October 2016: British tabloids start reporting that Prince Harry is dating the actress November 2016: Kensington Palace release a statement confirming the relationship and asking press to give Markle and her family privacy.
December 2016: The first photos of the couple together are published as Prince Harry takes Meghan on a date night to the theatre.
While we don't know the exact date Harry asked Meghan to officially be his lady, in November of last year Kensington Palace released a statement, quickly sending the world into a spin and confirming the relationship - even going as far as to say that the pair had been dating for a few months.
Whirlwind trips back and forth from London and Toronto ensued, with Markle quickly becoming a household name, and the most googled actress of 2016.
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Harry took Meghan as his date to both his friend's wedding in Jamacia and to his sister-in-law Pippa Middleton's wedding to James Matthews, and the pair made their public debut as a couple at a polo match in May, though they haven't been officially photographed together.
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But EIC Joanna Coles has defended Kelly's harshly worded piece.'Maura Kelly is a very provocative blogger,' Coles told the website Fashionista.
'She was an anorexic herself and this is a subject she feels very strongly about.'Coles added that her publication has received over 28,000 email responses to the piece, and that Kelly was 'excited and moved by their responses.'The furore began when she posted a story about CBS's 'Mike & Molly', a sitcom about an overweight couple who meet at Overeaters Anonymous.
Coles made clear that she hasn’t actually seen 'Mike & Molly' but added, 'I’m concerned about a show that makes fun of large people.'In her post Kelly tries to answer the question: Are people really uncomfortable watching overweight people making out on TV?
Kelly - a former anorexic - leaves no room for uncertainty with her own answer.'Yes, I think I'd be grossed out if I had to watch two characters with rolls and rolls of fat kissing each other...