MEGHAN & HARRY: WED­DING BELLS?

They’ve been to­gether less than a year, but Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are said to be pre­par­ing a guest list al­ready…

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Could Meghan Markle look any hap­pier right now? Not only did the Suits ac­tress fly out to a wed­ding in Ja­maica last week­end (which to be hon­est, is a treat enough), she at­tended with Prince Harry, who also hap­pens to be her se­ri­ous boyfriend. And while we’ll ad­mit to be­ing 70 per cent jeal­ous, 30 per cent happy for the loved-up pair, a source has told Look that the next wed­ding they’ll at­tend (af­ter P-middy’s, obvs) could be their own.

Yep, a close pal has re­vealed that Meghan, 35, and 32-year-old Harry have ‘talked at length’ about their fu­ture and while many have sug­gested the en­gage­ment has hap­pened al­ready, we’re told it is in fact im­mi­nent.

‘Harry has never been more se­ri­ous about com­mit­ting to some­one,’ says our source. ‘He’s found the one. Meghan is 35 and the fact is they both re­ally want a fu­ture to­gether where they can have chil­dren and start a fam­ily. Time is of the essence.’

But while the pair looked as though they had a great time cel­e­brat­ing the wed­ding of Harry’s friends, Tom ‘Skippy’ In­skip and Lara Hughes-young last week­end, we doubt they’ll be ex­chang­ing vows in Ja­maica as Megs mar­ried her first hus­band, di­rec­tor Trevor En­gel­son, there back in 2011. But it will be soon.

‘Harry doesn’t want a long en­gage­ment. Ide­ally he’d like to get en­gaged in the early sum­mer and have the wed­ding by the end of the year. ‘Meghan is thrilled – they’ve talked at length about the tim­ings, the en­gage­ment and even who they would want at their wed­ding. All of [Harry’s] in­ner cir­cle have been told it will be a few months be­fore the of­fi­cial en­gage­ment is an­nounced and that there will be a wed­ding soon af­ter. It’s def­i­nitely a case of when, rather than if.’ We are so ex­cited.

Harry’s never been so se­ri­ous about com­mit­ting

Look­ing very hands on at a re­cent wed­ding

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