The 70-year-old wife of Prince Harry's father, Prince Charles, was blown away by how "positive" last weekend's ceremony was. During a visit to Britain's Channel 5, she told reporters: "We were all wondering what was going to happen next and then everything went just right. It's nice to have something positive rather than something depressing. Everything was just perfect, including the weather which couldn't have been better it was a beautiful day the only thing is we are all losing our voices now."
It appeared Camilla was referring to the controversy surrounding the bride's father, Thomas Markle, not being present on the big day. He was unable to attend due to urgent surgery and said he "will always regret" not being able to attend his daughter's wedding. The American told celebrity portal 'TMZ' shortly after the wedding: "My baby looks beautiful and very happy. I wish I was there and I wish them all the love and happiness. The service was beautiful and it's history. I will always regretting not being able to be there and holding my daughter's hand. My baby is a duchess and I love her so much. Watching your child get married fills your every thought, every memory since that day, when it was born, the first time I held her. Now I'm praying that Harry and Meghan can have a nice honeymoon and can rest and relax and that all my relatives just shut up about everything."