“You know, three days before our wedding, we got married,” Meghan said. “No one knows that. We called the archbishop and we just said, ‘Look ― this thing, this spectacle is for the world.’
The Duchess of Sussex said the two tied the knot in their “backyard with the archbishop of Canterbury.”
“Just the three of us,” Meghan said as Harry echoed her and sang, “Just the three of us.”
The “Suits” actor and British royal later walked down the aisle again at St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle on May 19, 2018, in front of 600 of their closest family and friends.
“It felt like more than a wedding,” the media mogul said at the time. “It felt like a shift in culture. I left more hopeful.”
Oprah’s CBS primetime special interview is the first for Harry and Meghan since they announced their intention to step back as working members of the royal family in January 2020.
Bombshells from Oprah, Harry and Meghan’s interview:
Meghan says there were racist concerns over Archie’s skin colour ― before he was born.
The Duchess of Sussex said she contemplated suicide and was denied help.
The palace reportedly wouldn’t “tell the truth” to protect the Sussexes.
Harry says he felt “trapped within the system” of the royal family.
Meghan says Kate Middleton made her cry, despite reports saying the opposite.
Harry and Meghan dropped a wedding bombshell at the very beginning of the interview.
Harry heartbreakingly compared his wife’s plight to that of his late mother, Princess Diana.
Meghan and Harry told Oprah the sex of their second child!
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