Harry said “I love you” to Meghan three months after their relationship, a new book said about the couple.
Eghan, then best known for her role in legal drama Suits, immediately said that the feelings were mutual and the pair started talking about their future together.
Serialized by the Times and the Sunday Times, co-authors Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand wrote in Finding Freedom that the couple went on a date in London, Toronto and Botswana when the relationship blossomed.
Three months after their relationship, a Meghan friend said, they had already started exchanging the words ‘I love you’
The book, which will be out on August 11, said: “For Meghan, she was all-in. Nothing could cause her to slow down, not even a friend who warned her that she was going to come into contact with Harry.
“Three months after their relationship,” said a friend of Meghan, they had already started exchanging the words “I love you.”
“It was Harry who said first, but Meghan immediately replied,” I love you too. “
“It didn’t take long from there for them to start talking about their future in oblique terms.”
The book also described how the now Duchess of Sussex left ‘clues’ about the romance before it went public, including posting a photo of a Love Hearts candy labeled Kiss Me and the caption ‘Lovehearts in #London’ on Instagram on the night of a date.
She also started following an Instagram account with the username @ Spikeymau5, which according to the co-authors was Harry’s private account.
Spike apparently came from a Facebook alias he used – Spike Wells – while the second half of the name was a nod to one of his favorite DJs Deadmau5.
A Sussexes spokesperson told the Times, “The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have not been interviewed and have not helped find freedom.”