Will Prince Harry propose to Meghan Markle soon? While the couple hasn't moved in together, an engagement ring could be in Markle's future.
A new report claims that the Royal asked the Suits actress to move in when she visited London. According to the report, Markle moved into Prince Harry’s cottage on the royals’ property. Sources also said they are “secretly engaged” and plan to live in Prince Harry’s residence at Kensington Palace.
However, palace sources told Gossip Cop that the rumors are completely false. Prince Harry, 32, and Markle, 35, aren’t engaged or living together. But Markle is spending a lot of time at Prince Harry’s residence in Nottingham Cottage.
So we could see a proposal in the near future. Markle and Harry’s relationship has gotten very serious in recent months. The two reportedly had a low-key Valentine’s Day at Kensington Palace. This came after the adorable couple was seen holding hands after a dinner date at Soho House in West London.
Prince Harry and Markle first started dating in May while Markle was filming Suits and Prince Harry was promoting the Invictus Games in Toronto. Since then, they’ve taken their relationship around the world. They’ve visited each other in Toronto and London and took a trip to Norway together. Prince Harry may even bring his girlfriend to his best friend Tom Inskip’s Jamaica wedding in March.
So when will Prince Harry propose to Markle? According to People, he needs to get the Queen’s permission first. The Royal Marriages Act 1772 originally gave monarchs the right to veto the marriage of a family member. The law was later repealed and replaced with more relaxed restrictions. It now only applies to the first six people in line to the throne, which includes Prince Harry.
If the Queen does give her permission, though, the couple could get engaged in 2017. Sources told E! News that they wouldn’t be surprised if Prince Harry proposed to Markle sometime this year.
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