Prince Harry and Meghan show different side to themselves when they thought cameras were off
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Harry and Meghan can be seen giggling and gazing lovingly into each other’s eyes and make silly faces as they joke around and hold onto each other’s hands.
This is beyond adorable.
We can only imagine what they’re chatting about; could it be how Harry first saw Meghan’s picture in which she had the iconic Snapchat dog filter, or how Harry was late for their first date?
While the interview is famous for giving the world a deeper look into the pair's love story, former actor Meghan recently called it an ‘orchestrated reality show’.
In case you missed the couple’s documentary series, Harry & Meghan, which has been a huge hit for Netflix, the mum-of-two explained how the interview came to be.
“It was, you know, rehearsed,” Meghan said in the third episode of the series. “We did the thing out with the press, then we went right inside, took the coat off and did the interview. So it’s all in that same moment.”
The former Suits star said they were given a heads up about what would be asked and what would be expected of them.
This could mean the few moments in between were a respite from their planned interview.
“We weren’t allowed to tell our story because they didn’t want it,” Meghan added.
During the famous BBC interview, the Duke and Duchess discussed the ring Harry used to propose.
The redheaded royal popped the question on a blanket in Kensington Palace’s north garden while surrounded by electric candles.
"The ring is yellow gold, because that’s [Meghan Markle’s] favourite, and the main stone itself I sourced from Botswana, and the little diamonds either side are from my mother’s jewellery collection to make sure that she’s with us on this — on this crazy journey together,” Harry revealed during the BBC interview.
“The inclusion of that and, obviously not being able to meet his mom, it’s so important to me to — to know that she’s a part of this with us,” Meghan gushed.