Meghan Markle: Will Prince Harry marriage last? Source says ‘it won’t be easy’ due to THIS
MEGHAN MARKLE will soon marry Prince Harry in a royal wedding ceremony at St. George’s Chapel, but will their marriage last? A royal insider says the couple may stay together if Meghan can get used to her new royal life.
Meghan Markle, 36, and Prince Harry, 33, will marry in a royal wedding ceremony less than six weeks away – but will their marriage last?
It is believed the success of their marriage depends on Meghan, according to a royal insider.
The former Suits actress, who comes from Los Angeles, will have to withstand the pressure of royal life if she is to be happy with Prince Harry.
The source said: “I am a fan of Meghan and a few people keep asking me, ‘Do you think it will last?’”
“I think they will stay together if Meghan can handle the pressure of being a royal, which isn’t easy.”
“She will feel the pressure of having a schedule,” he continued.
The source described what an average day might look like for the future royal.
“They will have a private secretary, who will come in in the mornings and give Ms Markle a letter of engagements in the day.”
The source added that Meghan could expect to have as many as five engagements on one day.
“For her, getting used to that will be quite intense.”
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s marriage will last if she can cope with royal duty, said the source
However, he also said that Meghan was a “robust” character, suggesting she might be better qualified than most to deal with the pressure.
Meghan and Harry are both familiar with the idea of divorce, as the children of divorced parents.
Harry’s father Prince Charles divorced Princess Diana in 1996, while Meghan’s parents Doria Ragland and Thomas Markle Jr divorced when she was young.
Meghan, meanwhile, has also been divorced, ending her marriage with film producer Trevor Engelson, 41, in 2013.
Meghan’s divorce was acknowledged on the royal wedding invitation, in a subtle detail.
There is an important detail that many seem to have missed on the invitation, which was circulated on the official Kensington Palace Twitter account.
It seems Meghan’s 2013 divorce from film producer Trevor Engelson has been subtly acknowledged in the wording of the invitation.
A particular phrase denotes the fact that Meghan has already been divorced once before her engagement to Prince Harry.
It is believed the use of the title “Ms” to describe Meghan is the appropriate way to acknowledge a female divorcee.
This is in contrast to Kate Middleton, 36, who was described as “Miss Catherine Middleton” on the wedding invitation circulated ahead of her marriage to Prince William, 35, in 2011.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK
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