Details of what their first official trip overseas as a married couple will entail are yet to be unveiled, but the couple are said to be excited to experience the "rich culture" of Ireland.
"As he said, it cost him, really, the trip to go walk his daughter down the aisle because all the stress and pressure from his own bad behavior boiled over and he couldn't get the flight".
He said he broke the news to Harry, Meghan and one of their security staff about definitely calling off his United Kingdom trip just before being admitted to hospital with heart problems for a second time.
"Meghan cried, I'm sure, and they both said "Take care of yourself".
Saying he had prepared a speech for the big day, Markle said he had hoped to regale wedding guests with the story of how he had told her about "this nice British guy" before thanking the royal family for welcoming her.
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Although Prince Harry and his father-in-law have never met in person, the Duke of Sussex was traditional in his approach of asking for Meghan's hand in marriage.
He said he was "jealous" but "honoured" Prince Charles ended up walking Meghan down the aisle in his place.
"My daughter is very intelligent", he said. I was looking to change my image.
"I was complaining I didn't like Donald Trump. I have my politics", Markle said.
Markle, who has yet to meet Prince Harry face-to-face, said their initial phone conversations were "very comfortable", even when delving into controversial subjects such as Brexit and U.S. President Donald Trump.
He joked: "I don't think the stork has hit the air yet but it will happen sooner or later".
"They were disappointed", Thomas said. They're great and I love then dearly.