Radar has learned the Duke and Duchess of Sussex aren't planning anything extravagant, instead opting to enjoy each other's company with a "quiet" night at home.
"The anniversary will be a quiet celebration of everything they have achieved together as a family," a source tells Radar, adding that despite the drama with the royal family, the two have a lot to celebrate.
"As far as they are concerned they took on one of the most powerful firms the world has ever known and won," our insider reveals.
The source tells Radar, "The only two people in the world that could have predicted where Harry and Meghan would be today is Harry and Meghan. This was the plan all along."
Escaping the palace has reportedly been a long time coming for Harry.
"Harry has wanted out of his family and the family business since he turned 20," an insider revealed to Radar. "If he hadn’t found Meghan, he would have found someone else to help his escape."
"Finally he feels free. Harry has no regrets at all. He sees a bright future ahead for him and his family.”
Harry and Meghan are in love with the Golden State lifestyle and have no plans to move back to the United Kingdom.
"California is now their home. There is no chance of them ever returning to live in the U.K. They hope to visit and would welcome family members to visit them in America, but they are never moving back,” a friend of the couple says.
During his sit-down with Oprah, Harry revealed how much he enjoyed living in California.
"To have outdoor space where I can go for walks with Archie and we go for walks as a family and with the dogs. You know, we go on hikes or go down to the beach, which is so close," he told the talk show queen.
While Harry's home is now in the United States, he is planning to join his family for Princess Diana's 60th birthday tribute -- that is, as long as his pregnant wife can play some sort of role virtually.
As Radar reported, the royal family fears that if Harry's demands aren't met he might do the "unthinkable" and refuse to attend himself.