Under the radar dating
The two showed sweet PDA, cuddling at their table and holding hands, and at one point, Harry even "busted out with some dance moves" and "Meghan looked on adoringly at him." They attended another big wedding together a couple of months later — well, sort of.
In May, Kate Middleton's sister Pippa married James Matthews in England, and though it was initially reported that Pippa had bent the rules to allow the unmarried couple to attend, we didn't see Meghan there at all.
Meghan first met Prince Harry in Toronto (where Suits is filmed) while he was launching the 2017 Invictus Games back in May.
According to Us Weekly, "They had gotten on when they first met but it was just as friends," but then "developed romantic interests in each other and, before you knew it, they were texting every day." By the end of the month, Meghan began following Harry's private Instagram account.
In October 2016 it was reported that Harry is so "besotted" with Meghan that he introduced her to his father, Prince Charles.
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"We were very quietly dating for about six months before it became news, and I was working during that whole time, and the only thing that changed was people's perception. I'm still the same person that I am, and I've never defined myself by my relationship." Prince Harry will host the annual Invictus Games in Toronto in late September, and multiple sources are reporting that the event is where he and Meghan will finally make their first official appearance as a couple.
It makes sense, seeing as its where they first met in 2016.