Bishop Michael Curry thought he was being PRANKED when he was asked to deliver Meghan and Harry’s wedding address

The US minister’s sermon about the power of love became an internet hit and went viral.

Bishop Michael Curry has revealed that he thought he was being pranked when he was invited to oversee Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding.

The US minister’s sermon went viral after he spoke passionately about the power of love.

But he was convinced someone was pulling an April Fools joke on him when he was first asked to be a part of the big day.

Speaking on today’s Good Morning Britain , he said: “I thought someone was doing an April Fool on me.”

But he was convinced someone was pulling an April Fools joke on him when he was first asked to be a part of the big day.

Speaking on today’s Good Morning Britain , he said: “I thought someone was doing an April Fool on me.”

“We’re going to sit down, we gotta get y’all married!” he told Prince Harry and Meghan and their wedding guests.

By the end, he was referring to Harry and Meghan as “my brother, my sister,” and telling them “God love you, God bless you”

Later he said: “Two young people fell in love and we all showed up.”

Meghan and Harry tied the knot on Saturday, and the ceremony was watched around the world.

The sermon got everyone talking, and even blew Prince Harry away.

After Curry finished his speech, Harry turned to his bride and said: “Wow”.

* Good Morning Britain airs weekdays from 6am on ITV

Written By: Vicki Newman

First Published 22.05.18: https://www.mirror.co.uk/tv/tv-news/bishop-michael-curry-thought-being-12575742

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