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Lifetime has cast its Meghan Markle and Prince Harry for the film adaptation of the royal couple’s love story, entitled Harry & Meghan: A Royal Romance, Vanity Fair is reporting. Markle will be played by Parisa Fitz-Henley; the movie’s Harry is Murray Fraser. Fitz-Henley notably played Luke Cage’s love interest Reva Connors in Jessica Jones and Luke Cage. She’s also made appearances in Grey’s Anatomy, Blue Bloods, House of Cards, and more.

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Fraser is a British actor who previously played PC Jason Denny in The Loch and Evan in Victoria (that series starring Jenna Coleman, who at one point was rumored to have romantic ties to the real Prince Harry. Small world!)

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Lifetime’s movie will tell Markle and Harry’s actual love story…from what is publicly known of it. Markle and Harry were set up by a friend (said to be Harry’s childhood friend and Ralph Lauren PR rep Violet von Westenholz) in summer 2016. Their third date, Prince Harry said during their first official interview as an engaged couple, was a trip to Botswana. From there, there have been secret weekends in Toronto and London! Another vacation in Africa! And a casual, dinner proposal over roast chicken! And all this happening between a prince and an actress who herself starred in two Hallmark Channel movies! Basically, it’s all the fixings of an excellent Lifetime flick, coming to you this spring, presumably around the time of the May 19th royal wedding.

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