Prince Harry, duke of Sussex, and Meghan Markle, duchess of Sussex, during a visit to the Canada House in London. On January 7, 2020 By Clara Carlesimo
It is from their home of Los Angeles as Meghan Markle and prince Harry celebrated their second wedding anniversary. For the occasion, the duchess was offered an exciting present at her husband.
The month of may was responsible for the Sussex. Confined in their abode is a penthouse in Los Angeles, Meghan Markle and prince Harry have celebrated two special days. On may 6, last, first. On this day, their little Archie blew its first candle. The occasion for the happy parents to reveal an adorable video of a little boy posed on the lap of his mom reading a book to children. Less than two weeks later, on 18 may, it is this time an anniversary couple that they have celebrated since it was a battery two years ago that Meghan Markle and prince Harry had said “yes” to life. Forced Confinement, the Sussex have spent this day quietly and in the family”, as revealed a source to Vanity Fair : “They’re going to disconnect, enjoy one another, their son Archie, and rethink these last two years”. Despite the sobriety of the celebration, prince Harry as Meghan Markle is are spoiled.
If the duke of Sussex has opted for “a huge and beautiful bouquet of roses and a ring”, Meghan Markle has preferred a far more personal and emotional. On the 18th of may last, she is used to reconstruct the place where they fell in love in 2016. “She has re-created the camping in Botswana in their back-court, described one of their loved ones in the columns of People. It is a place that has so much for them – and for Harry in particular – then Meghan wanted to bring him this happy place on the same day. Then, she installed a tent, has brought sleeping bags, prepared the dinner and he recreated the Botswana where they fell in love.” Prince Harry had revealed in 2017 they travelled together in Africa after just two dates in London : “And it is about three, maybe four weeks later that I managed to persuade her to come join me in Botswana”.
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“And we have camped out together under the stars. She came to join me for five days there, which was absolutely fantastic”, thought the prince Harry. The couple returned to Botswana in 2017 to help dr. Mike Chase of Elephants Without Borders to be closer to the majestic animals while helping in the conservation effort. And if Meghan Markle has given trouble to enchant her husband, it is because they have the habit of make adorable gifts. “They love to have their own point of view on the wedding gifts traditional, said another close to the couple to People. For their first wedding anniversary, it was the paper. Meghan has written the speech for marriage and has been mentor for him.” This year, the two have also offered items in cotton, a symbol of “the way you become more connected over time”.
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