How Meghan And Harry's First Halloween Together May Have Changed Their Relationship

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's relationship is one of the most talked-about in the world. The couple reportedly met on a blind date back in 2016 when they were set up by their mutual friend, fashion designer Misha Nonoo (via Brides). The pair quickly hit it off and began dating in secret. Before falling head over heels with Meghan, Harry had previously dated a slew of women, including TV sports reporter Natalie Pinkham, Chelsy Davy, Astrid Harbord, Caroline Flack, Cressida Bonas, Ellie Goulding, and others, per Town and Country. For her part, Meghan has been romantically linked to actor Simon Rex, golfer Rory Mcllroy, and celebrity chef Cory Vitiello. She was also married to producer Trevor Engelson for two years before the couple divorced in 2013 (via Us Weekly). However, all the past romantic drama seemed to fall away after she met Harry.

According to The Mirror, Meghan was still filming the television show "Suits" during the early days of their relationship. However, she would reportedly fly to London to see Harry every chance she could. In addition, Harry was also said to visit Meghan in Canada, where she filmed the series. The duo was said to be smitten with each other and enjoyed living in a relationship bubble without interference from the press until one Halloween when they got a phone call that changed everything.

How Meghan and Harry's lives changed one Halloween night

The Mirror reports that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were feeling great about their relationship in late 2016, just months after they met on a blind date and began their romance. However, when the couple decided to step out on the town and celebrate Halloween together in public, things took a turn in their relationship. The outlet claims that Harry flew to Canada to be with Meghan, who was there filming "Suits" at the time. The couple then decided to go out and celebrate the spooky holiday at a costume party being held at the Soho House in Toronto.

According to the couple's biography, "Finding Freedom," written by Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand, Meghan and Harry "didn't feel like spending Halloween weekend in hiding, as there was much to celebrate. Some four months into their relationship, they were madly in love and eager to take part in the fun of one of their favourite holidays." The Sussexes wore Venetian-style masks for the outing in hopes of going unnoticed. The pair were said to be having a great time at the party until Harry got a phone call the revealed their relationship had been outed to the media and would be on the front page of the papers the following day.

Since that day, Meghan and Harry's relationship and life together have been under a microscope. They now live in California and share two children together, whom they've been working to protect from the same media scrutiny.