Prince Harry Reportedly Receives Queen's Permission To Propose To Meghan Markle

Henrietta Strickland
May 19, 2017

[Image by Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images] Lorna Haddon also said she believes that Meghan Markle is a lover of colored stones, like Princess Diana and the rest of the Royal Family, and she believes that Prince Harry would most likely choose one of these for her engagement ring.

According to the Express, Harry and Meghan would be granted a church wedding.

Luckily for Prince Harry, Meghan Markle's controversial past doesn't seem to bother Queen Elizabeth one bit.

Meghan Markle was introduced to the Queen in March this year, during the royal Mother's Day celebrations, and it has now been reported that HRH has given Prince Harry her blessing to pop the question.

Markle, the American actress and Prince Harry's girlfriend, has planned to attend Pippa Middleton, Kate Middleton's younger sister, with Prince Harry on Saturday, so she arrived at London's Heathrow International Airport on Tuesday, E!

Meghan has reportedly gotten closer to Harry's brother, Prince William, and wife Kate Middleton, as well.

Middleton will be saying "I do" to her fiance, James Matthews, at St. Mark's Church in Englefield, England. According to the Act of Settlement of 1701, those who are in the line of succession may not keep their right to the throne once they marry a Catholic, as they would represent the Church of England. A walk down the aisle for the 32-year-old prince and the Suits actress, 35, would no doubt be the royal event of the year - but what would have to happen before, and after, an official engagement announcement? Moreover, this invitation proves that the story of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle is really serious.

Harry and Meghan first met in Canada last year while the former was promoting Invictus Games for disabled servicemen, which will take place in Toronto in September this year. By August, reports emerged suggesting that they were "definitely an item".

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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