Whilst it has never been confirmed who it is, rumours have suggested that fashion designer Misha Nonoo was behind it. Not only is she a close friend of Meghan, but she is also the ex-wife of Alexander Gilkes, a friend of William and Harry from Eton.
It seems that it isn’t the only blind date that Harry was set up on whilst he was single, as a new tell-all book reveals.
Even his close family attempted to find him a girlfriend before he met his fiancee.
A new book by royal expert Katie Nicholl called “Harry: Life, Loss and Love” explained his dating life before Meghan.
His sister-in-law Kate Middleton, as well as his cousin Princess Eugine, stepped in to help him out.
The book states: “Harry wasn’t giving up, even going on blind dates organised by Kate and his cousin Princess Eugenie, who had a good track record when it came to setting Harry up,”
Before Harry met Meghan, he was linked to British model Sarah Ann Macklin, although it is unconfirmed who set this up.
Prince Harry’s previous girlfriends have included Chelsy Davy and Cressida Bonas, who are rumoured to be attending the wedding in May.
Nicholl states that Harry was seeing the former up until 2015, as “neither of them were quite ever willing to completely let go of that love affair”.
Despite this, the pair have never revealed much about their relationship which Nicoll admits shows an “amazing respect” between the ex-couple.
The royal expert has also admitted that Meghan and Harry could see the pitter patter of feet sooner than expected.
In the book, she writes: “My sources are saying that Prince Harry, particularly, is very keen to start a family, pretty soon after the royal wedding. He’s made no secret about wanting children.”
Whilst writing that he is very “broody” thanks to his niece and nephew Prince George and Princess Charlotte, it seems this is echoed by Meghan.
The royal couple visited Northern Ireland yesterday and were shown a number of baby products by brand Snuggle.
Meghan admitted, after looking at the products: “I’m sure at some point we’ll need the whole thing.”