The couple went on a blind date in July 2016, officially announced they were dating in August 2017 and he popped the question in November last year.
When Hollywood meets royalty this weekend, fans of the couple will celebrate the nuptials of the young couple and be thinking of the future they have together.
But how compatible do experts think the young couple are?
A hand writing expert has decoded Meghan and Harry’s relationship traits from published letters
A person’s writing and can reveal 100 different traits about their personality
Jamie Mason Cohen, a hand writing expert, has decoded the relationship traits the pair expose in their writing from various published letters.
He reveals how they work together, who is dominant and why the pair are destined for a long and happy life together.
Jamie told Express.co.uk: “As a handwriting analyst, I look at a person’s writing and can reveal 100 different traits about their personality, based on the strokes, angle, pressure, size and placement of the writing on the page.
“When it comes to compatibility and challenges in a relationship, what handwriting can show us so vividly is that a couple’s compatibility traits need to be cultivated and strengthened regularly or else they could become liabilities or challenges in a relationship.”
Meghan and Harry exhibit strong pressure in their writing on the page
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s handwriting decoded: by Jamie Mason Cohen
The first area of compatibility is the emotional responsiveness levels, which can be seen in the slant of the writing.
Meghan’s hand writing goes outward emotionally, and Harry’s goes inward emotionally.
Meghan’s writing leans to the right combined with large writing. This suggests the actress is a highly emotionally responsive person who is responsive to her partner’s emotional highs and lows– as if they’re her own.
It reveals she is compassionate and affectionate, sometimes going to emotional extremes, from ecstatic to despair. She may be impulsive emotionally. She’ll want to share and completely express how she feels, both the good and the bad.
Harry’s writing slant is straight up and down, and sometimes slightly to the left
Harry’s writing slant is straight up and down, and sometimes slightly to the left and he mostly prints. It implies the Prince is more comfortable going inward and may want more time and space to himself to deal with emotional issues.
The handwriting sample shows it takes a lot for Harry to share his true feelings and prefers ‘flight’ rather than ‘fight’ in an argument.
The second area of exploration with the hand writing samples is the depth of emotions, which can be seen in the pressure of their writing.
Meghan and Harry exhibit strong pressure in their writing on the page.
This may show they are compatible, in that they both feel both pleasure and pain deeply. I believe this stroke is a significant part of their romantic chemistry or a subconscious energy that makes them feel a powerful and intense connection to each other. They will experience a shared passion for their families, their friends and the causes they care about.
Another area of compatibility is communication. It’s relevant to note Meghan is trained as a calligrapher so her writing demonstrates excessive flair and style.
Yet, I would make the argument that her excessively decorative cursive lines, with a significant slant to the right, combined with the size and pressure is an accurate reflection of who she is, beneath the surface of the ornate strokes.
Meghan’s writing combines a significant lean to the right, with depth and middle-zone letters like the e, o and a that show some open-mindedness, the tendency to be melodramatic, with a desire to talk through her feelings.
Harry has smaller writing, clear and unflashy letter formations, larger letter spacing, and no initial lead-in strokes. When Harry expresses himself, he’ll do so with directness and efficiency and literally to-the-point.
He speaks only to answer the question, no more, no less.
The final dot at the end of his signature may reveal the Prince wants to get the last word in and then remove himself from an argument unless he feels it’s safe and necessary to reveal his inner feelings.
How it shows compatibility or a potential challenge because Harry has been drawn to and admire Meghan’s ability and willingness to express herself in public eloquently.
It appears to be a perquisite of her new role representing the Royal family in such a high visibility, highly scrutinised, high profile position.
Meghan’s writing leans to the right combined with large writing
On an emotional level – Meghan goes outward emotionally, Harry goes inward
Harry and Meghan Compatibility Summary
Overall, on an emotional level – Meghan goes outward emotionally, Harry goes inward. They both feel each other’s pains and pleasures deeply but process their emotions differently, with Meghan wanting to hash out her emotional distress, while Harry’s first response will be to want time and space alone to let the dust settle, and think it through before saying anything.
Harry may take days before he expresses how he feels about something bothering him in the relationship or a family matter but will act right away in a calm, objective manner.
On a social level, their differences are Meghan embraces the limelight, loves having around her a large group of fascinating friends and has a unique sense of her own style, while Harry is used to the spotlight but prefers quiet nights at home with Meghan or a few confidantes or being alone, and feels he has nothing to prove in terms of how the world sees him.
This part of their relationship may work out on a practical level because Meghan’s social aptitude is a trait Harry may see as an essential attribute for her role in the Royal family.
Sometimes opposites attract because they fulfil each other’s needs. In the case of Meghan and Harry, the fact that they found each other was unexpected, yet inevitable.