I am so pleased with how he stepped in to stroll Meghan down the aisle, says Harry as he and William give candid interview about their relationship with their father

  • When it was clear Meghan wouldn’t have her reclusive father Thomas Markle to help her on her huge day, Harry went to his
  • Harry: ‘He’s our father so after all he’s going to be there for us’
  • William: ‘I need to be my very own man and take my very own model… It’s necessary that every technology does issues a bit bit in another way’

Rebecca English, Royal Correspondent for the Day by day Mail

Prince Harry says his father didn’t hesitate to step in after the Duchess of Sussex’s father pulled out of strolling her down the aisle in Could.

Thomas Markle determined to not journey from his Mexico residence after being humiliatingly uncovered for colluding with a paparazzi photographer within the run-up to the nuptials.

When it grew to become clear that Meghan wouldn’t have her reclusive father to help her, Harry went to his.

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Talking in a documentary to mark Charles’ 70th birthday, Harry says: ‘I requested him to and I feel he knew it was coming and he instantly mentioned “Sure, after all, I’ll do no matter Meghan wants, and I’m right here to help you”.

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Prince Harry says his father did not hesitate to step in after the Duchess of Sussex’s father pulled out of walking her down the aisle in May

Prince Harry says his father did not hesitate to step in after the Duchess of Sussex’s father pulled out of walking her down the aisle in May

Prince Harry says his father didn’t hesitate to step in after the Duchess of Sussex’s father pulled out of strolling her down the aisle in Could

Millions of viewers were left deeply moved as the prince turned to his father and said, ‘Thank you Pa’, as Charles completed the walk down St George’s Chapel at Windsor with Meghan on his arm

Millions of viewers were left deeply moved as the prince turned to his father and said, ‘Thank you Pa’, as Charles completed the walk down St George’s Chapel at Windsor with Meghan on his arm

Thousands and thousands of viewers have been left deeply moved because the prince turned to his father and mentioned, ‘Thanks Pa’, as Charles accomplished the stroll down St George’s Chapel at Windsor with Meghan on his arm

When it became clear that Meghan wouldn’t have her reclusive father to support her, Harry went to his

When it became clear that Meghan wouldn’t have her reclusive father to support her, Harry went to his

When it grew to become clear that Meghan wouldn’t have her reclusive father to help her, Harry went to his

‘For him that’s a unbelievable alternative to step up and be that help, and you recognize he’s our father so after all he’s going to be there for us. I used to be very grateful for him to have the ability to do this.’

Thousands and thousands of viewers have been left deeply moved because the prince turned to his father and mentioned, ‘Thanks Pa’, as Charles accomplished the stroll down St George’s Chapel at Windsor with Meghan on his arm.

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Charles’s spouse, the Duchess of Cornwall, says: ‘That was very touching. However afterwards watching it on the tv, I feel it was a stunning gesture.’

William says in the documentary: 'I want to be my own man and take my own style, my own passions and my own interests my way, and do things slightly differently'

William says in the documentary: 'I want to be my own man and take my own style, my own passions and my own interests my way, and do things slightly differently'

William says within the documentary: ‘I need to be my very own man and take my very own model, my very own passions and my very own pursuits my approach, and do issues barely in another way’

The second-in-line to the throne adds: ‘It’s important that each generation does things a little bit differently.’ (Above, with his father and Harry at a commemoration ceremony in northern France in 2017)

The second-in-line to the throne adds: ‘It’s important that each generation does things a little bit differently.’ (Above, with his father and Harry at a commemoration ceremony in northern France in 2017)

The second-in-line to the throne provides: ‘It’s necessary that every technology does issues a bit bit in another way.’ (Above, along with his father and Harry at a commemoration ceremony in northern France in 2017)

Prince William insists he needs to take his personal path in life.

The second in line to the throne says: ‘There are such a lot of issues I love about my father – his work ethic, his passions … however personally I need to be my very own man and take my very own model, my very own passions and my very own pursuits my approach, and do issues barely in another way.

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‘It’s necessary that every technology does issues a bit bit in another way.’

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