Indeed, Meghan – wo is incredibly close with her mother, Doria Ragland – has reportedly always been very supportive of Harry’s desire to honour his mum in their home.
“It was during their first trip to Africa together, shortly after they started dating, that Harry first opened up to Meghan about his mum and the pain he suffered following her death,” a royal insider told Us Weekly.
“He still gets very emotional talking about it. One of the things that first attracted Harry to Meghan was the way her kindness, determination and strength reminded him so much of his mum.”
Princess Diana died in a car crash in Paris in 1997, when Harry as only 12-years-old and his brother William was 15 at the time.
The two brothers have previously spoken out about missing their mum and this is sure to be a tough time for them.