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Harry and Meghan spend their second wedding anniversary ‘quietly enjoying time with Archie

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will celebrate their second wedding anniversary spending quality time with Archie, a source has told royal biographer Omid Scobie.

Harry, 35, and Meghan, 38, will spend today enjoying family time with their son, 1, in LA, where they are rumoured to be staying in actor Tyler Perry’s Beverly Hills mansion. 

The couple, who have been busy organising various charitable foundations, will make sure they have no work calls booked in, and celebrate quietly together, two years after they married at Windsor Castle.

While none of the Royal Family paid tribute to the pair, royal fans ensured their special day didn’t go unnoticed, with tributes flooding in across Twitter – including one from Kingdom Choir – who performed at their wedding. 

Harry, 35, and Meghan, 38, will spend today enjoying family time with their son, 1, in LA, where they are rumoured to be staying in actor Tyler Perry’s Beverly Hills mansion (seen) 

‘The day will simply be quality time with one another and as a family,’ a source close to the couple told Harper’s Bazaar’s Omid Scobie, author of their upcoming biography Finding Freedom.’

Revealing they have been very busy working on various charities, the source continued: ‘They’re not going to be doing any work and made sure they have no meetings or calls in the diary.’

‘Like everyone else, they are in lockdown at the moment, so they will just be hanging out together at home,’ says the source. ‘But it will still be a lovely day.’ 

The couple, who have been busy organising various charitable foundations, will make sure they have no work calls booked in, and celebrate quietly together, two years after they married at Windsor Castle (pictured)

The couple, who have been busy organising various charitable foundations, will make sure they have no work calls booked in, and celebrate quietly together, two years after they married at Windsor Castle (pictured)

Last year the official Royal Family account were the only family members to pay tribute to the couple’s first wedding anniversary, writing at the time: ‘Wishing The Duke and Duchess of Sussex a very happy wedding anniversary.

‘Today marks one year since Their Royal Highnesses exchanged vows at St George’s Chapel in the grounds of Windsor Castle.’

This year however their focus has remained on the Queen’s future gardren parties, while Kensington Palace, Clarence House and the other official accounts have remained silent.

Their loyal fans have made up for it however, flooding social media with tributes for the popular pair. 

Kingdom Choir, who performed at the pair's May wedding in 2018, shared a special Zoom choir as they performed John Lennon's Stand By in tribute to their anniversary

Kingdom Choir, who performed at the pair’s May wedding in 2018, shared a special Zoom choir as they performed John Lennon’s Stand By in tribute to their anniversary

Charity WellChild shared pictures of the special day, writing: 'Happy 2nd wedding anniversary to our Patron The Duke of Sussex & The Duchess of Sussex. Some WellChild Families & WellChild Nurses had the honour of attending the big day. WellChild is forever grateful for the support from The Duke and Duchess.'

Charity WellChild shared pictures of the special day, writing: ‘Happy 2nd wedding anniversary to our Patron The Duke of Sussex & The Duchess of Sussex. Some WellChild Families & WellChild Nurses had the honour of attending the big day. WellChild is forever grateful for the support from The Duke and Duchess.’

Elsewhere, a fan wrote: 'Happy second wedding anniversary to the king and queen of england, harry and meghan', while another tweeted: 'To the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, your love story is iconic and timeless. Happy 2nd wedding anniversary.'

Elsewhere, a fan wrote: ‘Happy second wedding anniversary to the king and queen of england, harry and meghan’, while another tweeted: ‘To the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, your love story is iconic and timeless. Happy 2nd wedding anniversary.’

Kingdom Choir, who performed at the pair’s May wedding in 2018, shared a special Zoom choir as they performed John Lennon’s Stand By in tribute to their anniversary.

Elsewhere, a fan wrote: ‘Happy second wedding anniversary to the king and queen of england, harry and meghan’, while another tweeted: ‘To the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, your love story is iconic and timeless. Happy 2nd wedding anniversary.’

And charity WellChild shared pictures of the special day, writing: ‘Happy 2nd wedding anniversary to our Patron The Duke of Sussex & The Duchess of Sussex. Some WellChild Families & WellChild Nurses had the honour of attending the big day. WellChild is forever grateful for the support from The Duke and Duchess.’ 

Elsewhere, a fan wrote: ‘Two years ago I woke up at 4 am just to watch one of the best royal wedding I have ever seen. While others drank champagne, I drank coffee.

‘Happy Anniversary to Harry and Meghan! I will always follow the stages of your life together! Wishing the best!’.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex wed on Saturday 19th May two years ago at St George’s chapel with the whole royal family in attendance, along with many celebrities guests including George Clooney and Robbie Williams. 

Revealing they have been very busy working on various charities, the source continued: 'They're not going to be doing any work and made sure they have no meetings or calls in the diary. (seen in a Zoom call recently)

Revealing they have been very busy working on various charities, the source continued: ‘They’re not going to be doing any work and made sure they have no meetings or calls in the diary. (seen in a Zoom call recently) 

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