The loved-up cou­ple could be tak­ing a very dif­fer­ent ap­proach to their fu­ture to­gether...

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The good news is that we’re told an­other royal wed­ding is im­mi­nent. The bad news? You might want to hold off plan­ning a street party just yet. Ac­cord­ing to our sources, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are in­for­mally telling friends to pre­pare for an au­tumn wed­ding, but are in­sist­ing it will be a very un­der­stated affair.

It’s not a to­tal sur­prise. Af­ter all, Harry and Megs have al­ways kept their re­la­tion­ship ex­tremely pri­vate. While a royal wed­ding is usu­ally a na­tion­wide cel­e­bra­tion (read: a day off work), it’s fit­ting th­ese two would be the ones to break the sta­tus quo. In a re­cent, shock­ingly can­did in­ter­view, Harry bravely re­vealed he ‘wanted out’ of the Royal Fam­ily.

‘I felt I wanted out, but then de­cided to stay in and work out a role for my­self,’ ad­mit­ted the 32-year-old Prince. ‘We don’t want to be just a bunch of celebri­ties but in­stead use our role for good.’ Harry’s also ad­mit­ted no one in the fam­ily ‘wants to be king or queen’.

Meghan, 35, is said to be the driv­ing force be­hind the low-key ap­proach to their cel­e­bra­tions, with sources re­port­ing the ac­tress wants less than 400 guests. ‘Meghan’s made it clear to Harry that she doesn’t want a royal cir­cus like Kate had,’ re­veals a pal. ‘Meghan and Harry’s re­la­tion­ship is very dif­fer­ent to Kate and Will’s and a “royal” wed­ding just wouldn’t be right for them.

‘They’re ex­cep­tion­ally pri­vate and while Harry un­der­stands his re­spon­si­bil­ity as a royal, he also won’t let it rule his life. Meghan’s told Harry she doesn’t want to turn into a royal pup­pet and Harry is to­tally on board. Their re­la­tion­ship started pri­vately and re­mains very pri­vate even now, a year in. This will never change.’

It can’t be easy for Meghan and Harry. Meghan is said to be feel­ing the pres­sure of ad­just­ing to royal life. Last week, a 2014 photo shoot came to light and while we think it’s im­pos­si­ble for Megs to look any­thing other than stun­ning, we’re told she’s wor­ried about any pub­lic­ity at the mo­ment. ‘She doesn’t want any­thing to jeopardise her re­la­tion­ship,’ says our source.

It seems Harry is keen to be the sup­port­ive boyfriend. He’s re­port­edly com­mis­sioned royal jew­eller Harry Collins to cre­ate a £100,000 emer­ald and plat­inum ring from a bracelet that be­longed to his mother, and Megs was also spot­ted with a new gold thumb ring – said to be a gift from Harry. ‘It’s more of a prom­ise ring un­til they’re en­gaged,’ re­veals the source.

We’re also told that the pair have talked about chil­dren but it’s ‘way off ’ yet. Too right, Megs. But if we’re hon­est, Harry would make a great dad. He’s the best un­cle, last week gush­ing about Prince Ge­orge, three, and Princess Char­lotte, two. Speak­ing about be­ing fifth in line to the throne, Harry said: ‘The rea­son I’m now fifth is be­cause of my nephew and niece and I could never wish them away… They’re the most amaz­ing things ever.’ #Un­cle­goals

Meghan doesn’t want to be a royal pup­pet and Harry is to­tally on board

Meghan’s 2014 photo shoot

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