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New Royal Book Details Exactly How Hard Prince Harry Initially Fell For Meghan Markle

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By Chris Barilla

The forthcoming Royal tell-all novel 'Finding Freedom' penned by Royal investigators Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand have​ already caused massive waves in the highest circles ahead of its release thanks to the fact that it promises to reveal plenty of never heard details about one of the world's most storied and therefore secretive families. One major admission the book plans to make is exactly how hard Prince Harry fell for Meghan Markle after initially meeting, going to extreme lengths to continue their courtship at the time.

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Although the couple currently resides in Los Angeles, California with their young son, Archie, following a very public falling out with the Royal family, it wasn't always marital bliss. The "Daily Mail' reports that a segment of the upcoming book reveals the extent the Prince went to woo Markle when they initially began dating, flying her to England, Botswana, and attempting to "wow" her with trips to the family's various palaces and tales of their past that he hadn't previously shared with others.

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According to the source, Markle allegedly told a friend just ahead of her trip to meet Harry that she was just looking for "a nice English gentleman to flirt with."

Following only their second date, Harry took Markle secretly to Kensington Palace in an attempt to "impress her with tales about his work and life," per the source.

Six weeks after that, Markle expressed to Harry that she wanted to take a trip, so the Prince flew her out to England, where the pair spent a night before jetting off to Botswana.

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"She came back smiling and just completely spellbound," a source remarked to the publication about Markle's emotions following the impromptu-yet fantastic trip her and Harry enjoyed so early into their relationship.

"By then, they were each already dancing around the idea that this just may be a forever thing," another source commented to 'The Daily Mail.'

Only three months into their relationship, Harry reportedly told Markle "I love you," solidifying the powerful emotions that were building over the past weeks of them spending a copious amount of time with one another.


According to the novel, news of the pair's relationship was reportedly planned to be leaked by a British tabloid. Although Markle was disappointed in the breach in personal privacy, she was also "relieved not to have to keep lying to friends about her trips to London," per another source.

Representatives for the Duke and Duchess have spoken out since the tell-all book was announced to explain that they had taken no part in its creation and the research and information presented is wholly of the research done by the authors and not condoned by the couple themselves.

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