The Queen of England stands by her urgency about her grandson's signing of a prenuptial agreement after learning some recent news. As the new fiancée to Prince Harry of Wales, Meghan Markle has taken over the press. While millions are eager to witness the marriage of Prince Harry and Meghan, there are some who are taking precautions; one of whom is Harry's grandmother, The Queen of England.
Before the engagement to Prince Harry in November 2017, Meghan was known for her acting on the American television series, "Suits." Meghan, a former Canadian resident, has come a long way since her days of playing on the beaches in sunny California.
In her early 20s, Meghan played smaller parts in shows such as "General Hospital" and "CSI: New York". She also made several appearances on the hit game show, "Deal Or No Deal" as one of 'The Briefcase Girls'. Shortly thereafter, she was signed to play her most prized roll yet, as paralegal Rachel Zane on "Suits."
In the midst of her early acting career, Meghan was introduced to actor and producer, Trevor Engleson. They dated for seven years and then tied the knot in September of 2011. The marriage was brief and the couple divorced in August of 2013. After Meghan’s divorce, she focused solely on her acting career. Friends who know her have shared that Meghan remained very composed after her divorce. With her work ethic and drive, she’s managed to keep herself quite busy with humanitarian work.
In 2016, Meghan was introduced to Prince Harry, who is currently fifth in line to the throne of England. Only three years after her nine-year relationship to Trevor ended, Meghan and Harry were getting along quite well. The couple dated for 18 months before making their engagement public.
On November 27, 2017, Prince Harry and Meghan announced their engagement. The two have since set their wedding date for on May 19, 2018. Prince Harry seems to not care whatsoever, which is an admirable quality for the soon-to-be husband.
Meghan’s previous marriage might be why The Queen is apprehensive about encouraging their marriage without a signed prenuptial agreement. In early December, The Queen suggested Harry sign one as a form of protection from any wrong turns that the marriage might take. Meghan was very hurt by The Queen’s suggestion. The Queen, however, was simply looking out for her grandson.
We hope that The Queen and Meghan can make amends, especially before the May 19th wedding. The Queen might just be looking out for her family, but to be fair, everyone has a past.