Royal wedding preacher Michael Curry leads march against Donald Trump in Washington

Martin Coulter
Rev Curry led a candlelight vigil outside the White House: AP

The minister who delivered a rousing sermon at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding last night led a march against Donald Trump's 'America First' agenda.

Bishop Michael Curry, who became an internet sensation with his eccentric soliloquy on the power of love, delivered another speech at an anti-Trump rally on Thursday.

According to Sky News, he said: "Love your neighbour. That's why we're here.

"Love the neighbour you like and love the neighbour you don't like. Love the neighbour you agree with and the neighbour you don't agree with.

Rev Curry stands opposite the White House (AFP/Getty Images)

"Love your Democrat neighbour, your Republican neighbour. Your black neighbour and your white neighbour, your Anglo neighbour, your Latino, your LGBTQ neighbour."

Bishop Curry leads fellow clergy on the march on the White House (REUTERS)

It is thought around 2,000 people attended the service, followed by a candlelit procession from the National City Christian Church to Lafayette Square - opposite the White House.

Leaders of the march are then said to have formed a prayer circle, where they took turns reading a declaration rejecting President Trump's 'America First' ideology as "xenophobic".

Reverend Curry became the unexpected star of the royal wedding last week, leaving Brits up and down the country delighted and occasionally bewildered during his flamboyant 12 minute speech.

The Royal couple themselves struggled to keep it together as the speech went past the five minute mark.