has revealed to Mirror Online what the pair said to each other.
Harry, who married his wife at the same chapel, is thought to have commented: “Everything’s different.”
And Meghan shot back: “Yes, of course, that’s the way.”
She then seemed to make a reference to how full the venue was, as her sentence finished: “…fill up as much”
Harry seemed to be left chastened by the exchange (Image: mirror.co.uk)
The wedding was attended by 800 guests (Image: AFP/Getty Images)
As she spoke, the former Suits star raised her hands in apparent exasperation, before turning her polite smile back on and resuming the conversation with Zara.
Harry looked sheepish after the exchange, shuffling in his seat as though he had been admonished.
Body language expert Judi James said: “For some reason Harry looks distracted and fidgety as they wait in the pews, while Meghan sits facing front and looking demure and impervious, with a polite social smile on her face.
“Harry mutters something to Meghan and her eyebrows raise before she turns her head towards him, using what looks like an emphatic gesture with each word of her reply.”
The couple were all smiles at other times (Image: AFP/Getty Images)
She told the
Daily Mail : “Harry starts to talk to her and she performs a subtle eye-dart to her left, a bit like a mother whose kid is trying to interrupt her grown up conversation.
“She turns to Harry and seems to have a slightly firmer conversation, raising her hands and then bringing them together and using a small head-baton gesture for emphasis.
“Meghan leans back towards Zara, resuming her polite social smile along with their conversation.
“Harry rubs his face, chews his lips and leans into the side of his seat like a child that has just been told to sit still.”
Meghan was also filmed doing a similar emphatic gesture with her hands as she smiled and chatted with Princess Anne in the chapel.
The pair had their arms around each other as they left (Image: Getty Images)
Princess Eugenie, 28, and Jack Brooksbank, 32, wed at the chapel (Image: AFP/Getty Images)
And after the ceremony, the couple turned on the charm again, appeared loved-up for the cameras with their arms around each other.
Princess Eugenie, 28, and
Jack Brooksbank , 32, wed at the same spectacular 15th Century chapel that was chosen by Harry and Meghan for their own nuptials five months ago.
At the second
royal wedding of the year, Eugenie, the younger daughter of Andrew and his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson, and her groom were joined by some 800 guests.
The bride donned a stunning Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos gown that showed off her scoliosis scar, as well as towering Charlotte Olympia peep-toe heels.
The happy couple shared a kiss (Image: PA)
Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank leave St George’s Chapel after their wedding (Image: Getty Images)
She made her entrance at the church’s West Steps in a 1977 Rolls Royce Phantom VI belonging to her grandmother, waving to crowds standing in the wind.
Jack was waiting at the altar inside, alongside his best man and brother, Tom.
He uttered “Oh, my heart” when he saw his bride, before adding “Oh break my heart.”
Despite her heels – and long dress train – Eugenie still managed to
perform an impressive curtsy to the Queen during the ceremony, while holding on to her groom’s hand.
Eugenie looked overcome with excitement on her big day (Image: PA)
The Queen and Prince Philip at the service (Image: PA)
Jack, meanwhile, was seen bowing his head to Her Majesty at the venue, which was packed with a star-studded congregation including royals, aristocrats and VIPs.
The Queen was joined at the ceremony by the Duke of Edinburgh, the Prince of Wales, Harry and Meghan, and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, as well as other royals.
Little Prince George and Princess Charlotte were both part of the young bridal party.
And the wedding was followed by
a wild evening bash at the Duke of York’s residence at Royal Lodge .
Robbie Williams reportedly jumped on stage to belt out some of his greatest hits in front of 200 guests.