But as with everything in life, there are downsides, too, and during a visit to the WellChild Awards yesterday night (September 4), the newlyweds shared their biggest bugbear.
While speaking to four-year-old Mckenzie Brackley, who won an award for being an Inspirational Child following his battle with Acute Flaccid Paralysis, the youngster told the Duke and Duchess of Sussex that he wasn't keen on the cameras - at which point Meghan and Harry told him they completely agreed.
"They were so lovely. They knew [Mckenzie] was scared of the cameras and they said they didn’t like the cameras either so they turned around," Mckenzie's mother Amy told reporters.
Harry and Meghan have had a particularly rough ride when it comes to intrusion from the media, particularly towards the beginning of their relationship. Just a few months after they began dating, in November 2016, Kensington Palace made the unusual move of releasing a statement on behalf of Prince Harry urging the media to leave his then-girlfriend and her family alone.
Kensington Palace has issued a statement this morning about the harassment currently being experienced by Meghan Markle and her family. pic.twitter.com/EuFZ4fmUIj
- Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) November 8, 2016
Writing that Harry has "never been comfortable" with the "significant curiosity about his private life", the letter went on to say the media had crossed a line with its intrusion of Meghan.
"His girlfriend, Meghan Markle, has been subject to a wave of abuse and harassment," the statement read. "Prince Harry is worried about Ms. Markle’s safety and is deeply disappointed that he has not been able to protect her. It is not right that a few months into a relationship with him that Ms. Markle should be subjected to such a storm.
"He knows commentators will say this is ‘the price she has to pay’ and that ‘this is all part of the game’. He strongly disagrees. This is not a game - it is her life and his."
The powerful letter made a difference, and the harsh criticism of Meghan slowed down. But it's no surprise that the experience has left both Harry and Meghan wary of the cameras and the media presence following their lives.
But as Harry said in his statement back in November 2016, he does also recognise the benefit of the media presence when it comes to raising awareness of "the issues he cares about".
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