Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are in the limelight after a new photo of the pair has been released posing just before delivering a keynote address at the One Young World Summit during their recent visit to the UK. Their “fun moment” was captured by friend and frequent photographer Misan Harriman, who posted the image on Instagram. The famous photographer also released a new solo photo of Meghan from One Young World’s flagship event, along with the caption, “From the archives, MM in Manchester just before attending @oneyoungworld.”
In her speech, Meghan reflected on her life before the royal family and recalled her history with One Young World, where she has been a counselor since 2014. She joined — “young, ambitious, and championing what I believed deeply and deeply.”
Alongside her philanthropic work, Meghan has led a successful career in Hollywood, having a recurring role on the American legal drama Suits, to the point where she became a counselor on One Young World. While it’s common knowledge that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were linked for humanitarian aid, royal experts say the Los Angeles native’s acting career also played a role in their love bond. claim to be.
In the 2018 Channel 4 documentary When Harry Met Meghan: A Royal Romance, royal writer Katie Nicholl said: [Harry] I fell in love [Meghan’s character] Rachel Zane met Meghan two years ago and the reason I know is because I was drinking with one of his friends. ”
Nicole claimed the prince called Meghan his “ideal girl” two years ago when they met through a mutual friend. The couple’s love story began when they first dated in London’s Soho in the summer of 2016.
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“It was like Harry was in a trance,” Meghan called one of her girlfriends. she asked.”
The next night, Meghan and Harry met again for a romantic dinner. And the next night, the then-actress ran down the streets of London to Kensington Palace, where Harry was living at the time.Six weeks later, the prince invited Duchess Meghan for a trip to Botswana.
Harry has since spoken about how important his trip to Africa was to his future relationship with Meghan. has always found hope on the continent, in fact for most of my life it has been my lifeline, where I have found peace and healing over and over again.
“This is where I have felt closest to my mother, where I have sought solace after she passed away, and where I have found my soulmate in my wife. And that is my work.” That’s why a lot of the is based there.”
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They got engaged just a year after they first met in the capital, and Meghan was introduced to life as a royal when she attended the official engagement and family Christmas at Sandringham, the first royal engagement she will do. became a person.
Tens of millions of people around the world listened to the Sussexes’ royal wedding in May 2018. Since then, they have welcomed two children (3-year-old Archie Harrison and 1-year-old Lilibet Diana) and left royal life behind for a new start in California.
The couple have spent much of their four-year marriage in the public eye, but the Duchess of Sussex claims there is a side to their relationship that “people didn’t get to see.” increase.
In an interview with New York-based magazine The Cut in August, Meghan said:
A documentary series with Netflix, confirmed by the Duchess in September, is speculated to explore their “love story.”
She went on to quote what she said was the end of a speech she gave at her and Harry’s wedding, taking comfort in the “sound of knowing love wins above all else.”
In a recent interview with Variety magazine, Meghan said of the series: we would have said that But that’s not why we’re telling you that. We leave our story to someone else.
Referring to the Sussexes’ projects, including her podcast Archetypes and Harry’s long-awaited memoir, the Duchess added: