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The Royal Wedding’s US preacher could be heading to Australia on tour

American Reverend Michael Curry found himself as a fish out of water at the Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

And the Episcopalian Bishop could soon find himself in unfamiliar surrounds yet again.

After shooting to international fame, the charismatic 65-year-old may be heading to Australia on a speaking tour, according to The Herald Sun.

G’day, mate! According to The Herald Sun, Reverend Michael Curry could be heading to Australia on tour… after his stirring sermon stole the show at the Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

The paper claims celebrity agent Max Markson is ‘heading to New York to close the deal’ with Reverend Curry. 

The tour will reportedly be titled ‘The Power of Love’, with savvy Max hoping to include a gospel choir to join the Bishop on stage.

It comes a fortnight after his 14-minute sermon at the Royal Wedding became an internet sensation.

The power of love! It comes a fortnight after his 14-minute sermon at the Royal Wedding became an internet sensation

The power of love! It comes a fortnight after his 14-minute sermon at the Royal Wedding became an internet sensation

Viral: Reverend Curry's sermon drew amused responses from members of the Royal Family

Viral: Reverend Curry’s sermon drew amused responses from members of the Royal Family

Standing at the pulpit, the Chicago-native referenced Martin Luther King Jr. and slavery during his lengthy speech, which drew amused responses from members of the Royal Family.

Speaking of how he thought his sermon went, Curry later told the Today show that he had no idea of the impact it would have.

‘When I was finished I sat down and said to myself ‘I hope that was okay’,’ he said. 

Hallelujah! Since the wedding, the unlikely star has also appeared on Good Morning Britain and The View, and has been spoofed on Saturday Night Live

Hallelujah! Since the wedding, the unlikely star has also appeared on Good Morning Britain and The View, and has been spoofed on Saturday Night Live

‘I didn’t know but I knew that they had asked me to come and that’s me so I showed up,’ he added.

Since the wedding, the unlikely star has also appeared on Good Morning Britain and The View, and has been spoofed on Saturday Night Live.

Last week, the father-of-two attended a Reclaiming Jesus rally in Washington DC,  a protest held by senior Christian leaders in protest of President Trump’s  ‘America First’ policies.  

Happily ever after: While the world tuned in to watch Harry marry Meghan, Reverend Curry stole the show 

Happily ever after: While the world tuned in to watch Harry marry Meghan, Reverend Curry stole the show 

 



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