Currently the couple are living in Los Angeles where many lockdown restrictions remain in place due to COVID-19. Meghan and Harry celebrated the occasion with an intimate family affair according to reports.
Speaking to The Mirror a source close to the couple said: “They spent the day as a family and in the evening, Doria looked after Archie so that Meghan and Harry could enjoy some couple time.
“Harry cooked Meghan a three-course dinner, but Doria helped him with the preparation.
“While Harry has become a better cook since marrying Meghan, he still has a way to go!”
The source also revealed Harry brought Meghan two special and highly personalised gifts.
The first was a necklace which he’d personally designed for his wife.
Harry is also said to have given Meghan a framed photograph of the two of them together.
Despite stepping down as a senior royal earlier this year Meghan’s birthday was also marked by other members of the royal family.
The Queen posted a photograph of her with Meghan from when they made a joint visit to Chester in 2018.
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Following discussions with other leading royals they agreed to drop their “Sussex Royal” brand and to repay the taxpayer money spent refurbishing their Frogmore Cottage home.
After an initial spell in Canada Harry and Meghan moved to Los Angeles shortly before the coronavirus lockdown was imposed.
During the lockdown both royals were spotted delivering supplies to vulnerable residents in the city.
Prince Charles caught COVID-19 early on in the pandemic but only experienced mild symptoms and made a full recovery.
The Queen went into self-isolation at Windsor Castle where she delivered an emotive address to the nation in early April.
Earlier this month American business magazine Fast Company published an article by Prince Harry in which he warned about a “crisis of hate” being stoked by social media.
He wrote: “A little over four weeks ago, my wife and I started calling business leaders, heads of major corporations, and chief marketing officers at brands and organisations we all use in our daily lives.
“Our message was clear: The digital landscape is unwell and companies like yours have the chance to reconsider your role in funding and supporting online platforms that have contributed to, stoked, and created the conditions for a crisis of hate, a crisis of health, and a crisis of truth.
“We’ve always believed that individuals and communities thrive when the frameworks around them are built from compassion, trust, and well-being.
“Sadly, this belief is at odds with much of what is being experienced by people on social media.”