Speculation of 'imminent' Prince Harry, Meghan Markle engagement as bookmaker suspends bets

Speculation of 'imminent' Prince Harry, Meghan Markle engagement as bookmaker suspends bets

Speculation of 'imminent' Prince Harry, Meghan Markle engagement as bookmaker suspends bets

And today bookmakers in Britain suspended betting on whether another royal engagement will take place, which indicates that very exciting news could be coming our way-and soon! "Wishing you all the happiness in the world Bella".

It looks like actress Meghan Markle is spending the holidays in London!

Some sources think Meghan Markle and Prince Harry won't announce their engagement until early next year (Photo:Reuters/ Splash News).

Markle - who has reportedly been "much more reserved" with her Suits costars ever since news of her romance with Prince Harry broke in October 2016 - was soaking in every second of her final moments on the legal drama set.

Then, Clarence House first released a statement saying that William and Kate would be Wednesday the next year before the couple gave a TV interview later that day and posed for photos at St James's Palace.

The UK Sun says a wedding announcement is imminent. THE SUN
The UK Sun says a wedding announcement is imminent. THE SUN

The British press has reported that Markle has already met in private with Harry's grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II.

Per usual, Kensington Palace says they will not comment on rumors, and any big changes for Prince Harry will come via official announcement. The actress said farewell to his american life, left the series Suits in which she performed the role of Rachel Zane, and crossed the Atlantic to live fully in his love with Harry.

Just hours after the bookies shut the bets on when Meghan and Harry's royal wedding could be, the Queen's royal household are reportedly due to gather at Buckingham Palace for an important update, The Daily Star Online reports.

She has been rumoured to be leaving for the United Kingdom ever since she and Harry made a very public display of affection at the Invictus Games in Canada in September.

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