Closer Weekly: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Enjoyed Romantic Meal for Their 2nd Anniversary
A month of celebrations for Meghan and Prince Harry - as the royal couple got romantic for their second wedding anniversary, mere weeks after baby Archie turned 1.
It's been two months since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle reportedly took up residence in the $18 million Tyler Perry mansion in sunny Los Angeles, and they already made tons of new memories in their new home.
May 19, the couple's wedding date, fell on Tuesday this year, and both made sure to clear their calendars for the day to spend time with each other, according to a source that spoke with Closer Weekly.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attend the Commonwealth Day Service 2020 at Westminster Abbey on March 9, 2020, in London, England. | Source: Getty Images.
After putting Archie to bed, Meghan and Prince Harry made the most of their alone time by cooking and enjoying a romantic meal together. The rest of the evening, the love birds spent in nostalgia, as the source added:
"And spent the evening reminiscing about the amazing experiences they’ve had together and going through all their old photos.“
Meghan and Prince Harry had only left the safety of their compound on occasion to do volunteer work around Los Angeles amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. Apart from that, the couple kept their profile "low-key" while sticking to remote meetings and video calls.
The first two years of their marriage had been as eventful as their first two years together after their first meeting in November 2016. Sparks flew, and so did Prince Harry's proposal a year later, when the couple blushingly announced their engagement in November 2017.
A few short months after they tied the knot at St. George's Chapel, the royal couple announced they have a baby on the way right at the start of their first major overseas tour to the lands down under in October 2018.
On May 6, 2019, Prince Harry and Meghan officially became parents with the birth of Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, and the proud parents made sure that he got to spend time with his grandparents via FaceTime calls on his first birthday earlier this month.
Even though his royal parents had to cancel his original 1st birthday celebration plans, they still made sure that Archie had a grand time with animal-themed cupcakes and plush toys.
With the royal couple carving out a new life for themselves, Meghan Markle will reportedly plan her schedule around Archie's needs, which includes plenty of quality time with his mom.
Choosing to raise Archie without a royal title, and without the need to take royal matters into consideration, Meghan has more freedom to immerse herself in the kind of parent she wants to be for her son.