Everything changed when Meghan Markle came along and now it’s hard to image the Duke of Sussex marrying anyone else.
Would he have married Chelsy Davy, or did something—or someone—inspire them to call it quits?
She does not want to name names, but she is adamant that there are going to be no further royal divorces during her reign,” a palace aide told the Sunday Express.
“The Queen is the head of the Church, and so from a point of principle, she is opposed to royal divorces.
Davy even spent time hanging out with Kate Middleton while the two were dating brothers.
It sounds like she would have fit in well with the royal family. There’s a very good reason why the Queen didn’t want Prince Harry to marry Chelsy Davy and it had nothing to do with her personally.
In November Prince Harry issued a statement via Kensington Palace denouncing the "wave of abuse and harassment" the actress and her family have been subjected to.
Bride-to-be Meghan has been subjected to scrutiny since her relationship with the prince became public.In an interview given to the Times in 2016, which has resurfaced ahead of the Royal Wedding, she said: “It was so full-on.“Crazy and scary and uncomfortable.“I found it very difficult when it was bad. I was trying to be a normal kid, and it was horrible.”The Zimbabwean lawyer and entrepreneur started dating Prince Harry in early 2004 and remained in an on again-off again relationship until 2010.Prince Harry acknowledged the pressure Chelsy was under just one year into their relationship.The Duke of Sussex is a man who knows what he wants.Just like he supposedly fell in love with Meghan Markle at first sight, he also fell for Chelsy within a few days of meeting her.