal.
The Look Of Love
The royal wedding was the most anticipated event of the year thus far, watched live by millions of people all over the world.
There were several moments of note on the day, from Prince Harry's reaction to seeing his bride for the first time to their all-important first kiss as husband and wife, and many things in between the wedding ceremony and reception.
Bishop Michael Curry's rousing sermon was a particular standout, however. Chatting at the 2018 VH1 Trailblazers event, he admitted when he knew the happy couple was truly in it for the long haul.
"You could see it. They actually love each other. They really do. They look at each other like they love each other. ... Their love brought the rest of us together," he told Us Weekly.
The Power Of Love
The strength of their connection with each other actually powered his instantly iconic sermon. Curry explained that Prince Harry and Markle's big day brought together people from different countries, religions, classes, and everything in between.
"Their love, even if it was just for a few moments, showed us the power of what unselfish love that gives itself to another can actually do," he explained.
As to whether he felt the pressure partaking in the biggest moment of the year, Curry revealed that he only got stressed every now and again.
He's used to running the show at weddings, and being on a global scale didn't faze him. In the end, he treated the couple like any other, ignoring everybody watching around the world.
Markle and Prince Harry have more than proven their love in the time leading up to and immediately following the royal wedding, as well as obviously during the ceremony. Just recently, in fact, he very suavely saved her from falling over.
The two tied the knot at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle on May 19. The Most Reverend Curry's powerful speech caught people off guard, given how passionate it was.
Choosing Curry to lead the ceremony was seen as groundbreaking in general. However, he noted himself that the wedding brought together all different kinds of people to welcome a woman of color, American, and divorcee Markle into the royal family.