"Coming from different backgrounds, I think, they have more the makings of a team than people imagined", royal expert Robert Lacey went on to tell the publication.
The Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harry met a number of celebrities on Sunday night during their appearance at The Lion King premiere in London, including Grammy victor Pharrell Williams, who produced numerous songs on the live-action remake's soundtrack.
During the event Meghan and her husband Prince Harry met Beyonce and Jay Z - and it nearly too much for fans to deal with. She also added, "We love you guys!"However, Bey and Jay weren't the only ones to meet the royals".
Harry said: "You've been rather busy".
Most recently, when Meghan requested fans refrain from taking pictures of her at Wimbledon, many felt the request was ridiculous considering the Duchess of Sussex, "private capacity" or not, was in a very public place.
"There's a sense there that she's been under attack and that someone should have stood up and defended her".
"So happy for your union. I think what she's doing is going to, as I was told by a palace courtier, a handful of things that she has wanted to go to, to support Harry, but don't expect to see her really in full work mode until later in September".
"Meghan made a huge sacrifice by moving across the pond, away from her mom and friends", the insider said. He says the couple was "super down to earth and lovely".
Meghan herself appeared to admit this week that royal life was indeed a bit of a struggle. "It's significant. We cheer you guys on".
And despite being mega-stars in their own right, Seth Rogen and Billy Eichner, who play Pumbaa and Timon respectively in the live-action remake, were starstruck themselves as they enjoyed an exchange with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.