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13 April 2024

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are 'deeply happy'


Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are "deeply happy" in their relationship according to a source who claims the romance "just works".

The 32-year-old royal and his actress girlfriend have been dating for a little under a year, and it seems their romance is going from strength to strength as sources suggest the pair are doing great together despite factors that could put a strain on their relationship, such as the long distance when Meghan is filming in Canada for 'Suits'.

A source said: "Despite the distance, the media attention and everything else, there's a real ease to their relationship. It just works. They are deeply happy."

Meghan, 35, has been thrown into the spotlight since the pair went public with their relationship in the autumn last year, but the insider says the added media attention hasn't brought her down at all.

They told People magazine: "She is incredibly cool and down to earth. She has a wonderful warmth to her and a bright smile. It's very easy to see why Harry was so drawn to her."

Meanwhile, Meghan is scheduled to return to Canada for "filming commitments" over the spring and summer, so has been determined to spend as much quality time with the flame-haired royal before she returns to work.

A source recently said: "They spend a lot of time watching movies at Harry's and cooking new dishes. Meg is a great cook and sends Harry out to posh food shops. She has even added a few feminine touches such as scented candles and soft furnishings."

The couple are also reportedly planning on moving in together, and Meghan believes a move to London will be "inevitable" as Harry will need to continue his royal duties.

The insider added: "They're trying to spend as much time together as possible as Meg has filming commitments over the spring and summer. But she feels that a move to London is inevitable as their relationship becomes more serious."