FORMER Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle snagged a picture outside Buckingham palace as a teenager.
The photo went viral on social media prior to her wedding with Prince Harry, as fans were shocked that she had visited the palace before.
What is the picture of Meghan Markle outside Buckingham palace?
Meghan Markle was photographed with a friend outside Buckingham palace when she was 15-years-old.
Meghan and her friend were awaiting a tour when someone took a picture of them sitting by the rails outside the palace.
Nearly two decades later, Meghan got engaged to Prince Harry and soon after moved to the UK near the palace.
What did fans say about the photo of Meghan?
Since the photo went viral on social media, fans were shocked about the coincidence and parallels of the snap and Meghan’s current life.
One user said: “dreams come true!”
Another added: “Here's the proof that you never know what happens next.”
A third wrote: “Indeed our journeys are different and are prepared by Him n 21 years later, she’s walking with her prince #wishingthemmorelove.”
When did Meghan Markle and Prince Harry marry?
Meghan and Harry were married on May 19, 2018, at St George’s Chapel.
Their wedding was watched by 1.9billion people on TV worldwide.
The private service took place in the small garden of Nottingham Cottage, the property in the grounds of Kensington Palace where Harry and Meghan were living at the time.
A source said: “It was a small thing, but something they were keen to do between themselves.
“They exchanged their vows before the Archbishop in a personal, private ceremony, but their official marriage was very much on the day of the royal wedding.”
During an exclusive one on one interview with Oprah Winfrey, Meghan revealed that she married Harry days before the big ceremony.
She said: "Three days before our wedding, we got married.
"No one knows that but we called the Archbishop [of Canterbury] and we just said 'this thing, this spectacle is for the world but we want our union between us.'
"The vows that we have framed in our room are just the two of us in our back yard with the Archbishop of Canterbury."
Harry added: "Just the three of us."
But the duke and duchess were forced to clarify and admit the private vows ceremony was not a lawful wedding.
Five people are needed for a legal ceremony.
Sources close to the Sussexes and the Archbishop said the ceremony was not a proper wedding and merely a personal and private exchange of vows.
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