Prince Harry and Meghan Markles unique wedding anniversary celebrations exposed

Meghan Markle is TV royalty, and her husband Prince Harry is the real thing, so you might imagine they had some extra-luxe plans for their second wedding anniversary in May last year.

But the Covid-19 pandemic has put limits on even the wealthiest of us. According to an updated epilogue included in the new edition of Finding Freedom, Meghan and Harry enjoyed a very low-key celebration.

The happy couple marked their first 24 months together quietly, at the Los Angeles home of their friend Tyler Perry, with a takeaway and some homemade cocktails.

They avoided visiting a restaurant, as many people did at the time, for fear of picking up or passing on the potentially deadly virus.

In the book, authors Carolyn Durand and Omid Scobie reveal: "With a restaurant outing off-limits, the couple had to get a little creative in May for their second-anniversary festivities at home, spending part of the day looking back at their 2018 with a number of people who had been part of the wedding festivities, including vendors that had helped bring their magical Windsor Castle ceremony to life.

"They capped off the day with a Southern Californian favourite: Mexican food ordered from a popular local restaurant, washed down with margaritas (alcoholic for him, nonalcoholic for her)."

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The exact content of Harry and Meghan’s Mexican feat has not been divulged, but it’s well known that the former Suits star tries to stick to a vegan diet during the week, with one or two "cheat days" at the weekend.

"I try to eat vegan during the week and then have a little bit more flexibility with what I dig into on the weekends," she told Best Health in 2015.

Meghan likes to make sure the whole family eat healthily, but she is especially careful with her own diet.

In Finding Freedom, the authors reveal: "Her morning ritual started with a cup of hot water and a slice of lemon, followed by her favourite breakfast of steel-cut oats (usually made with almond or soy milk) with bananas and agave syrup for sweetness."

A typical mid-day meal for Meghan would be an omelette with cheese, fresh herbs and a side of toast.

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But in case you thought the Duke and Duchess were having no fun at all, don’t worry. They do find time for n occasional treat.

"I am a big fan of Sunday suppers," she told Today.

"Whether we're eating lamb tagine, pot roast or a hearty soup, the idea of gathering for a hearty meal with friends and family on a Sunday makes me feel comforted."

It's been a year like no other for the Queen from the loss of her husband to heartache over Prince Harry. But Her Majesty has also had a lot of cause for celebration, including the birth of baby Lilibet. To mark what a year the Queen has had, OK! Magazine is bringing you a limited edition collector's issue. Get your hands on it here.

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