Meghan Markle opens up on the morning of her wedding as Netflix show features new snaps | Royal | News

The Duchess of Sussex revealed she was extraordinarily calm on the morning of her nuptials, on May 19 2018. Recalling her special day for Netflix, Meghan said: “On the day of our wedding, it’s like I went into a really calm space. I don’t know how I was so calm. I look back and, ‘How was I so calm?’

“And all I wanted was a mimosa, a croissant and, uh, to play the song, ‘Going to the Chapel’. And that’s what I did. And it was great.”

The Duchess went on to express her astonishment at the excitement shared by people on the day of her wedding.

Revealing she would have never predicted the streets would be lined up with thousands of royal enthusiasts, the Duchess said: “So I knew that when I got to the actual castle… How funny is that to say? ‘When I got to the castle for my wedding.’

“Um, that there’d be tons of people. What I didn’t know was people would be lining both sides of the street. I mean, this was a 15-minute drive.”

On her way to St George’s Chapel, Meghan shared the car with her mum, Doria Ragland.

Pictures taken on the day showed mother and daughter smiling widely and waving at the cheering crowds.

The Duchess continued: “Me and my mom were like, ‘What is going on? Look at all these people!'”

Meghan and Harry’s nuptials were attended by hundreds of people, including their friends, A-listers and members of their families.

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The Duchess also touched upon the absence of her father, Thomas Markle Snr, and King Charles’s involvement in her ceremony.

Referring to the fallout with her dad, Meghan said: “Harry’s dad is very charming. And… I said to him, like, ‘I’ve lost my dad in this.’

“So, him as my father-in-law was really important to me. So I asked him to walk me down the aisle and he said yes.”

Charles’s involvement in the ceremony was also discussed by his second son Harry.

He said: “My father helped us choose an orchestra, which made all the difference.”


Speaking later about the decision to have a gospel choir singing during the nuptials, Harry added: “There wasn’t too much pushback on that.

“Everyone was like, ‘Gospel choir. Wonderful idea. That’s great.’ And again, more help from, from, uh, from my dad on that one.”

Chiming in, Meghan added: “Yeah, said that they could just take the best people from certain gospel choirs and put them together. And that’s how the Kingdom Choir came to be, and they’re great.”

Recollections about the Sussexes’ weddings were accompanied by a series of never-before-seen snaps from the wedding, reception and the evening party.

In one photo, Prince Harry can be seen raising his glass for a toast, while in another Ms Ragland laughs wholeheartedly while standing next to Queen Camilla.

The Princess of Wales chatting and the late Queen Elizabeth II standing among the guests at the reception were also featured in the docu-series-

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