Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
Elton John reportedly canceled two gigs to attend Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding. Pictured: Prince Harry and Markle leave the 'Endeavour Fund Awards' Ceremony at Goldsmiths Hall on Feb. 1, 2018 in London. Getty Images/Ben Stansall

Elton John is keen on attending Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding.

According to Daily Express, John is currently playing the Million Dollar residency at Caesars Palace. However, the "Can You Feel The Love Tonight" will not be performing on May 18 or May 19.

Earlier on, the "Candle in the Wind" singer was asked if he would be performing in the "Suits" actress and Duke's wedding. But John said that he was not asked for it.

"I haven't been asked, I'm playing in Vegas so I don't know what is going to happen," the singer said.

In related news, in January, John confessed on ITV's "Lorraine" that Prince Harry was "totally in love" with his fiancée.

"Well, I spent some time with him in Sicily last summer, and I could tell that he was totally in love," John said during the interview (via People). "He didn't really discuss much personally, but he said 'I'm in love,' and I thought, good for you."

John also mentioned Prince William, who has been married to Kate Middleton for seven years already. According to the "Your Song" singer, the Duke of Cambridge is as happy as the groom-to-be.

"Both those boys seem to be ecstatically happy," John explained. "And that's all you want people to be, no matter who they are."

In related news, Markle's sister Samantha Grant announced that their father will be giving a speech at her royal wedding. It was reported earlier that the "Horrible Bosses" actress will give a speech because his father is unlikely to give one.

"A father speaking at a wedding is not patriarchy, it is poetic justice," Grant said. "A proud and loving father should not be denied of the joy of speaking at his daughter's wedding. He wants to speak and it's his right as a father."

Grant also debunked the reports suggesting that Markle's mom, Doria Ragland, would walk her down the aisle. According to Grant, their dad would do it. Grant's claim has been supported by Sunday Express royal Editor Camilla Tominey.

"We were told by Kensington Palace in an initial briefing that her father would be there and was expected to walk her down the aisle, so I think we've got to go with that," Tominey said.