After the conclusion of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s first royal tour as a married couple, and the announcement of Meghan being pregnant, the adoration from fans only grew.
On November 5 the ITV documentary named ‘The First Tour,’ chronicled the royal couple’s 16-day visit to Australia, New Zealand, and Oceania. Chris Ship’s ITV documentary resulted in fans loving them even more.
One fan wrote:
“I just love this couple even more after watching The First Tour. Beautiful to see Harry and Meghan and this great work they are doing on important causes.”
Monique Wright, an Australian TV presenter who covered their royal tour for Seven Network said:
“I’m now in a love affair with both of them.”
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Fans are more in love with the couple than ever after viewing the documentary about their tour. A fellow viewer wrote that after watching the documentary it confirmed what a lovely inspirational couple they are. Fans took to Twitter and dubbed them the ‘power couple of 2018.’
During every step of their royal tour, Meghan and Prince Harry attracted huge crowds in the hopes of catching a glimpse of their idols, Australian newspapers featured the couple on their front pages since their arrival in Sydney in mid-October, with warm welcomes and congratulatory messages upon the news of Meghan expecting.
Prince Harry and Meghan will make their next appearance at the Festival of Remembrance Service at Royal Albert Hall, which also marks the 100th year since the end of World War I, on November 10. The makings of a special occasion as the event commemorates all those who have lost their lives in battle.
Meghan Markle’s entry into the royal family got widely discussed and criticized when people questioned her suitability as royal, being American, previously divorced, and of mixed ethnicity.
But this brought her closer to Kate Middleton as she can relate in having gotten her fair share of criticism at the beginning of her and Prince William’s relationship.
A shared love for art, history, and culture between Meghan and Prince Charles helped forge the start of a good relationship with her father-in-law.
The Queen is also said to have become fond of Meghan since their first meeting and Kate Middleton have extended an open invitation to Meghan should she ever need anything, even just to chat.
The Duchess of Sussex have made an effort to build relationships with her new in-laws and they have been welcoming and accepting of Prince Harry’s new wife, who is now also expecting their first child.
In anticipation of the arrival of their firstborn, the royal couple got asked by a group of children they shared the Melbourne tram with while in Australia whether they had decided on a name for their baby expected in spring.
The Duchess replied:
“We’ve been given a long list of names from everyone, we’re going to sit down and have a look at them.”Bookmakers have already compiled a list of the most common names fans have guessed for the royal couple’s first child.
The most popular choices for a boy was James, Arthur, Edward, and James. As for girls' names, the one leading by far is Diana, followed by Victoria, Elizabeth, Alice, Mary, and Grace.
But fans will have to wait and see what the royal couple decide on closer to the time of their firstborn arrival.