PUBLISHED: 11:52, Thu, Aug 13, 2020 | UPDATED: 11:53, Thu, Aug 13, 2020
‘Finding Freedom’ by Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand was released on Tuesday and unravelled the mysterious beginnings of Meghan and Harry's relationship. When the pair first met in London, Meghan was not long out of a two-year relationship with Canadian restaurateur Cory, who was Toronto’s most eligible bachelor. His family, with whom she spent Christmas 2015, apparently adored Meghan.
However, according to the book, by early 2016 Meghan was regretting how quickly things had progressed with Cory, because he didn’t want to settle down.
Meghan was only interested in a strong, committed relationship where they would one day get married and have children.
The book read: “In reality, though, her relationship with Cory had begun to deteriorate.
“By the start of 2016, Meghwn was confessing to friends that she regretted how quickly things had progressed with him.
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Meghan Markle had one big regret about her relationship with Cory (Image: GETTY)
Cory Vitiello (on the left) with Bruce Bailey arrive at Cinema Against AIDS Toronto 2011 (Image: GETTY)
“That was already obvious to some of her closest pals by the fact that she hadn’t moved in with the chef, Meghan had held on to her rental home.
“But it wasn’t until early that May that they officially ended their two-year romance.
“The problem, according to a source close to the couple, was Cory: he didn't want to settle down.”
Meghan broke off their relationship “without any specific accusations” and he did not resist.
Cory teaching children how to cook (Image: GETTY)