Prince Harry and Meghan Markle got married on May 19, 2018.
Meghan's veil used fabric from a dress she wore on their first date.
The trailer for their Netflix docuseries "Harry & Meghan" features romantic photos of the couple.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle held hands during their first public appearance together in September 2017.
Meghan accompanied Harry to the 2017 Invictus Games in Toronto, where they were seen holding hands, whispering to each other, and smiling.
They grinned at each other when they announced their engagement in November 2017.
Their actual engagement had happened privately a few weeks before at their cottage while they were roasting a chicken.
"She didn't even let me finish, she said, 'Can I say yes, can I say yes?' and then there was hugs and I had the ring in my finger and I was like, 'Can I — can I give you the ring?' She goes — 'Oh yes, the ring!'" Harry told the BBC in 2017.
On their first royal outing as an engaged couple in December 2017, Harry put his arm around Meghan as they greeted well-wishers.
The couple visited a World Aids Day charity fair at Nottingham Contemporary.
Later that day, Meghan put her hand over Harry's.
They stopped inside Nottingham Academy to visit with students and teachers involved in the Full Effect charity program combating youth violence.
They posed for intimate engagement photos in December 2017.
Fashion photographer Alexi Lubomirski took their engagement photos at Frogmore House in Windsor.
"It was an incredible honour to be asked to document this wonderful event, but also a great privilege to be invited to share and be a witness to this young couple's love for one another," he told The Telegraph. "I cannot help but smile when I look at the photos that we took of them, such was their happiness together."
Fiancées aren't usually invited to spend Christmas with the royal family, but Harry asked Queen Elizabeth to make an exception.
The royal family spends every Christmas at the Queen's private estate, Sandringham House, in Norfolk. Fiancées don't usually join the festivities — in 2010, the newly engaged Kate Middleton wasn't allowed to attend. But Harry reportedly asked the Queen to make an exception for Meghan, and they walked arm in arm with the rest of the royal family on Christmas Day.
They showed more public displays of affection on a visit to Scotland in February 2018.
The engaged couple put their arms around each other as they walked through Edinburgh Castle.
Meghan's wedding veil contained her something blue: a piece of fabric from the dress she wore on their first date.
In a clip from "Queen of the World," a documentary about Queen Elizabeth, Meghan revealed that the piece of blue fabric had been her "something blue" on her wedding day in May 2018.
Her 16-foot, silk tulle veil also featured a trim of hand-embroidered flowers each representing one of the 53 counties in Britain's Commonwealth, as well as a California Poppy, which is the official flower of her home state California.
When Meghan reached the altar, Harry told her she looked amazing and bit his lip, making everyone weak in the knees.
People couldn't get over the way Harry said "You look amazing" and bit his lip while gazing lovingly into Meghan's eyes during their wedding ceremony.
Their first kiss as a married couple made the world swoon.
Lip-reader Tina Lannin, director and founder of 121 Captions, told the BBC that Meghan asked Harry, "Do we kiss?" as they left St. George's Chapel after their ceremony. He replied, "Yeah," then leaned in.
A few months later, they locked lips again at a charity polo match.
The couple kissed at the trophy presentation of a charity polo match at the Royal County of Berkshire Polo Club. The public display of affection was something Kate Middleton and Prince William rarely do because of his position as heir to the throne.
Harry appeared to help Meghan with some royal protocol at Trooping the Colour in June 2018.
Instagram user harry_meghan_updates posted a video that appeared to show Meghan asking "Do it?" as the Queen arrived, and Harry appearing to respond "Yes" to let her know it was time to curtsy.
Royal protocol requires all members of the royal family to curtsy to the Queen upon seeing her — as well as any other members of the royal family that rank above them — for the first time that day as a sign of respect.
Meghan used a pet name for Harry while meeting the cast of Hamilton in August 2018, and they couldn't get over how adorable it was.
The pair traveled to Australia in October 2018, where they shared an umbrella in a rainstorm.
Harry and Meghan visited Dubbo, a drought-stricken region of Australia, but brought a rare rainstorm with them.
Harry lent Meghan his coat on a stroll through Rotorua, New Zealand.
Meghan wore a black puffer Norrona coat while walking through Whakarewarewa Forest in Rotorua, New Zealand. It looked identical to the one her husband wore when the couple walked through Abel Tasman National Park in Wellington, New Zealand, two days before.
Meghan and Harry greeted fans with their arms around each other on a walkabout in Birkenhead in January 2019.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were in Hamilton Square to unveil a plaque for a new sculpture honoring poet and soldier Wilfred Owen as well as pay a visit to several local charities.
Meghan leaned into Harry while visiting Morocco in February 2019.
Meghan and Harry visited a secondary school in Asni to meet with students and teachers.
After Meghan gave birth to Archie in May 2019, Harry gushed to reporters about how much he loved his wife in his first interview as a father.
