Here's what Prince Harry said during his emotional wedding speech
The Royal Wedding was followed and witnessed by millions of people around the world, but only a few selected chosen personalities had the luck of hearing Prince Harry's speech.
Following the wedding, which took place on May 19, 2018, at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle, there were two receptions: one at lunchtime, hosted by Queen Elizabeth II, and one at night, hosted by Prince Charles at Frogmore House.
It was during the lunchtime gathering, which was attended by the 600 guests, that Prince Harry delivered a cheerful and grateful speech, thanking everyone for being there for him and Meghan Markle, as reported by People.
Harry also took the opportunity to thank his family members for the roles played during the ceremony: his brother, Prince William, who was his best man.and his father, Prince Charles, for walking Meghan down the aisle.
Even Prince George and Princess Charlotten where part of the speech for their adorable roles o pageboy and bridesmaid.
But the biggest 'thank you' was reserved for his wife. In fact, when Harry first referred to Meghan as his wife, a round of applause erupted from the crowd.
The 33-year-old Prince honored the new Duchess of Sussex by thanking her for handling everything so gracefully.
From the disappointment of not having her father, Thomas Markle Sr., walk her down the aisle, the staged photographs planned by Samantha Grant, her half-sister, to the verbal attacks conducted by Thomas Markle Jr., her half-brother.
It was the first time he'd spoken about her as his wife https://t.co/kVPamy8oJB— Metro (@MetroUK) May 19, 2018
In his speech, Prince Harry recognized everything endured by his wife, including the particular lessons regarding the Royal Family's History and traditions that she had to attend in order to be prepared for the big day.
The truth is that, despite all the challenges, the Royal Wedding went off without a hitch and everyone had a great time, especially the 200 guests invited to the private evening reception at Frogmore House.