The final three episodes of the Prince Harry and Meghan Markle documentary series were released by Netflix on Thursday. Meghan Markle opened up about her wedding to Prince Harry back in May 2018 and she got herself into a “calm space” ahead of the event while craving a croissant and mimosa. The landmark documentary Harry & Meghan made a splash last week as the first three episodes were released.
Talking about her big day back in 2018, Meghan said all she wanted was a mimosa and a croissant and to play the song “Going to the chapel” and that’s what she did. It was so great, she added.
“I went into this really calm space, I don’t know how I was so calm. I look back and I think, how was I so calm,” the 41-year-old said.
Meghan also said that King Charles also played a key role in preparing for the ceremony, even helping to choose an orchestra. “Him, as my father-in-law, was important to me,” she said.
The Duchess of Sussex recalled how Charles stepped in to walk her halfway down the aisle as her father, Thomas Markle, had been unable to attend the ceremony due to medical reasons.
Harry said, “There was an expectation, right? Diana’s boy It was an expectation to have a public wedding. It was like, Mission complete with William. Now let’s see if this goes the distance with Harry and then we can actually go, Job done.”
Just before their wedding vows, Harry and Meghan were privy to a lovely rendition of Ben E King’s Stand by Me from gospel choir Karen Gibson and the Kingdom Choir. Speaking of the decision to feature a gospel choir in the historic surroundings of St. George’s Chapel, Harry said that Charles helped organize their involvement. “There wasn’t too much pushback,” he added.
Volumes one and two of Harry & Meghan are now streaming on Netflix. Since releasing last week, the show has become Netflix’s most-watched documentary in premiere week, recording a staggering 81.55 million hours viewed. Clearly, the series has drawn criticism from loyal royal fans, and sources close to the royal family have hit back at some of the claims made.