This Tuesday May 19, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are celebrating two years of marriage.
For this, their second wedding anniversary, in the midst of the quarantine due to the coronavirus pandemic, the celebration of the couple will be very simple. As reported by E! News , the spouses will spend the day together, relaxed, focusing only on the love they have for each other.
"They are simply disconnecting," the royalty informant told the media outlet. "No calls, no Zoom meetings, no work. Just hanging out as a family. Keeping things simple," the source said.
Last March, Meghan and Harry left British royalty, and in early May, they celebrated the first birthday of their son, Archie Harrison, with unpublished images of the little boy, so, it is already two special occasions that the Dukes of Sussex are celebrating far of the protocols and customs that were previously obligatory for them.
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It was in 2018 when Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were married in a beautiful ceremony held in St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle.
During her private wedding reception, which was held at the Frogmore house, Meghan Markle broke royal protocol with the closeness she maintained with her 200 guests and how warm she was with people. A guest revealed to People that, "His speech was very well designed and brilliant."
"She is a very warm person," the source added to the post. The detail is that now the Duchess of Sussex must be more serious and not show affection in public, and the guest noted that she did the opposite.
"She has a charming smile and was not remotely distant. She was giving everyone a hug and a kiss," said the informant.
In June 2018, Meghan Markle's father revealed how Prince Harry asked for his daughter's hand.
In an exclusive interview for the show "Good Morning Britain", Thomas Markle explained that it was through a phone call as her daughter told her about her relationship with a member of the British royal family.
"Meghan called me and said, 'Daddy, I have a new boyfriend,' and I said, 'That's great.' ... Then she said, 'It's a prince, it's Harry.' I said, 'Oh! OK.' "Thomas shared on the television show.
About the request for a hand, he said the following: "Meghan told me first. Then they both called me and got on the phone together and Harry asked for his hand on the phone ... I said, 'You're a gentleman. Promise me you'll never raise your hand against my daughter and I give you my permission, '"Thomas noted.
Markle also confessed that he was "shocked" when he learned that one of the most powerful men in the world was dating his daughter and in a gesture of tenderness expressed: "My daughter has been a princess since she was a child so I have no problems with that".
Meghan and Harry currently reside in Los Angeles, and their afternoons are quiet, at home and with the family. However, they have found a way to help their community in this difficult time, distributing meals to people in need, through the Angel Food project.
"What Meghan said is that she wanted to show Harry what Los Angeles was like, through the eyes of philanthropy. It's a beautiful thing," Richard Ayoub, executive director of Angel Food , told People . "Obviously there is a great deal of love and disinterest between them," she added.
The change of country has been hard for Harry, since he is far from his friends, but, fortunately, he and Meghan have each other. In the past, she said that putting aside from your relationship "noise" is what helps you stay connected.
"We have only focused on who we are as a couple," explained Markle, according to E! News . "And so when you remove all those extra layers and all the noise, I think it's really easy to just enjoy being together and leave everything else out."
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