Let me suggest that you not focus on the media circus surrounding the announcement of the couple's forthcoming nuptials and instead consider what their union means to the world. After the couple confirmed their relationship in October 2016, Markle posted an Instagram of two spooning bananas with faces on them, and fans flipped over their budding relationship being announced in such a cute and unusual way.
Although details of their upcoming royal wedding are slim, Harry and his soon-to-be-bride are rumored to have requested a banana-flavored cake for the reception, as opposed to the traditional fruitcake that is customary, a source for The Telegraph claims.
It might sound insane, but social media is going mad over the theory that the well-loved Christmas film, Love Actually, predicted Prince Harry would one day marry Meghan Markle.
Their engagement was announced last week by Clarence House and Meghan has already made her first official royal appearance with Prince Harry when they visited Nottingham last Friday.
Bananas make sense for the couple, both because of the cute personal meaning, and also because Harry reportedly loves "anything with banana". William and Kate, however, did end up serving a traditional, albeit eight-layered fruitcake alongside their more unorthodox chocolate groom's cake.