Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Wedding Date May Already be Set

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Wedding Date May Already be Set

Another friend of Meghan Markle expresses her joy over her romance with Prince Harry.

According to the Daily Mail, Meghan and Harry arrived at the Queen's private entrance to Buckingham Palace on Thursday of last week (in a vehicle with blacked-out windows, no less).

According to the Daily Mail's source, Markle arrived at Buckingham Palace on Thursday, October 12, in a "Ford Galaxy with blacked out windows".

It's believed the meeting was held in the Queen's private sitting room at around 5pm and Prince Philip was not in attendance.

Prince Harry's girlfriend was dressed in her character Rachel's signature pencil skirt and white shirt as she exited the building after filming.

Tea with The Queen is a big deal. It is said to be the Queen's favourite time of day and it's a bonus when her grandchildren join her.

It is reported the meeting was "deliberately informal", involved Darjeeling and Assam tea and selection of sandwiches, fruit or scones and cake.

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'I understand the Queen spent nearly an hour with her grandson and the Los Angeles-born Meghan, who stars in the United States legal drama Suits, ' says Kay.

Insiders say that Harry, 33, had spoken to his grandmother during the summer at Balmoral asking to introduce Meghan, who is three years his senior.

While Duchess Camilla reportedly mused to a staff member that Meghan was a "a very nice girl and very pleasant".

"Her interview in Vanity Fair set the scene, their appearances at the Invictus Games confirmed their closeness and meeting the Queen was the logical next step before announcing their engagement which is expected, probably after the Queen and Duke's Platinum Wedding Anniversary, very shortly".

Meanwhile, an insider revealed that Prince Harry and Markle's wedding will not be as grand as Prince William and Kate Middleton's.

"It is not a question of if but when", the source claimed.

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