There is no denying that, aside from Kate Middleton and Prince William, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are among the most talked-about members of the Royal family. From being an actress, the 38-year-old California-native transformed into a respected princess after tying the knot with the youngest son of Prince Charles and Princess Diana. While Meghan and Harry are, obviously, happy together, rumors claimed that they are also encountering some problems in their marriage lately.

Reports have it that Prince Harry has been making adjustments in his lifestyle after marrying Meghan Markle. British reporter Angela Levin claimed, thru her "Harry: A Biography of a Prince" book, that friends of Prince William's younger brother have noticed a lot of changes. It was stated that the 32-year-old Duke of Sussex stopped his vices and has started behaving like a good boy now.

"There has been some criticism about her changing Harry. But I think she's very confident... And he doesn't mind at all," Angela told Fox News in an exclusive talk. "He is very, very proud of her. He's actually in awe of her. He wants to be with her more than anything. His relationship with her is more important than anything," she went on. The Brit journalist even claimed that Prince Harry stopped seeing some of his pals who did not "connect" with Meghan Markle.

Meanwhile, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle shocked their fans anew after they unfollowed everyone on their Instagram account last week. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, however, were to explain the main reason behind their latest move. According to the Royal couple, they want their fans to nominate their forces of change and revealed that only selected individuals and organizations would be followed in the future.

Just a few days ago, Meghan Markle received a myriad of praises and criticisms after it was revealed that she guest-edited the September issue of British Vogue. The wife of Prince Harry opted not to grace the cover of the famous magazine and feature 15 women instead, including transgender activist and artist Laverne Cox, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, South Sudanese-Australian model Adut Akech, and climate activist Greta Thunberg.

Daily Mail columnist Sarah Vine pointed out that most women featured on the cover are celebrities while the other half are unpopular. "...all of whom have been seemingly chosen more for what their inclusion says about you than anything else," she wrote. "There's a difference between being fashion royalty and actual royalty, which, by the way, can be just as hard work," Sarah added. Stay tuned to Business Times for the latest news and updates about Meghan Markle and Prince Harry!