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Prince Harry gave Meghan a ‘warning’ just before their relationship went public.

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Apparently, the Duke of Sussex, Harry gave his wife, Meghan a warning before their royal relationship went public.


Yes, that’s right.

Just before their romance was revealed to the world, Prince Harry told his then-girlfriend, Meghan that their lives would immediately change. And, they would never be the same again.

That could be enough to give someone cold feet.

But of course, Meghan and Harry are head over heels in love with each other. And so, this ‘warning’ didn’t seem to have any effect on the former Suits star’s feelings.

As a member of the British royal family, the Duke of Sussex, Harry is one of the most recognisable faces in the world. When their relationship became public knowledge, the American actress was immediately thrust into the limelight.

Also read: All The Things Meghan Markle Did In Her First Year As A Royal Girlfriend.


A new book on the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan.

Meghan: A Hollywood Princess is a biography penned by Andrew Morton. In the book he shares how Prince Harry gave his other half a warning prior to breaking the news to the world.




According to Express.co.uk, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle celebrated with a glass of wine and toasted each other. But, there was a serious element to the meeting.

Prince Harry warned his then-girlfriend that their lives would never be the same again.

And, after hearing about what all changes will come to their lives, the 37-year-old agreed with it immediately. And now, she has adjusted very well to the huge change in her life.

Also read: Why A “Baptism Of Fire” Awaits Meghan Markle?



On the night of the ‘warning’ and the cute little toast, Harry had apparently been told that rumours of their relationship were circulating. This meant that they couldn’t keep it under wraps any longer.

The next week, they released an official statement via Kensington Palace and the rest, as they say, is all history.

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