Meghan and Harry enjoyed a whirlwind of two years of romance that culminated in a lavish wedding at St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle on May 19.
Morton explained in her book & # 39; Meghan: A real princess & # 39; that the real couple met when the 37-year-old actress was in London promoting the new season of the American television thriller Suits.
Meghan Markle arrived in the capital on June 30, 2016 and met with Prince Harry the next day, and before his first appointment he had been anxiously asking his friends "if he was nice and nice".
Describing the "first intoxicating meeting," Mr. Morton said: "They were mesmerized for each other, Harry captivated by their beauty, sophistication and perception.
"She understood him as a man, not a title." As he confessed later, he realized he would have to improve his game.
Meghan had stayed at the luxurious Dean Street Townhouse hotel in Soho, while Harry was returning to his house in Nottingham Cottage at Kensington Palace.
They agreed to meet again the next day, but Morton revealed in the book that Meghan was worried that she was so eager to accept Harry's invitation.
He added: "Both were buzzing.
"While she was reliving that fateful night in her mind, perhaps she wondered if she was too eager to accept his invitation to meet again the next day.
"Stay with class, Mrs. Markle."
The mutual love of the couple really took off from there, with the Kensington Palace announcing on November 27, 2017 that they were committed to getting married.
Just six months later, they were married to become husband.
"Many long-distance couples apply the twenty-one day survival rule to make sure they see each other at least every three weeks.
"Harry and Meghan manage every fourteen days."
But according to Mr. Morton, the long distances traveled began to take effect, with the jet lag "the main enemy."
He added: "Meghan used to get to Toronto and go directly to the set of Suits to start filming."