Video from Meghan Markle wedding shows Prince Harry swore on Live TV

Video from Meghan Markle wedding shows Prince Harry swore on Live TV

Video from Meghan Markle wedding shows Prince Harry swore on Live TV

Two years after their fairy tale wedding, who would've thought life would be like this for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry?!

"They're so cute, they're like father and son", Katharine shared.

Harry and Meghan tied the knot at St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle on May 19, 2018. She was even spotted hiking with Meghan and Harry near Vancouver Island during their six-week Christmas break in 2019.

They told Vanity Fair " s Katie Nicholl: "The past year has been pretty epic and all the changes they have lived through and gone through are huge.To be honest they're only just coming up for air'.

Although the wedding anniversary was a low-key event, fans of the couple took to social media to share throwback pictures and videos from their big day. "I saw her and was like, 'Who is this gorgeous girl?' She was just so stunning and there was just something about her, and that's how we met", Abigail previously told ET about the start of their friendship.

"No calls, no Zoom meetings, no work".

Last year, the royal family marked the Sussexes' first anniversary with a sweet tribute post on the Royal Family Instagram page, and now royal fans are anxious to see if the royals will do so again.

No one in the royal family wished Harry and Meghan a happy anniversary.

Meghan has spoken in the past about just taking some time out.

'Like everyone else, they are in lockdown at the moment, so they will just be hanging out together at home, ' says the source. 'But it will still be a lovely day'.

The couple stepped down from their royal duties on March 31 after announcing their decision to do so in January.

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