After the marriage of ex-African-American actress Meghan Markle and Prince Harry of England, many are aware that the ex-Hollywood actress has already been married for the first time, and that her union with the American producer, Trevor Engelson, has ended in an unusual break.
Indeed, Meghan and Trevor met in 2004, then married in 2011. The specialist of the Royal Family Andrew Morton unveiled in his book Meghan: A Hollywood Princess, behind the scenes of the breakup of the couple.
According to Norton, it is two years later that the couple divorce, evoking “irreconcilable differences” . A friend of the producer recounts the “abrupt” way in which this marriage ended: “Meghan sent her engagement and wedding rings in a letter in the mail. ”
She allegedly accused her husband of not helping him to find roles, but also to no longer make efforts within their couple to continue to seduce and surprise.
In his book , Andrew Morton also suggests that several disputes would have overcome the goodwill of the couple. “I knew they were arguing sometimes, but nothing really bad. The only obstacle was distance. […] But I thought they were doing their best to get by , “ writes the biographer, citing Ninaki Priddy, the maid of honor at Meghan Markle’s first marriage.
At the time, the young woman had decided to leave Los Angeles to settle in Toronto (Canada) to develop her career. Remained in LA, Trevor Engelson and she only saw each other every three weeks. A situation that, in the long run, would have created distancings between the two lovebirds. As further says Andrew Morton, the break would have been devastating to Trevor for which the decision of his wife was ” completely unexpected “.
It has been widely reported that Trevor was “devastated” by the decision of his former wife; he was apparently shocked when she ended their marriage after two years.
Trevor at 41, five years older than Meghan. Trevor met Meghan in 2004 and the couple became engaged six years later in 2010. They were married on September 10, 2011 at the Jamaica Inn in Ocho Rios, Jamaica.