Meghan and Harry ask senior US Bishop to give address

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"I'm thrilled that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have asked Bishop Michael Curry to preach at their wedding", Welby wrote on Twitter.

Curry said he would "celebrate and pray for" the royal couple ahead of their wedding next Saturday.

According to his biography on the Episcopal Church's website, Curry graduated with high honors from Hobart College in Geneva in 1975.

They have recently announced who will be giving the address at the wedding. Saint James congregant Hope Smith was interested in the Royal Wedding before, but says now it will be a must-see with the Bishop Curry speaking.

Curry, who became the first African-American presiding bishop following his election in 2015, acknowledged the request in a statement. From the guest list to the wedding dress, here's everything you need to know about this year's biggest royal wedding. Curry, from Chicago, will give the address - a sermon - at the event in Windsor.

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The Most Reverend Michael Bruce Curry, who was ordained in Buffalo, will join two British ministers in officiating the service.

Harry and also Markle's range of an American pastor is just a fracture out of royal custom.

Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, the chief of the Church of England and non secular head of the Anglican Communion, gave his blessing to Curry's invitation. " @PB_Curry is still a brilliant pastor, magnificent preacher and somebody else using a wonderful gift for sharing that the fantastic news of Jesus Christ".

He also hit the headlines in 2012 for a sermon called "We need some insane Christians" in which he discussed the notion that Jesus was "crazy" and that his followers need to be too.

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