Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were ‘reflective’ on their second wedding anniversary and feel ‘after the’ epic year ‘are only coming to the skies,’ the source tells Vanity Fair
- Prince Harry, 35, and Meghan Markle, 38, marked the second wedding anniversary
- The duke and duchess would have been ‘quite reflective’ during their party
- The couple spent the day ‘enjoying family time’ at an $ 18 million mansion in Beverly Hills
- Friend of the couple told Katie Nicholl: ‘The past year has been quite epic’
- Proceeded to reveal that Prince Harry and Meghan are ‘just coming for air’
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle had a ‘reflective’ second wedding anniversary after they felt they were ‘just catching their breath’ from an ‘epic year,’ a friend of the pair revealed.
The Duke, 35, and Duchess of Sussex, 38, marked their anniversary ‘enjoying family time’ yesterday with their son Archie, one, at Tyler Perry’s $ 18 million home in Beverly Hills, where they currently reside.
A friend of the couple has now revealed how they felt ‘quite reflective’ about the big day after a year of ‘huge changes’.
They said Vanity Fair ‘s Katie Nicholl: “The past year has been quite epic, and all the changes they’ve been through and been through have been tremendous … To be honest, they’re only just coming to air.”
Prince Harry, 35, and Meghan Markle, 38, were ‘pretty reflective’ on their second wedding anniversary yesterday after ‘an epic year,’ a friend told Vanity Fair’s Katie Nicholl
The friend explained that the couple wanted to spend the day ‘mostly offline’ with their son Archie and just ‘enjoy each other’.
Two years after their wedding day, the source said they are both “in a really good place.”
They added that by “speaking out” and removing themselves from “a poisonous situation,” they could have created a life where they could “flourish.”
The couple, who were busy organizing various charitable foundations, made sure they didn’t make any job calls yesterday, two years after they got married in Windsor Castle.
The friend revealed how the Duke and Duchess of Sussex feel they are ‘just coming up’ after a year of massive change (pictured, in January shortly before announcing their plans to step down from royal duty)
“The day is just going to be quality time with each other and as a family,” a source told the couple Harper’s Bazaar“Omid Scobie, author of their upcoming biography Finding Freedom.”
The source revealed that they were very busy working on various charities and continued, “They are not going to do any work and have made sure they don’t have meetings or calls on the agenda.”
“Like everyone else, they’re locked right now, so they’ll just hang out at home together,” the source said. “But it will be a wonderful day.”
Last year, the official royal family accounts were the only family members to pay tribute to the couple’s first wedding anniversary, writing at the time, “ Wishing The Duke and Duchess of Sussex a very happy wedding anniversary.
The couple marked the day at Tyler Perry’s $ 18 million mansion where they currently reside with their son Archie
“It has been a year today since Their Royal Highnesses exchanged vows at St George’s Chapel on the grounds of Windsor Castle.”
However, this year their focus remained on the Queen’s future garden parties, while Kensington Palace, Clarence House and the other official accounts remain silent.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex married two years ago on Saturday, May 19 in the Chapel of St. George with the entire royal family in the company, along with many celebrities, including George Clooney and Robbie Williams.
The source, who revealed that they were very busy working on various charities, continued, “They are not going to do any work and have made sure they don’t have meetings or calls on the agenda. (recently seen in a Zoom call)