Prince Harry and fiancee Meghan Markle have shared details on how their relationship began with a blind date—and how the prince fell in love "incredibly quickly". The pair announced their engagement on Monday.
A mutual friend set Harry and the American actress up on a blind date, where they had drinks and connected over how they both want to "make change, change for good," according to the prince. Weeks later, they camped out under the stars in Botswana to get to know each other away from the spotlight.
Markle, who is leaving her US television show 'Suits', said she welcomed the "new chapter" as she puts acting aside.
"I don't see it as giving anything up, I just see it as change," she said.
Harry and Markle also discussed the unexpected challenges that come with media scrutiny, the proposal at their cottage, and introductions to the royal family.
Full interview provided courtesy Reuters BBC.