‘It’s magnetic!’ Meghan Markle and Prince Harry flaunt their ‘genuine partnership’ in joint appearances.


‘It’s magnetic!’ Meghan Markle and Prince Harry flaunt their ‘genuine partnership’ in joint appearances.

MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry’s “underlying energy” has been praised by royal fans in New York and during the Global Citizen Live concert.

After making a joint appearance in New York over the weekend, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were complimented for their “magnetic” bond. Prince Harry wants to “empower” Meghan Markle, according to a royal pundit, and their relationship is a love match. The Sussexes were in town for a three-day visit that included meetings with high-ranking officials and attendance at the Global Citizen Live performance.

“I did enjoy that you could really feel their delight, because I felt that throughout the weekend, especially at the culminating event at Global Citizen,” royal commentator Rachel Bowie told the Royally Obsessed podcast. It was enthralling to witness.” “They are mesmerizing,” WNBC reporter Romney Smith added, “and there is an underlying energy and synergy between them.”

“They held hands for a while since he adores her.”

“I admire how he empowers her; he’s not afraid for her to speak first, to take the stage in front of him, and she has his back.”

“You get the impression that it’s a true, genuine partnership.” You know there are political marriages in the world, and you can tell this isn’t one of them.” Prince Harry first met the Suits actress in the summer of 2016, when they were introduced on a blind date by a mutual acquaintance.

Prince Harry encouraged Meghan to accompany him to Botswana shortly after they met, where they solidified their romance.

Kensington Palace announced their romance in November 2016 after keeping their relationship quiet for the first three months.

The pair confirmed their engagement in November 2017 after an 18-month romance. Prince Harry proposed with a three-stone diamond ring that included a specially selected three-carat Botswana diamond and two additional stones from his late mother’s private collection.

The couple married in St George’s Chapel in Windsor in a televised ceremony, with Prince Charles walking his future daughter-in-law down the aisle.

The Sussexes jumped right into public service after their royal wedding, with Meghan joining the Royal Foundation and collecting a number of her own patronages.

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