Meghan Markle is the former actress who grew up in LA and attended school in Hollywood.
She later went on to star in hit TV show Suits, moving to Toronto to film it.
Now happily married to Prince Harry she is now Meghan, Duchess of Sussex.
However, the television star was previously married for two years.
She wed producer Trevor Engelson, 41, in Jamaica in 2011.
However, the pair went their separate ways two years later.
Who is Meghan Markle’s ex husband Trevor Engelson’s fiancee Tracey Kurland?
Tracey Aurland is a nutritionist from Los Angeles.
Cosmopolitan Magazine reported on Friday: “Engelson ‘proposed to Kurland on Friday, June 1, and commemorated the moment with a sweet (though, private) Instagram post.’”
According to the website he announcement involves and picture of the couple with Tracey wearing an engagement ring.
Engleson reportedly wrote under the snap: “Luckiest guy I know! Get ready to party!”
Tracey has an Instagram page is currently set to private.
The couple reportedly began dating on November last year.
A dietician may have an interest in common with Meghan, who is said to be a foodie.
Tracey’s nutritionist practise has its own webpage which reveals the clinic sits near Los Angeles National Veterans Park in the neighbourhood of Brentwood.
Meghan Markle’s ex husband Trevor Engelson is originally from New York and is eight years Prince Harry’s senior.
The Hollywood film producer is best known for his film Remember Me, starring Robert Pattinson – a drama focusing on the 9/11 tragedy.
Meghan and Trevor cited “irreconcilable differences” as the reason for their split.
It was revealed that Meghan Markle’s children won’t inherit a title from the actress if they are female.
The rule also means the title “Duke of Sussex” would die out if the two only have children.
Can Prince Harry run for Prime Minister?
According to the rules and regulations around who can become prime minister there is nothing officially stopping Harry from running.
Parliament states: “People wishing to stand as an MP must be over 18 years of age, be a British citizen or citizen of a Commonwealth country or the Republic of Ireland.”