To celebrate the occasion Lifetime has released £2.5million movie based on the couple’s relationship airing in the US this evening and in the UK on May 14.
And it seems that royal fans may be in for more than they bargained for with new stills from the film seeing the couple in a very compromising position.
One scene sees Prince Harry’s (Murray Fraser) romantic proposal to Meghan (Parisa Fitz-Henley) at their Kensington Palace cottage recreated resulting in a steamy love scene.
The scene quickly escalates with the couple sharing a passionate embrace.
In a later scene Meghan can be seen completely naked, although viewers can only see the actress from the shoulder up as she joins her prince in the bedroom.
Several steamy love scenes see the Prince (Murray Fraser) and Meghan (Parisa Fitz-Henley) sharing passionate exchanges
At one point both actors are completely naked, although audiences will only see them from the shoulders up
The naked couple can be seen snuggling up together between the sheets before sharing a few tender kisses.
‘I don’t need my life to be this perfect royal picture. I just need you,’ Harry whispers to his fiance Meghan as they lay in bed in the short scene.
The film’s director Menhaj Huda last week revealed that Buckingham Palace officials are reportedly ‘seriously worried about the sex scene’ teased in the trailer.
The actors are also seen snuggling up together in a passionate embrace between the sheets
The film’s director Menhaj Huda revealed last week that palace officials are ‘seriously worried’ about the sex scenes in the film
And while the US reviews suggested that the love scenes are ‘tame’ they won’t hit the UK until tomorrow.
Announced back in January 2018, just under two months after Harry and Meghan announced their engagement, the film will explore how the couple’s relationship blossomed from a first date in 2016 to a November 2017 engagement.
Fitz-Henley has called Meghan Markle ‘a natural role model’, adding: ‘It was a privilege to play her.’
Reviews have claimed that any love scenes are rather tame and infrequent
A Royal Romance will air on Lifetime on Monday, 14 May at 9pm just five days before the real Harry and Meghan (pictured) tie the knot
While Murray is relatively new to on-screen roles his co-star Parisa is best known for her role as Reva Connors in Jessica Jones back in 2015.
A Royal Romance will air on Lifetime on Monday, 14 May at 9pm.
Lifetime is on the 164 channel on Sky and 208 on Virgin. The film airs on the Sunday night in the US.