In an interview with Oprah Winfrey, the actress claimed to have married three days before the public event, when she exchanged vows with her husband in the exclusive presence of the clergyman
Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, denied having performed the marriage between the prince harry e Meghan Markle three days before the official ceremony at United Kingdom. This Wednesday, 31, the clergyman acknowledged that he had a series of private pastoral meetings with the duke and duchess, but stated that the legal marriage was on May 19, 2018. “On that day, I signed the marriage certificate. It is a legal document and I would have committed a serious crime if I had not done it that day, ”he told the Italian newspaper La Repubblica. The archbishop’s statement clarifies some questions that arose after a controversial interview between the couple and presenter Oprah Winfrey. During the recording that was broadcast by the American television station CBS, Meghan Markle says that she exchanged vows with Prince Harry in private, before Archbishop Justin Welby, three days before the public event. “Three days before our wedding, we got married,” said the Duchess. “Nobody knows. We called the archbishop and said to him: ‘This will be the spectacle for the world, but we want a moment just for both of us’ ”, he added.