Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have remained tight-lipped about the mutual friend that introduced them. Now, one year and one baby into marriage, the Duchess of Sussex seems to have loosened up as she joked about who was responsible for the pair meeting.

The joke came about due to the guest editing role Markle took on for the September issue of British Vogue. The Forces For Change issue featured "15 women with 15 unique causes," according to the British Vogue website, and one of those women was British actress Jameela Jamil.

Jamil was asked to write an essay for the publication months ago but revealed to Grazia magazine she found out Markle was guest-editing around the same time as everyone else.

"We weren’t told there was a guest editor, and definitely not that it was Meghan," she explained.

"The Good Place" actress went on to admit that the Duchess of Sussex tried to call three times before she finally picked up. When she answered, Markle explained that she was the guest-editor and "apologized that the whole thing had been shrouded in so much secrecy."

During the phone call, the two also bonded over the NBC show "The Good Place," on which Jamil plays a character named Tahani.

"She said she loved 'The Good Place,'" the British activist shared. "I then felt immediately embarrassed that she had seen me joke about her on the show."

"She said she's grateful to Tahani for introducing her to Harry," Jamil continued. "I just replied, 'you're welcome.'"

Jamil's character Tahani is known for her celebrity pals and constant name-dropping and claimed to have introduced the couple in the show.

While it's obvious that a fictional character had nothing to do with Meghan meeting her Prince, the joke could be a sign that the public is that much closer to finding out who played matchmaker for the royal couple.

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The Duchess and Duke of Sussex are pictured on Jan. 14, 2019 in Birkenhead, United Kingdom. Danny Lawson/WPA Pool/Getty Images