THan Duke of Sussex has shared a nice insight into how his father told him that he would do "what Meghan needs" on their wedding day when he agreed to go up the hall.
The duke who married Meghan Markle on May 19 at Windsor Castle said that the prince of Wales immediately agreed to escort the bride after her father pulled out of the wedding.
In a flight of tribute he said that he was "very grateful" to his father to enter.
The Prince had entered the 11th hour after the bride's father, Thomas Markle, resigned from attending the wedding which cited disease after he had been conspired with paparazzi.
The duke of Sussex, as he has been known since the wedding, told his father's BBC: "I asked him and I think he knew it came and he said immediately," Yes, of course, Meghan needs and I'm here for to support you ".
"For him, it's a great opportunity to get up and be the support, and he's our father so obviously he'll be there for us."
Asked about the moment the cameras in the chapel made him speak "thank you Pa" to the prince as he escorted Mrs. Markle to the altar, he laughed, "I've got well done. You have to say thank you.
"Just because he's my father, that does not mean I can only go," Okay, that's all I'll take it from here ".
"I was very grateful for him to be able to do that."
The Duchess of Cornwall, who had seen the ceremony in the chapel's church, where she and the Prince had their own wedding blessed in 2005, said: "I think it was very touching.
"Sitting where I was, you could not hear what he said. But afterwards watching it on tv, I think it was a lovely gesture.
"Many people who see my husband actually take the bride's mother [Doria Ragland] To sign the register, there is something that touched everyone.
"These are the things he does behind the scenes that people do not know. I do not think people realize how nice he is."
Currently, in St George's Chapel, won much praise from the British public as one of the most eager moments in the prince's later life.
He has said that he has formed a close relationship with the duchess of Sussex and helps the couple choose the music for their wedding.
Ragland, who sat alone in the neighborhood at the wedding, also met the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh and Cambridges in Britain for the wedding and has long been invited to join her only daughter in an official commitment to launch her cookbook.
The duke and duchess of Sussex has recently announced that they expect her first baby in the spring, with the excited prince admitting that she has roasted the news "several times".