Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's wedding anniversary celebrations are starting to sound more like the ones we have and way less like those of a duke and duchess.
We, quite frankly, love to see it. The couple's second anniversary fell on May 19, not long after they (along with baby Archie) relocated to Los Angeles. A source told Harper's Bazaar additional details about their day, which included less time working and more time relaxing.
Harper's Bazaar royals correspondent Omid Scobie reports Meghan and Harry "enjoyed a low-key anniversary celebration, spending part of the day looking back at their 2018 wedding with a number of people over video calls—including some of the vendors who helped bring their Windsor Castle ceremony and receptions to life." His source said, “They all reminisced about what a beautiful and magical day it was." Hopefully, they were able to squeeze in some family calls to Markle's mom, Doria, Prince Charles, and the Cambridges, as well.
The source also had some details on the food and beverage menu for the day: Mexican and margaritas. There are few places in the country that have Mexican food as amazing as Los Angeles does, so we wholeheartedly approve of this decision. Did they go full Taco Tuesday, or was it more of a burrito and fajita night? We'd love to know. Do you think they went for frozen margs? Is Harry a salt or no-salt guy? Did their pal George Clooney send over a few bottles of Casamigos? These are the important questions we need answered.
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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry recently threw a low-key party at home to celebrate Archie's first birthday. “Meghan made the cake—strawberries and cream,” a source told People magazine in a recent article. “And Harry helped with decorations and blew up balloons.”
We continue to stan these highly relatable royals—and raise a margarita to their two years of marriage.
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