On May 19th, in their new home in Beverly Hills, joined only by their son Archie, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle quietly celebrated their second wedding anniversary.
The couple is still self-isolating due to the ongoing pandemic, so for their special day, the two stepped away from any kind of work, not having any meetings, Zoom calls or conferences, and instead spend some quality family time. Despite the current crisis preventing the couple from having a bigger celebration, the two still managed to do some romantic gestures to one another.
The two even exchanged gifts. Meghan made a special card for her husband, which according to some reports, had a “beautiful, sentimental message inside expressing her love for him.” Before starting off her career as an actress, Meghan was a part-time calligrapher, a skill she most definitely put to use for this. The Duchess was quite proficient at it, which resulted in her having impeccable handwriting, as we have seen on multiple times over the years, so we have no doubt that the message she wrote to Harry is a real work of art.
Prince Harry also had things planned for his wife, including a ‘huge’ bouquet of roses (we hope he remembered to put in her favourite peonies), as well as a ring. He did the same thing for their first anniversary, giving Meghan a ring that he made with the help with famed jeweller Lorraine Schwartz that is fitted with birthstones for Prince Harry, Meghan and Archie.
We can’t believe two years have passed since that magical day at St George’s Chapel. Harry and Meghan have gone through lots of changes during this time, from moving to Frogmore Cottage and welcoming their first child, Archie, to stepping down from their royal roles and moving again, but this time from the U.K. to North America, before finally settling down in Los Angeles. At the moment the trio is living in Tyler Perry’s sprawling Beverly Hills mansion, but the couple is looking for a permanent home of their own on the West Coast.