For the second time on their anniversary, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will enjoy a private day together — albeit under rather different circumstances, this time around.

Harry and Meghan were married on May 19, 2018. By the time that day came up on the calendar in 2019, the couple had just welcomed their son Archie a few weeks earlier on May 6.

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Prince Harry & Meghan Markle's wedding anniversary 2020

On May 19, 2020, their lives have once again changed rather drastically: They now live in Los Angeles, California, and their anniversary has fallen during lockdown amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Appropriately, a source close to the couple informed People that: "Today the family is spending a quiet day together." They've cleared their schedule and will be relaxing with Archie at home.

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Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex on their wedding day at Windsor Castle.

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Will we see a social media post from Meghan & Prince Harry?

It's become something of a tradition for the royals to acknowledge milestones and events such as wedding anniversaries on social media. But, as of now, it remains up in the air if the Sussexes will relay a post for their day on social media.

Of course, the couple recently abandoned their Sussex Royal Instagram account. They did share a video of their son Archie on his first birthday, but it appeared by way of a collaboration with the UK's Save the Children charity.

A report in Vanity Fair added that their day will be spent "most likely offline, enjoying each other, Archie, and having some time to reflect on the past two years." This note would seem to cast doubt on the chances of seeing a post from the couple.

On their first anniversary, Harry and Meghan shared a "One year ago today..." video of memories along with a thank you message.