This year, and , with whom she has two children, Archie and Lilibet, will celebrate their fourth year of marriage. While the 41-year-old is far from single now, she previously offered advice for those who have yet to find a match, shedding light on how she spent the romantic day while alone.

Advising her “singleton” readers, Meghan said those spending the day on their alone needed to be “their own Valentine”, and treat and honour themselves.

She continued: “I think you need to cook that beautiful dinner even when it’s just you, wear your favourite outfit, buy yourself some flowers, and celebrate the self-love that often gets muddled when we focus on what we don’t have.”

Although she had advocated for the perfect when single, she did also reveal what her perfect gift would be from a partner.

Again writing in The Tig, she said it was the thought that mattered when it came to presents, writing: “In terms of gifts, be it breakfast in bed, a sweet love note, or a single flower.”

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Meghan also enjoys personal touches, and in Harry’s recently released memoir, he revealed that his wife wrote a poem upon the birth of their daughter, Lilibet, which he interpreted as a love poem.

The “renewal of their vows” as he described it, revealed that she had written: “That was everything. That is a man. My love. That is not a Spare”.

Not only this, but after she helped guest edit British Vogue’s special edition called Forces for Change, she sent the contributors personalised thank-you gifts.

She sent a note written from her in beautiful calligraphy and a special leather-bound book with the title of the edition adorned on the cover.

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