Meghan Markle has definitely changed Prince Harry's life so significantly. Reportedly, he changed his life from a "lost" and "lonely" existence and provided a path for a future whole that included starting a family.
A binding date started it all
The couple was set up in a blind date in 2016 and immediately hit. During an interview with the BBC following their engagement, Markle remarked: "I didn't know much about him and therefore the only thing I asked when he said he wanted to organize us was – I had a question. I said : "Well, is it cute?" Because if he wasn't kind, then it didn't seem to make sense. So we met for a drink then, I think, very quickly in what we said: "What do we do tomorrow?" We should meet again. ""
They got engaged in 2017, got married in 2018 and welcomed their first child, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, in 2019. To say he was a whirlwind is an understatement.
Life before Markle
Before Markle, however, Prince Harry reportedly lived a rather solitary life, as the royal correspondent Roya Nikkhah shared the special Meghan and Harry: The Baby Years: "Harry and Meghan met on a blind date and Harry's life has changed forever".
Biographer Penny Junor added: "I think Harry lost a little when he met Meghan. I think he felt he was getting older, and he needed – he wanted – to settle down. "
He added: "I think he was alone. And his brother e
the sister-in-law had an adorable welcoming family. He loved children, he loved
breaking into the fridge and spending time with them, but wanted it for
himself. So I would say that Harry was a little in the desert. "
Prince Harry had fun with his brother and his family
but I wanted more.
Because Prince Harry and Markle hit him
Junor also had his theories about why Prince Harry was attracted to Markle, pointing out: "Initially I suspected he was probably physically overwhelmed by her and I think he probably realized that they had similar experiences."
He explained: "Both came from broken homes and they
they were both interested in helping people and being a star
already makes their lives much simpler in terms of future together ".
Prince Harry felt "without a rudder"
The royal biographer Katie Nicholl pondered how Prince Harry was alone after leaving his boyish lifestyle behind him.
In his biography of 2017 Prince Harry: Life, Loss and Love, Nicholl recalled how Prince Harry felt "detached, alone and" helmless "before meeting Markle.
Nicholl also shared that Harry heard that his brother had become "boring" in his marriage to Middleton and was worried about himself, observing: "He would say that William became so boring," when in reality William was living the life I think that Harry wanted for himself. I think he was worried that he would be left on the shelf. "
He added: "He told me he hated being alone, especially on
Sunday evening. "
The biographer shared that Prince Harry "was happy that his
the brother was married and had a family. But he lost their friendship and
he emphasized that he was very, very bitter about it. "