Meghan Markle remembers being incognito at a party with Prince Harry & Princess Eugenie before her wedding

Meghan Markle has said that she had a good time with Prince Harry, Princess Eugenie, and her now-husband, Jack Brooksbank. Meghan recalls going incognito at a Halloween party before "it was out in the public," alluding to her relationship with the Duke of Sussex.

The Duchess of Sussex stated that she wanted to have "one fun night out in town," and when Prince Harry, Princess Eugenie, and Jack Brooksbank arrived in Toronto ahead of the Sussex wedding, they hid in plain sight at a Halloween party and had a great time! Meghan told host Ellen DeGeneres of The Ellen Show that the party's theme was "post-apocalypse," which explained why they were able to put together odd outfits and enjoy a wonderful night out. Meghan laughed, but recalled how they weren't recognised at all. Ellen also mentioned that others at the party could now be watching this on their television screens and wondering if they interacted with the four of them, to which Meghan responded that they weren't recognisable at all, and no one in the party could recognize them throughout the night!

The Duchess of Sussex even mentioned spending Halloween 2021 with her children and Prince Harry at their California property. Meghan Markle's recent interview with Ellen DeGeneres for the latter's last season will be broadcast shortly, and it will be her first interview since Prince Harry's explosive Oprah Winfrey interview.


Meghan also disclosed that their youngest child, Lilibet, had started teething! Meghan expressed her worry by saying she would "do anything" to soothe Lilibet's teething discomfort, to which Ellen joked that she should try "tequila!"

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