Meghan and Harry 'more in love now than ever' as Duke 'hits jackpot' with 'soulmate'


The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are said to be planning to renew their vows across the pond four years after tying the knot in the UK. A source claimed Harry and Meghan are “proud of everything they’ve got through together” and the ceremony would be a “beautiful way to underline that”.

The insider added that while the Sussexes are very busy with their reported docuseries for Netflix, they will “make time” to renew their vows.

The insider told Heat magazine: “Things are going to be beyond hectic with the docuseries and other priorities.

“They’ll make the time, though, and they’re both super excited to do this.

“They’re more in love now than ever, and proud of everything they’ve got through together these past four years.

“Saying their vows again is a beautiful way to underline that.”

The source added that Harry believes he has “hit the jackpot by landing an American for his soulmate”.

They said: “The more Harry sees of the beautiful corners of the States, such as Jackson Hole in Idaho and the islands off the coast of Florida and Maine, the more his mind’s blown by what a beautiful country it is and how he’s hit the jackpot by landing an American for his soulmate.”

Harry and Meghan wed in a spectacular ceremony in Windsor in May 2018.

But less than two years after their royal wedding, they quit royal duties for a new in California.

The Sussexes are now reportedly planning to renew their vows in America before the end of the summer.

The insider said: “They’re looking at various venues and figuring out the type of ceremony they want, as well as how many guests to invite.”

It comes as Harry and Meghan are living in Montecito with their two children Archie and Lilibet.

It comes as Harry and Meghan are living in Montecito with their two children Archie and Lilibet.

The pair met in July 2016 when Meghan starred in Suits.

They announced their engagement in November 2017 following a whirlwind romance.

But less than two years after tying the knot, Harry and Meghan announced their Megxit decision in January 2020.

They officially ended royal duties in March 2020.

The Sussexes returned to Britain with their children for the first time since Megxit for the Platinum Jubilee celebrations in June.

And they are set to travel to the UK next month to support “several charities close to their hearts”.

Express.co.uk has contacted Archewell for comment.



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