The 33-year-old Prince and the Suits star will marry at Windsor Castle in May.
Though she grew up in Hollywood, she is settling into royal life. The royals were joined by Meghan Markle at the Commonwealth Games on Monday.
Although she makes a stunning edition to the Royal Family, and has wowed want Britons with her natural charm, there is reportedly some things Meghan is already missing about her former life.
The actress is specifically missing her passion-project blog The Tig, which she shut down shortly after being linked to the Prince for the first time.
The actress wrote on her blog regularly, and also collaborated with other young women on its content.
Meghan gained a huge social media following, with 1.9 million followers on Instagram.
A source told the Mail Online: “Meghan’s finding getting used to the new life a little tough.
“She’s always been a free spirit and when she felt strongly about something, or just playful, she could tweet it or use her blog (The Tig).”
According to the source, Harry warned Meghan about the need to delete her social media.
They said: “But that’s gone now. Harry told her what it would be like. Even so, it’s all happened so suddenly.”
Meghan Markle’s feminist beliefs have been at the forefront of the actress’s activism long before she was linked to the Prince.
She also claimed Prince Harry is a feminist, when in Wales. /life-style/life/918360/prince-harry-meghan-markle-feminist
Meghan wrote a piece for Time Magazine in March 8, 2017, highlighting the plight of girls in India whose menstrual cycles prevent them from attending school.
Royal expert and managing editor of Dailybreak Kelly Lynch said: “I envision Meghan joining the conversation about gender equality alongside her friend, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and taking on patronages in the United Kingdom that she’s passionate about.
“You can tell that she and Prince Harry share an interest in building up the self esteem of young people and helping them to succeed as future leaders.”
How much will Meghan Markle’s wedding cost?
Meghan Markle’s wedding dress is tipped to be from Ralph & Russo, who produce gowns costing up to £320k and have dressed Beyonce and Cheryl.
Kate Middleton’s wedding to Prince William also cost taxpayers in the region of £20m.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s May 19 royal wedding at Windsor Castle is expected to cost taxpayers over £24 million, as the British public foot the entire security bill.