Bishop Michael Curry fighting Prostate Cancer

Getty image: Prince Harry and Meghan’s Royal Wedding Bishop Michael Curry is fighting with prostate cancer

Bishop Michael Curry — the man who told Prince Harry and Meghan “love is the way” — is now dealing with a prostate cancer diagnosis.

The African-American diocesan says he found out a few months ago, during an annual exam, he has prostate cancer … and he’s now decided on a course of treatment.

According to TMZ, he’ll undergo surgery next week to remove his prostate gland, and anticipates taking 4-6 weeks to recuperate … before getting back to work.

Curry says, “I am happy to say that the prognosis looks very good and quite positive.”

The bishop’s “love is the way” homily stole the show at the royal wedding and brought him international fame. We saw him in NYC getting swarmed by fans the week after the ceremony.


Despite the surgery, Bishop Curry claimed he does not feel jittery and does not anticipate any changes to his commitments.

He is scheduled to speak at a fundraiser for Day1 Media Ministry in Atlanta on September 6.