Although the wedding anniversary was a low-key event, fans of the couple took to social media to share throwback pictures and videos from their big day.
Officially stepping down on March 31, the pair have now reportedly made the most of their new private lives by spending their anniversary "quietly" at home with son Archie.
Despite fans celebrating the occasion, some were disappointed that none of the royal family marked it on social media.
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"Plus, there's nothing on any of the royals' social media accounts".
Fortunately, Meghan and Harry have each other.
"Harry has told friends he is really missing the Army as well as his military appointments". Too much cutthroat business going on.
No one in the royal family wished Harry and Meghan a happy anniversary.
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"You have no shame and definitely no heart!"
Meghan has spoken in the past about just taking some time out.
They told Vanity Fair " s Katie Nicholl: "The a year ago has been pretty epic and all the changes they have lived through and gone through are huge.To be honest they're only just coming up for air'. 'But it will still be a lovely day'.
The source went on to explain how Meghan and Harry wanted clear diaries so they could make sure the day was extra-special. "Just family time and keeping it simple", a source said.
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Revealing they have been very busy working on various charities, the source continued: 'They're not going to be doing any work and made sure they have no meetings or calls in the diary'. They stepped back as "senior members" of the royal family in January, choosing to relinquish their HRH titles and become financially independent.