Two months after Prince Harry's wedding to Meghan Markle, Sir Elton John still isn't over the powerful marriage ceremony (and honestly, neither are we.)
"It was very, very wonderful to be there. To have a black gospel choir, a multiracial bride, a black cellist, who was wonderful, a preacher—it felt like a party, and it felt like progress had been made. Thank god, thank god," John told CNN in a new interview.
"You go back and watch The Crown and things like that, and in the 1950s Princess Margaret wasn't allowed to get married (to Group Captain Peter Townsend) because he was divorced. Look how far we have come in that respect."
John, who was a close friend of Prince Harry's mother, Princess Diana, was not only a guest at the royal wedding this spring, but he also performed at the reception, singing a number of songs including "Tiny Dancer" and "Circle of Life."
Over the years, John and Prince Harry have also become quite good friends, bonding not only over Princess
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