No pre-nup for Harry & Meghan

No pre-nup for Harry & Meghan

Now, fans can finally get their first look at actors Murray Fraser and Parisa Fitz-Henley as the title roles in the fictionalized film based on their relationship. Now we have a few more exciting details about the ring, the venue and an unusual cake choice!

Well, while that's that, United States network Lifetime has created a TV movie about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's love story, titled "Harry & Meghan: A Royal Romance", which has left the head of the British Monarchist Society outraged, with claims that it "makes a mockery" of the newly-engaged couple.

The trailer also shows the Lifetime movie's recreation of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's private trip to Botswana, where they celebrated Meghan's 36th birthday. [Prince Harry] will be guided by family, despite advisors around him saying you should think about this'.

If the short trailer is any indication, the upcoming Lifetime feature film is expected to be a romantic, swoon-worthy story.

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Thomas Mace-Archer-Mills told Daily Star: 'Common decency has been violated, The scene showing the couple naked in bed is the ultimate appeal to those who are drawn in by such filth and perversion'.

The Express reports that older brother Prince William also refused a prenuptial agreement before marrying Kate Middleton. The couple married in May 2008 at St George's Chapel, Windsor - the same venue that Harry and Meghan have chosen.

Although making a movie about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's romance should be shocking to exactly no one, the network, known for its sometimes-cheesy made-for-TV film has taken up a huge subject to cover this time around. Watch the trailer below.

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