PRINCE HARRY and Meghan Markle appear to have had their wedding date confirmed by the Archbishop of Canterbury. Latest news claims the churchman has been asked to give his blessing for the marriage, in a Daily Express exclusive. Are the pair engaged already?
Prince Harry, 33, and Meghan Markle, 36, have been together for about a year and a half.
It has got progressively serious with Meghan now appearing to have moved to London last weekend.
Meghan was seen yesterday shopping in London’s Sloane Square, and she seemed right at home.
Now it has emerged that the Archbishop of Canterbury has been asked to give his blessing to a marriage between Prince Harry and the actress.
It was not known whether Meghan would be allowed to get married there, as she has been divorced.
However, with a marriage licence from the Archbishop the ceremony has the green light.
However, there are other locations Meghan and Harry could choose for their nuptials.
Prince Harry: Archbishop of Canterbury has been asked to give his blessing for the marriage
The Sandringham Estate in Norfolkwould be an obvious choice.Harry has spent many happy occasions in his grandmother’s Sandringham home and is expected to return again this Christmas.
His brother, Prince William, lives in nearby Anmer Hall with Kate Middleton and their children.