In one still, Parisa Fitz-Henley, who plays Meghan, and Murray Fraser, who takes on the role of Prince Harry, can be seen sharing a warm embrace eerily similar to the portrait the real couple released to celebrate their engagement previous year.
Meghan Markle receives flowers as she leaves after attending the Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey in London.
While royal-watchers are anticipating May 19, the date when Meghan Markle and Prince Harry tie the knot, a made-for-TV movie about the couple's romance is slated to hit screens even earlier. Markle turned heads wearing a cream tailored coat by British designer Amanda Wakeley, a matching beret and navy dress designed by Stephen Jones, according to People.
The royal family are yet to confirm these details surrounding Meghan and Harry's wedding, and they aren't expected to ahead of the big day.
The Duchess wore a Locke & Co hat with a beautifully tailored navy coat from Beulah London, £650, that accentuated her baby bump.
The former United States actress, accompanied by Prince Harry, took part in a two-day course in the Herefordshire countryside.
Markle also already has security guarding her at all times.