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How Meghan Markle Feels About Valentine's Day

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Official Engagement Photos
Photography by: Kensington Palace via Instagram

Do Prince Harry and Meghan Markle take Valentine's Day seriously? According to Markle's former blog, at least one of them does! People uncovered some content from the now-defunct site, which reveals the future royal's opinion of the holiday.

 

"Hook, line, and sinker, I am such a sucker for Valentine's Day,” the former actress wrote. "Without fail, every February 14, I wake up feeling like I'm immersed in a Robert Doisneau photo, waiting with bated breath to be dipped into a kiss. This is all happening in black and white, of course. And in Paris, if I had my way."

 

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Unfortunately, Markle's Valentine's Day vision isn't being fulfilled this year. Instead of celebrating in the City of Love, she's been in Edinburgh, Scotland, with her prince. Don't worry, though—it's been just as romantic. Yesterday, a group serenaded the couple with Ed Sheeran's "Perfect." "A little birdie told us that Ed Sheeran would be playing at an upcoming wedding," one of the singers told the couple, according to People. "But if that falls through our diary is free," she then joked. The couple was reportedly moved by the performance. "They just looked speechless. Meghan looked like she was going to cry," another performer said. "[She] said it was wonderful singing and that they really enjoyed it."

 

Based on her emotional reaction to the love song, it sounds like Markle wasn't missing Paris this Valentine's Day—besides, she knows that location doesn't actually matter. "Delusions of francophile grandeur aside, Valentine's Day is special wherever you happen to find yourself," she wrote on the blog. As for what Harry's gifting his fiancée this Valentine's Day? Markle cares more about the gesture than the specifics: "And in terms of gifts, be it breakfast in bed, a sweet love note, or a single flower, it really is the thought that counts."