After dating for six years, Meghan and Trevor, who owns his own production company called Underground, became engaged in 2010.
In September, 2011, they tied the knot in an extravagant beach-side wedding at the Jamaica Inn in Ocho Rios, Jamaica.
After news of her budding romance broke, the spotlight immediately shifted to the nitty-gritty of her showbiz resume—she used to be a .
Her nontraditional background led certain royalists to question her motives and suitability for a public role where discretion is still seen as the most important qualification.
We’ve met her family, know all about her flawless fashion, applauded her enviable career, and now, as she prepares to become Prince Harry's wife, we can’t help but wonder what Meghan Marke’s dating rap sheet looks like.
While we all know who Prince Harry’s ex-girlfriends are (looking at you, Chelsy Davy and Cressida Bonas) – Meghan’s love life history is still as mysterious as the Crown Jewels.
Yet despite finding herself in the middle of a tabloid frenzy, she has somehow remained resolute and is now Harry's constant companion.
Before meeting the royal, Meghan was, like so many other celebrities, seemingly hooked on the buzz that comes from taking selfies and trying to get as many likes as possible on social media.
Break-ups always suck, so spare a thought for poor old Cory Vitiello, who was reportedly given the flick shortly after Meghan met Harry last year.
A besotted Meghan even featured Cory on her now defunct lifestyle blog star was an item with the successful celebrity chef for two years and they were together when Meghan hit it off with Harry in May, 2016.
While his role as the spare heir has meant that Harry's been able to live a more colorful life than his older brother (as evidenced by his naked billiards pictures in Vegas), his position still carries a lot of responsibility and can result in an insurmountable amount of pressure for anyone he dates.