As they finally share the intimate details of their incredible love story, it's easy to see how much Prince Harry and Meghan Markle adore one another.
And if you needed anymore proof these two are the real bloody deal, newly-unearthed footage from their engagement interview shows just how comfortable they are in each other's company.
In hilarious outtakes released by the BBC from their first joint chat as a couple, Meghan and Harry look like any other crazy-in-love couple as they joke about.
While the footage has no sound, lipreader Tina Lannin has revealed to the MailOnline what exactly was being said.
Clearly banter is at the centre of their chemistry and at one point, Prince Harry teases his fiancee for interrupting him.
As Harry talks about their secret five-day trip to Botswana, Meghan jumps in and says: "It was five days, yeah."
"She wants me to say something," Harry laughs before proclaiming, "goddammit" and hitting his leg in mock anger before Meghan teases, "do it again!" and rests her face on her husband-to-be's shoulder.
We're not even embarrassed to say we've lost count of how many times we've watched this particular moment over and over.
When reporter Mishal Husain asked them when they knew they were in love, Meghan reveals: "Six months. We both knew!"
"The relationship there, we both knew there was something there that was solid, so solid, so powerful. We were willing to have a go," the royal agrees.
Meanwhile the palace have confirmed Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will marry at St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle in May next year.
The exciting details were announced during a special briefing at Buckingham Palace.
“Windsor is a very special place for Prince Harry, and he and Ms. Markle have regularly spent time there during the last year,” the couple’s spokesman said. “They are delighted that the beautiful grounds of Windsor Castle will be where they begin their lives as a married couple.”
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The venue is a relatively low-key choice (by royal standards, of course!), which stands in stark contrast to the pomp and pageantry of royal weddings past -- particularly that of William and Kate, who married in the grandeur of Westminster Abbey.
The spokesman added that the duo “want the day to be shaped so as to allow members of the public to feel part of the celebrations” and will work through ideas for how this might be achieved. With this in mind, it’s likely that their nuptials will be televised.
“This wedding, like all weddings, will be a moment of fun and joy that will reflect the characters of the bride and groom,” he added.
36-year-old Meghan, a protestant, will be baptised and confirmed in the Church of England ahead of the wedding and is already going through the process of becoming a British citizen.
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