"I haven't been at many births," he joked. "This is definitely my first birth. It was amazing, absolutely incredible, and, as I said, I'm so incredibly proud of my wife. As every father and parent will ever say, you know, your baby is absolutely amazing, but this little thing is absolutely to-die-for, so I'm just over the moon."
He added, "It's been the most amazing experience I could ever have possibly imagined. How any woman does what they do is beyond comprehension."
Two days later, Meghan joined Harry for an official photo-call with their newborn son.
The beaming parents introduced their son, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, to the world at St. George's Hall at Windsor Castle.
They were all smiles when they brought Archie on a trip to Cape Town, South Africa, in September 2019.
Harry and Meghan brought Archie to meet Archbishop Desmond Tutu and his daughter Thandeka Tutu-Gxashe at the Desmond and Leah Tutu Legacy Foundation.
On that same trip, Harry fixed Meghan's hair when it got stuck in her collar.
It wasn't the first time Harry was filmed covertly fixing Meghan's hair on a royal engagement — he smoothed down her hair from the wind during her charity cookbook launch in 2018.
Photographer Samir Hussein captured this "one in a million" shot of Meghan and Harry smiling at each other under a shared umbrella in March 2020.
The couple attended the Endeavour Fund Awards in March 2020 — it was their first joint public appearance after announcing that they would be stepping back from royal duties and giving up their official royal titles. Hussein's photo of the couple smiling together in a dramatically lit rainstorm quickly became an iconic symbol of their new chapter.
"It was pouring down with rain, which can be very tricky when shooting flash photography and also meant Harry and Meghan would be under an umbrella, which usually means it's hard to get clean photos of the couple," Hussein shared a statement with British GQ magazine. "Little did I know these elements would come together so spectacularly to produce a timeless image of the couple."
At one of their last royal appearances before stepping back from their official duties, Harry's suit lining matched Meghan's green dress perfectly.
Harry's green suit jacket lining was customized to match Meghan's Emilia Wickstead dress for the Commonwealth Day Service at Westminster Abbey in March 2020, one of their last royal appearances.
In their bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey in March 2021, the couple held hands as they shared their reasons for stepping back from the royal family.
Harry said that Meghan saved him in helping him leave the royal family, "without question," but Meghan felt that Harry saved them all.
"I mean, I think that's lovely. I would disagree," she said. "I think he saved all of us, right? He ultimately called it and was like, 'We've got to find a way for us, for Archie. And you made a decision that ... certainly saved my life and saved all of us. But, you know, you need to want to be saved."
Meghan wrote a children's book inspired by Harry and Archie's relationship.
"The Bench" is about the connection between father and son as seen through a mother's eyes, inspired by Harry's relationship with Archie. Released in June, it became a New York Times bestseller.
"'The Bench' started as a poem I wrote for my husband on Father's Day, the month after Archie was born," Meghan was quoted as saying in the press release. "That poem became this story," she added.
In an appearance on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" in November, Meghan revealed that she and Harry snuck out to a Halloween party before their relationship was public.
In her first major television appearance since her interview with Winfrey, Meghan told DeGeneres that she and Harry went to a Halloween party before their relationship was public, using the holiday to cover their true identities.
"He came to see me in Toronto," she said, adding that Harry's cousin Princess Eugenie and her now-husband Jack Brooksbank accompanied the Duke of Sussex on his visit.
"The four of us snuck out in Halloween costumes to just have one fun night on the town before it was out in the world that we were a couple," Meghan told DeGeneres.
Meghan told DeGeneres that no one at the party knew she and the royals were in attendance.
"It was a post-apocalypse theme, so we had all of this very bizarre costuming on," she said of the party through laughter. "We were able to just sort of have one, final, fun night out."
Meghan and Harry kissed onstage at the opening ceremony of the 2022 Invictus Games.
Harry, who served in the British Army, founded the games in 2014 as an international sports competition for injured military veterans.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex spoke during the 2022 opening ceremony in The Hague, Netherlands, touching on the particular "bravery" of the competitors from Ukraine, according to a video tweeted by Reuters.
The first trailer for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's Netflix docuseries features romantic never-before-seen photos from the couple's relationship.
According to Netflix, "Harry & Meghan" will see the couple "share the other side of their high-profile love story."
The synopsis reads: "Across six episodes, the series explores the clandestine days of their early courtship and the challenges that led to them feeling forced to step back from their full-time roles in the institution."
The first trailer for the docuseries featured romantic photos from throughout Meghan and Harry's relationship, including a rare photo from their wedding reception.
The series will consist of six episodes and will be released on Thursday, December 8, royal author Omid Scobie wrote on Twitter, though the release date hasn't been confirmed by Netflix, Insider's Eve Crosbie and Maria Noyen reported.
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