Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are all set to be married on May 19. Two important events in royal history also took place on the same day in past which is sending historians on a spree. In 1568, Queen Elizabeth I structured the arrest of Mary Queen of Scots, which led to years of imprisonment and Mary’s execution. Even darker, Princess Harry’s ancestor, Henry VIII ordered the putting to death of his second wife, Anne Boleyn nearly 500 years to date. Please note Prince Harry’s actual name is Henry. It’s not too late for the happy couple to change the date, but extremely unlikely at this point. How They Met Source Meghan first met Prince Harry in Toronto (where Suits is filmed) as he was launching the 2017 Invictus Games back in May 2016. According to the sources, “They had gotten on when they first met but it was just as friends,” but then “developed romantic interests in each other and, prior to you knew it, they were texting every day.” By the end of the month, Meghan began following Harry’s private Instagram account. Shared Interests Source Meghan and Harry bonded over their philanthropic efforts, as both the actress and the prince have completed wide-ranging charity work around the globe and particularly in and around Africa. Harry has carried on his late mother Princess Diana’s inheritance by working to raise funds and alertness for HIV/AIDS in the tiny South African kingdom of Lesotho, while Meghan has made a handful of trips to Rwanda as a representative for organizations like UN Women and World Vision. They also share a love of animals. “Harry loves that she is so into philanthropy,” a source said. “One of the first things they spoke about was all the work she does with shelter animals. He loves that she’s so caring.” So we hope this beautiful couple stays together and like the history nothing bad happens in their life.