Is there a royal wedding going to happen soon?
Prince Harry and his girlfriend Meghan Markle have been pictured together enjoying some Carribean sunshine at the wedding of Tom Inskip.
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Do we hear wedding bells? — Well, they must be ringing somewhere, because Prince Harry, 32, and Meghan Markle, 35, are reportedly planning a Caribbean wedding.
A friend said: “This the first time that she and Harry have socialised so openly as a couple and is a significant step up in their relationship.
After attending Harry’s friend, Tom Inskip‘s wedding in Jamacia , March 3, something apparently came over Harry. “He was blown away by the romantic setting and told friends he wants his own wedding to have a similar feel,” a source told the mag.
Meghan’s reportedly always longed for a beach ceremony, so, the couple allegedly decided that a winter wedding in the Caribbean had to be the way they’d tie the knot.
Prince Harry was pictured holding his girlfriend’s hand after a dinner date in London last month as their relationship continues to gather speed.
So cute, but… are these two even engaged? Well, according to the source, Harry reportedly popped the question in secret in late 2016. Did we miss the memo? Anyway, as you could’ve guessed, Prince William, 34, will reportedly be Harry’s best man.
Meghan now “virtually” lives at Harry’s Kensington Palace cottage, sources have said.
A friend of the couple’s told The Sun that they have been “inseparable” since the start of the year.
“Meg is not filming in Toronto at the moment so she is free to spend all her time with Harry,” the source said.
A source told The Sun: “Harry wanted to make this first holiday something Meg will never forget.
With the relationship said to be moving “at lightning speed”, royal fans have begun discussing the possibility of a wedding.
Online bookies Betfair are offering 9/4 odds on Prince Harry popping the question. But could Harry marry previously-wed Meghan?
Historically, royals have not been allowed to marry divorcées.
Harry would still need the Queen’s approval before any wedding could be planned.