Meghan wrote her wedding speech in calligraphy – calling Harry ‘her prince’- and framed it for their first anniversary

Meghan wrote her wedding speech in calligraphy – calling Harry ‘her prince’- and framed it for their first anniversary


MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry have just celebrated their second wedding anniversary, and judging by last year, Harry was in for a thoughtful gift.

While it was reported that the Duke of Sussex had gifted his wife an eternity ring to mark the occasion, the Duchess’ gift had remained under wraps.

But now a source has revealed that Meghan, 38, relied on her calligraphy skills to hand craft her hubby a gift on their first anniversary.

Tying in with tradition of the first year being the paper anniversary, Meghan hand wrote out their wedding speech and had it framed for Harry, according to People.

While it is not known what was exactly said by the bride on her wedding day, she did declare "I have found my prince."

She also spoke about her "special bond" with Prince Charles and thanked the royal family for "welcoming" her.

The Duchess of Sussex has been known for her beautiful handwriting over the years and even taught calligraphy lessons when she worked at the US stationery shop, Paper Source.

Meghan received an eternity ring from Harry, and it was first spotted at trooping the colour by eagle eyed fans last year.

Harry, 35, added a very personal touch by having the Sussex family birthstones added to the piece.

According to Harper’s Bazaar the Prince worked with jewellery designer Lorraine Schwartz to create the ring to mark their first year of marriage.

The bespoke piece incorporated the birthstones of Harry, a sapphire, Meghan, peridot and their son Archie Harrison, an emerald which were placed on the underside of the piece.

A source told the magazine: “Meghan was touched. A lot of thought went into it.”

Writing for Harper's Bazaar, Royal editor Omid Scobie – who is the co-author of the upcoming biography Finding Freedom – claims the couple marked their second anniversary by spending "quality time" with their one-year-old son Archie.

Speaking ahead of the couple's anniversary this week, the source said: "They're not going to be doing any work and made sure they have no meetings or calls in the diary.

"Like everyone else, they are in lockdown at the moment, so they will just be hanging out together at home. But it will still be a lovely day."

To mark their second anniversary, Meghan and Harry have helped to provide 250,000 meals for struggling Brits during lockdown with their  £90,000 wedding donation.

The Sussexes pledged the money raised from their royal wedding TV broadcast to help the Feeding Britain charity. 

In other royal news, Meghan and Harry are "living the fairytale" according to their pal Gayle King.

And we told you how Kate and William didn't publicly congratulate Harry and Meghan on their second anniversary.

Plus Meghan Markle loved learning martial arts her former trainer has revealed – and she chatted to him in Spanish.

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