Prince Harry and Meghan Markle recounted the early stages of their romance and how their relationship unfolded in their Netflix documentary, Harry & Meghan. They also got candid about what they were going through on their wedding day.
Prince Harry Accused Of Being A 'Bit Misogynistic'
In one episode of Harry & Meghan, director Liz Garbus asked the Duke of Sussex, "What was going through your head when you saw her coming," referring to the time he was at the later while looking at Markle walked down the aisle toward him.
"Look at… Look at me, look what I got," he said before Markle interjected, laughing: "Oh my gosh."
He continued, "Look what I… look what I found… The world was watching us, but when we were actually at the altar, as far as I was concerned, it was just the two of us."
Daily Mirror's royal editor Russell Myers picked up on Prince Harry's statement. According to him, the prince was "a bit misogynist," but he quickly corrected himself.
"He qualified himself afterwards because he realised it was a bit misogynistic. He definitely had to pull the handbrake up on that one," Myers said while speaking to Zoe Forsey for their Pod Save The King podcast, Express reported.
Forsey argued that Prince Harry's recollection was "really lovely", and Prince William's brother only shared "what went through his mind when he saw her looking absolutely beautiful in that gorgeous gown."
What Did Meghan Markle Say About Her And Prince Harry's Wedding?
Markle also shared what she was feeling on their big day. According to her, everything was "surreal."
"The whole thing was surreal," Markle said about walking down the aisle. "It was at that moment, I could also see H."
"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 to play the song, Going to the Chapel. And that's what I did — it was great."
The former Suits star also got candid about their relationship. Markle said they were "good at finding each other."
"H and I are really, really good at finding each other in the chaos. When we find each other, we reconnect to [be] like: 'Oh it's you. It's you,'" she said. "It's not that the rest of it doesn't matter, but…The rest of it feels temporary."
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tied the knot on May 19, 2018, in Windsor Castle.
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