Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's marriage is one of, if not the most, famous romances in the world.
Since they were first linked together back in 2016, barely a day has gone by that the high-profile couple don't make front page news.
But before being swept off her feet by the redheaded royal and finding unprecedented international fame from the media frenzy that followed, the Suits actress was married to successful Hollywood producer, Trevor Engelson.
You'd be forgiven for not knowing that Meghan enjoyed a whirlwind romance pre Harry, but Trevor built himself a lucrative film career of his own.
After dating for six years, Meghan and Trevor - who is best known for his work on the 2010 drama Remember Me - became engaged in 2010. In September the following year, the couple tied the knot in an extravagant beach-side wedding in Jamaica.
But by the tail end of 2013, Meghan and Trevor quietly split and the pair went their separate ways.
And Meghan's infamously-outspoken estranged brother, Thomas Markle Jr, has had a lot to say about her first marriage on his stint on Big Brother VIP.
"The thing that gets to me is the guy she was married to the first time, Trevor, you've seen those movies Saw. That guy owns that production company. This guy just took care of her, she was adored by him. She just walked all over him and dumped him," he told his fellow celebrity housemates.
"After being married, [she] sent the ring back in the mail. Is that cold or what?"
Thomas admitted him and Meghan were close but "stopped talking" around the time she landed the role of Rachel Zane on Suits.
"Money changed her I guess. Money and fame just went to her head really bad. Meghan treats her family like she's embarrassed of where she comes from. She's very selfish and self-centred. I think she's very shallow. You're never too good for anybody, ever. It's rude to treat people like that," he said.
Take a look back at the couple's relationship, wedding and ultimate marriage breakdown.
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