Like a true gent, Harry has remained on good terms with his previous major partners, Chelsy Davy and Cressida Bonas, inviting them both to today’s celebrations.
Both looked stunning as they joined the other star-studded guests today in Windsor.
Chelsy Davy, Harry’s first proper girlfriend, whom he met in Cape Town during his gap year was one of the first guests to arrive today.
From Zimbabwe, Chelsy Davy, 32, is the daughter of a millionaire safari owner and former Miss Rhodesia so she comes from noble blood herself.
The couple had an on-and-off relationship from 2004 to 2011 which was filled with high-end partying, both forming common fixtures on the London party scene.
It was reported at the time that Chelsy called it a day and moved back to Zimbabwe after struggling with the media attention.
Despite the memes spawning from images of her looking forlorn, she seemed happy for Harry as he said ‘I do’ to Meghan today.
Also at the wedding was 29-year-old Cressida Bonas, Harry’s second love whom he courted from 2012 to 2014 after being introduced by Princess Eugenie.
Owing to her aristocratic background, as the daughter of the 6th Earl of Howe and a distant descendant of Charles II, the two seemed like a natural match.
However, like Chelsy, Cressida struggled with life in the spotlight and ended the relationship in 2014.
Harry has also been linked to Caroline Flack, Ellie Goulding and Florence Brudenell-Bruce in the past – to name a few.
Meghan will surely understand the struggle felt by his exes as she too has been catapulted into the spotlight of the British press.
There’s no doubt that there’s an intense amount of pressure attached to wedding the Windsors, however, we think Harry has struck third time lucky and that Meghan is the girl for the job.