A woman dubbed the 'world's best matchmaker' has claimed that she would not have picked Meghan Markle for Prince Harry.
Lara Asprey, who runs Asprey Introductions, also says that she 'put out feelers' to get Harry on her books when he was single.
"We have friends in common and I had lots of people for him," she told Hello! magazine. "Then he was introduced to Meghan... Someone else got there first."
I would not have necessarily picked her as perfect for Harry so it just goes to show that chemistry is unpredictable.
She added: "I would not have necessarily picked her as perfect for Harry so it just goes to show that chemistry is unpredictable.
"Had I met her I'd have seen it because they're great together."
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's chemistry seem to be going strong after romantic Harry posted a birthday tribute to his wife on Instagram.
He posted a snap of the Duchess to mark her 38th birthday and thanked his "amazing wife" for joining him on their "adventure" together.
The caption read: "Wishing HRH The Duchess of Sussex a very Happy Birthday" and included a note from Harry: "Happy Birthday to my amazing wife. Thank you for joining me on this adventure! - Love, H."
Days earlier, experts said Meghan needed to take "more advice" as she adjusts to life as a member of the royal family.
After dividing many over her guest-editing stint at Vogue, royal biographer Angela Levin said that Meghan – who is mum to three-month-old son Archie Harrison – is finding life as the Duchess of Sussex "very hard".
She told Fox News: "I think it's very hard for her. I think she's done brilliantly at some things – she's marvellous when they're out and about and she's very good at talking to people."
However, Angela added that it's been especially difficult for former actress Meghan as she's always been used to "making her own decisions".
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