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Meghan Markle’s ‘anxiety’ over being ‘too eager’ with Harry revealed in Andrew Morton’s biography

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Meghan feared she looked too ‘eager’ by agreeing to meet Prince Harry the day after their 2016 blind date – and he was ‘mesmerised by her beauty’, reveals royal biographer

Meghan Markle feared she looked too ‘eager’ after she agreed to a second meeting with Prince Harry the day after their initial blind date in 2016.

According to British biographer Andrew Morton, 65, the now Duke and Duchess of Sussex were ‘buzzing’ after their first encounter, with Harry ‘enthralled’ by the American actress.

Meghan, 37, who at the time was promoting law series Suits in London, was worried she may have made the wrong impression by agreeing to meet the prince again so soon.

Harry, in turn, was said to be ‘mesmerised by her beauty and sophistication’, after they met in Soho’s Dean Street Townhouse, reportedly set up by mutual friend and fashion designer Misha Nonoo.

The revelations come after extracts from Meghan: A Hollywood Princess, written by Morton – who secretly penned a controversial biography for Princess Diana in 1992 – resurfaced online.

British biographer Andrew Morton has claimed Meghan Markle feared she was too 'eager', after she accepted a second date with Prince Harry the day after their first London meeting in 2016

British biographer Andrew Morton has claimed Meghan Markle feared she was too ‘eager’, after she accepted a second date with Prince Harry the day after their first London meeting in 2016

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Speaking in the biography, Morton writes: ‘They were mesmerised by one another, Harry enthralled by her beauty, sophistication and perceptiveness.

‘She understood him as a man, not a title… As he subsequently confessed, he realised that he would have to up his game.

‘Both were buzzing. As she relived that fateful evening in her mind, she perhaps wondered if she had been too eager to accept his invitation to meet again the following day.

‘Stay classy, Ms Markle,’ Morton added to the revealing extract on the newlyweds, who tied the knot in May.

Harry, in turn, was said to be 'mesmerised by her beauty and sophistication', after they met in Soho's Dean Street Townhouse, reportedly set up by mutual friend and fashion designer Misha Nonoo

Harry, in turn, was said to be ‘mesmerised by her beauty and sophistication’, after they met in Soho’s Dean Street Townhouse, reportedly set up by mutual friend and fashion designer Misha Nonoo

But her fears proved unfounded, and just over a year later the couple announced their engagement in November 2017.

In an extraordinarily candid interview the duo revealed during the interview how they went on just two dates before a besotted Harry invited her on a magical camping holiday in Botswana.

Harry added: ‘I fell in love with Meghan so incredibly quickly… All the stars were aligned – everything was just perfect. It was this beautiful woman just sort of literally tripped and fell into my life – I fell into her life.’ 

Meghan's fears proved unfounded, and just over a year later the couple announced their engagement in November 2017, with Harry admitting later, in an interview last November, that he was besotted immediately and fell in love 'incredibly quickly'

Meghan’s fears proved unfounded, and just over a year later the couple announced their engagement in November 2017, with Harry admitting later, in an interview last November, that he was besotted immediately and fell in love ‘incredibly quickly’

Speaking about the moments after their first 2016 date, Morton wrote: 'Both were buzzing. As she relived that fateful evening in her mind, she perhaps wondered if she had been too eager to accept his invitation to meet again the following day. Meghan and Harry are seen in June this year.

Speaking about the moments after their first 2016 date, Morton wrote: ‘Both were buzzing. As she relived that fateful evening in her mind, she perhaps wondered if she had been too eager to accept his invitation to meet again the following day. Meghan and Harry are seen in June this year.

The now Duke and Duchess of Sussex met in the summer of 2016 after being set up on a blind date by a mutual friend, thought to be fashion designer Misha Nonoo. Misha Nonoo and Meghan Markle seen in an old Instagram post. 

The now Duke and Duchess of Sussex met in the summer of 2016 after being set up on a blind date by a mutual friend, thought to be fashion designer Misha Nonoo. Misha Nonoo and Meghan Markle seen in an old Instagram post. 

The now Duke and Duchess of Sussex met in the summer of 2016 after being set up on a blind date by a mutual friend, thought to be fashion designer Misha Nonoo.

British Andrew Morton, 65, released biography 'Meghan: A Hollywood Princess' in April

British Andrew Morton, 65, released biography ‘Meghan: A Hollywood Princess’ in April

In November 2016 Harry confirmed their romance after he released a statement asking for his girlfriend’s privacy to be respected, revealing she had been subject to a torrent of abuse amid rumors of their romance.

Just weeks later the Prince visited the American actress on set of Toronto-based legal drama Suits, before the couple were first sighted together in London during December 2016.

The duo then made a number of low key appearances together in 2017, before Harry proposed to the stunning Suits star during a cosy night in over a roast dinner in 2017 after a 16-month whirlwind romance.

The couple announced their engagement in November 2017, spending Christmas together with the Queen at Sandringham.

They married on May 19 this year at St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle in England.

The British biographer, 65, who secretly penned a controversial biography for Princess Diana in 1992, described how the pair were left 'buzzing' after their first date, with Harry 'enthralled' with the American actress. The couple are seen together in Sussex last month

The British biographer, 65, who secretly penned a controversial biography for Princess Diana in 1992, described how the pair were left ‘buzzing’ after their first date, with Harry ‘enthralled’ with the American actress. The couple are seen together in Sussex last month

The besotted couple married on May 19 this year at St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle in England

The besotted couple married on May 19 this year at St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle in England

Last month Morton, who was Princess Diana’s biographer, revealed how the late royal decided to bare her soul in a tell-all book because she felt like a ‘prisoner’ in the royal family.

Speaking to People magazine, the author, 65, who secretly interviewed the princess for Diana: Her True Story, published in 1992, said the book turned the royal from a fairytale character to a real person for the first time – and the public loved it.

Morton’s interviews with Diana took place while her marriage to Prince Charles was falling apart behind closed doors.

Morton’s book caused a sensation when it was published in 1992, detailing the princess’ five suicide attempts, her unhappy marriage to ‘uncaring’ Charles, his affair with Camilla and her eating disorder.

‘But it soon became apparent that the book really was, as it claimed, Diana’s own true story,’ he said. ‘And the Princess quickly began to receive the kind of support that always meant so much to her. Letters came flooding in — many from people who’d suffered from eating disorders themselves.’

Last month Morton, who was Princess Diana's biographer, revealed how the late royal decided to bare her soul in a tell-all book because she felt like a 'prisoner' in the royal family. Diana is seen in 1986.

Last month Morton, who was Princess Diana’s biographer, revealed how the late royal decided to bare her soul in a tell-all book because she felt like a ‘prisoner’ in the royal family. Diana is seen in 1986.

 

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