Meghan left their first date after an hour
Harry actually rocked up to their first official date in London 30 minutes late (and flustered, he admits), and then Meghan left only an hour later to meet up with some friends. Leave them wanting more, as they say!
Undeterred though by the length (or should we say lack of length) of their first in-person meeting, Meghan rung Harry the very next night asking if he wanted to grab dinner last minute to back the most of her final night in London.
And thus would commence their cross-continental relationship.
Harry can't remember many of his early years with his mother.
''I think I blocked them out,'' Harry admits to the camera.
His loaded confession tugged at heartstrings around the world as he discussed the ongoing trauma of her death.
''But I always remember her laugh.''
Their last night of freedom was Halloween 2016
In a sweet story montage, the loved-up couple admitted that they were able to keep their relationship under wraps for almost six months.
When the tabloids got a whiff of their relo, the pair said they wanted to make the most of the limited freedom they still had (we say limited because Meghan was a well-known actress and Harry was, well, a prince).
''Well, if the story breaks tomorrow let's go out and have fun tonight,'' Meghan suggested.
And off they went with Princess Eugenie (aka Harry's cousin) and her then-boyfriend (now husband) Jack to a Halloween party where they dressed up so no one recognised them.
In the docuseries, they described the evening as ''the last great night before everything changed.''
Meghan never planned on becoming an actress
Most known for her role in the legal drama Suits, Meghan said she had always had a keen eye for activism and was keen on producing and working in behind-the-scenes roles on television and movie sets.
''I always thought she should be a producer,'' Suits co-star Abigail Spencer shared.
It's funny how life plays out!
Prince William ''screamed and shouted'' at Harry
In a heated discussion about the prospect of Harry and Meghan officially leaving the royal family, William reportedly screamed at his brother.
''It was terrifying to have my brother scream and shout at me, and my father say things that simply weren't true....and my grandmother [Queen Elizabeth] sit there and quietly take it all in.
''The saddest part of it was this wedge created between myself and my brother so that he's on the institution side, and part of that I get, that's his inheritance.
''So to some extent, it's already ingrained in him that part of his responsibility is the survivability and continuation of this institution.''
Given Harry has seemingly confirmed the extent of the relationship breakdown he has had with his brother, we doubt - especially with this docuseries - things will get better anytime soon.
Meghan suffered a stress-induced miscarriage
In what is arguably one of the most emotionally charged moments of the entire series, Meghan tearfully confirms that she had a miscarriage between Archie and Lillibet.
Speaking to viewers about the heartbreaking moment, close friend Abigail Spencer said: ''Meghan's standing there waiting for me and I knew something was off,'' adding: ''She's showing me their home but she says 'I'm having a lot of pain.' She was holding Archie and she just fell to the ground.''
Meghan can then be heard saying: ''I was pregnant, I really wasn't sleeping and the first morning that we woke up in our new home is when I miscarried.''
Harry then emotionally elaborated: ''I believe my wife suffered a miscarriage because of what the Mail did. I watched the whole thing. Now, do we absolutely know that the miscarriage was caused by that? Of course we don't.
''But bearing in mind the stress that caused, lack of sleep, the timing of the pregnancy and how many weeks she was, I can say from what I saw that miscarriage was created by what they were trying to do to her.''
The Queen was controlled by puppets behind the scenes
In perhaps one of the most shocking inclusions of the docuseries, Harry accuses the palace of preventing him from seeing his grandmother, even after she invited him and Meghan to stay with her.
Speaking on the incident, the Queen reportedly said yes to the visit, before staff told Harry and Meghan that they were ''absolutely not'' allowed to visit her.
Harry explained: ''I rang her and I said, 'I'm told that you're busy.' She said, 'Yes, I didn't know that I was busy, I am told that I am busy all week,' and I was like, 'Wow.'''
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