During their first joint public outing, Megan Markle and Prince Harry knew what the rest of the world did not know.
According to the new book “The Search for Freedom: Harry and Megan and the Creation of the Modern Royal Family”, when the couple made their first public appearance together at the 2017 Toronto Games, they were already engaged to get married, according to People magazine.
Markle and Harry, now 38 and 35, met in 2016 on a blind date.
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During their big weekend, Markle even missed a very subtle hint that Harry was already her fiancé.
She wore a simple white shirt with a down button – a style often referred to as a “men’s shirt” – to people.
In November, the couple revealed their engagement, but some agreed on the exact date when Harry asked the question.
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“It happened a few weeks ago, earlier this month, here in our cottage; it’s just a typical night for us,” Harry said in an interview about his future pet.
“It’s simple – simple [was] an amazing surprise, it was so cute and natural and very romantic, – added Markle. – He got on one knee.
The Search for Freedom chronicles the lives of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, studying everything from the beginning of their romance to their historic announcement of Megxit.
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In a statement received earlier from the mission, spokesman Markle and Harry said the two “did not interview and did not contribute to the” search for freedom. “