Meghan Markle and Prince Harry tied the knot on May 19, 2018 in an adventure ceremony at Windsor Castle watched by more than a billion people worldwide. Fast forward 12 months, and it is incredible to think of any newlyweds who have had a more monumental introduction to married life than Meghan's 37-year-old. In fact, Marry Harry, 34, was an important turning point in the life of the former Suits actress originally from California. She formally joined the royal family and received a royal title, The Duchess of Sussex.
Five months later, Meghan announced his pregnancy before embarking on a cruel overseas tour of Australasia with Harry.
When they came home, she had to navigate the ongoing fallout of her rift with father Thomas Markle and half-sister Samantha Markle ̵
Most recently, she was the first mother of Archie Harrison Mountbatten Windsor, the seventh in line with the throne, after moving to Windsor.
But the feminist and campaigns Meghan have also dismissed the common freedoms while being subject to intense media and public control.
Royal writer Duncan Larcombe says a year later that Meghan has probably realized her new life as a royal bride "is not an adventure".
The royal editor told The Sun: "Her decision to marry her beautiful prince has come at an imperceptible price.
" Marrying Harry meant an end to his career, a switch to a new country, abandoning it Freedom of ordinary life not to mention the sound of his Instagram posts followed by a million fawning fans. "
Megan's sunrise from social media was not the only thing she gave up at Harry – she had to stop
And the former celebrity's celebrity had to slow down any comment on virtually anything related to the wider world in accordance with royal protocol.
This has proved particularly hard for the Duchess in recent months. when she was forced to keep silent about stories of her used by racist traffickers to abuse her online
Mr Larcombe says this has seen Harry take an extra protective stance on In his wife – but the couple must remain vigilant.
He explained The Sun: "What has happened since the smile and celebration of this time last year is that Harry has gone into exaggeration to protect his wife from criticism, whether from her internet troll or her own family "The danger of the beloved, but the head of Duke of Sussex is that his anger against the media will ultimately alienate him from the public
" One year in their marriage, Harry and Meghan should be proud of how things are
But they have to remember being popular is not a right it must be maintained.  He added: "But for now they are the golden couple who seem to survive what is thrown on them.