When you’re young and in love it’s all about celebrating those mini-milestones, the first dates, the first kiss etc... But when you get married these little celebrations can sometimes tend to fall by the wayside, and it seems that’s what’s happened for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.
This week the royal couple, who tied the knot in May this year, will celebrate one year since announcing their engagement to the world A.K.A one year since the world came down with an official case of Meghan fever.
Kensington Palace announced the engagement on the morning of November 27 and hours later the happy couple posed for the press in the Sunken Gardens at Kensington Palace where Meghan proudly displayed her dazzling diamond engagement ring for the first time.
But it seems the pair won’t actually be together to celebrate the milestone as duty calls and Prince Harry won’t even be in the country – he will actually be in Zambia on official Palace business.
Meghan, who is currently pregnant with the couple’s first child, will not be joining Harry on the trip, but considering Harry actually popped the question “a few weeks earlier” the Duke and Duchess have likely already marked the milestone together privately.
This month also marks another mini-milestone for the couple as it's six months since their royal wedding at St. George’s Chapel. But instead of celebrating the occasion the couple attended the Royal Variety Performance in London.
This article originally appeared on marie claire Australia.