Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Reminisce On Harry's Proposal
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are only falling more and more in love every single day. E! Online claims that Meghan and Harry's two-year engagement anniversary day was today, and part of their celebration for the special date is reminiscing on how they first met.
On Instagram, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex shared three different pictures from their life, one for each important date in their lives. They shared one photo from the engagement photocall, another from their wedding last year, and then the third one of their son, Archie Harrison, whom Meghan welcomed into the world earlier this year.
In a photo taken by Chris Allerton, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were seen sharing blissful laughs together after their ceremony at St. George's Chapel. In November 2017, Harry and Meghan sat down together and gave their first-ever interview, in which they shared the details of their proposal at Kensington Palace.
Speaking with reporters from BBC, Meghan explained it was a very "cozy night," and they were cooking chicken together. She described it as an "amazing surprise," adding that it was incredibly "sweet and natural," when Harry got down on one knee.
While everything seems positive and upbeat in Meghan and Prince Harry's world, especially from the outside, not all has been well for them. Earlier this year, Prince Harry wrote an essay on a website in which he castigated the British press for being relentless in their pursuit of Meghan.
Prince Harry alluded to the death of his mother in 1997, Princess Diana, who was chased down by paparazzi while in Paris, France, and subsequently died in the crash. Harry explained that the last thing he wanted to see was the media do the same thing to his wife and mother of his child.
For the most part, the entertainment industry was overwhelmingly supportive of Meghan. Even Hillary Clinton, the former presidential candidate in the 2016 election, came out and supported Meghan, urging for the Suits alum to simply ignore them and continue doing what's right.
Hillary and Meghan reportedly got together sometime earlier this year.