Prince Harry praised his father Prince Charles for the passage of Meghan Markle's walk down the passage
Prince Walesa followed Mrs. Meghan Markle down the Quire of St.. George's Chapel. Image: @ ClarenceHouse / Twitter
LONDON – Prince Harry gave praise to his father for entering Duke's Meghan's dad walking a former actress down the street on the wedding day.
Sussex, 34, was grateful for the "preservation" of his father who strengthened the role of the royal wedding at Windsor Castle in May, after the 37-year-old Duchess Thomas Markle was forced to withdraw from giving his daughter because he had to undergo heart surgery in the United States -in.
In the documentary, Prince, son and heir: Charles in the 70s, who is on BBC One on Thursday, says Harry: "I asked him and I think he knew he was coming, and he immediately said," Of course, I will do whatever Meghan needs and I'm here to support you. " # 39;
"It is a fantastic opportunity for him to raise and support, and you know he is our father, and he will, of course, be there for us.
"Just because he is my father who does not mean I can just go," Okay, that's all, I'll take it out of here. "
During the ceremony in the chapel of St. Juraj, Harry – who expects her first child with an ex-actress – could hear saying "thank you," as his father handed over the bride.
Charles's wife, Duchess Camilla, admitted that it was a "touch" moment she only saw when she watched her wedding on television.
She says, "I think it was very straightforward, I was sitting where I was, you could not hear what he said, but after watching it on television, I think that was a nice gesture."
The 71-year-old king also praised his wife – who was 70 years old on November 14 – to be sure that Meghan's mother, Doria Ragland, was involved by taking her with him to sign the register and admit that she felt that people did not they only understand "how is" Charles ".
She says, "Seeing that my husband really accepts the bride's mother for signing the registry, that's something that has moved all over.
"That's what works behind scenes that people do not know about. I do not think people realize how good it is."
Prince, son and heir: Charles in the 70s broadcast on BBC One at 21 o'clock.