Prince Harry, Meghan Markle to Marry in Spring
The British royal and the U.S. actress are engaged and will wed next year.
It’s confirmed: Prince Harry and American actress Meghan Markle are set to get married.
The news — which had been widely expected in the British press — was finally unveiled Monday by Clarence House, which manages the affairs of Prince Charles, Harry’s father.
“His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales is delighted to announce the engagement of Prince Harry to Ms Meghan Markle,» the announcement, posted on Twitter, read. «The wedding will take place in spring 2018. Further details about the wedding day will be announced in due course.» His Royal Highness and Markle became engaged in London earlier this month. Prince Harry has informed Her Majesty The Queen and other close members of his family. Prince Harry has also sought and received the blessing of Ms Markle’s parents.»
Markle, who currently stars in the legal drama Suits, first met Prince Harry through friends in July 2016. Their relationship only became public in early 2017, six months after they began dating. THRearlier this month broke the news that Markle was to exit Suits ahead of season 8, a move that added further fuel to rumors of a royal wedding.
Harry attacked the U.K. press for the «racial overtones» in its reporting of their relationship, with Markle having described herself as biracial and «half black and half white.»
The Prince has quite a few months coming up, with it recently being revealed that he stars as a Stormtrooper alongside his brother Prince William in Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
The couple made an appearance together shortly after the announcement (below).
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle make their first appearance together as an engaged couple https://t.co/KWHqIEM8My // https://t.co/AJ87KqpSBW pic.twitter.com/AXEmnx27SY
— CNN (@CNN) November 27, 2017
Newly engaged couple Prince Harry and American actress Meghan Markle pose for photos after their engagement was announced Monday by the office of Harry's father, Prince Charles https://t.co/dZeyUy4mYf pic.twitter.com/3qO1JuKjdw
— CBS News (@CBSNews) November 27, 2017
This article was originally published by: The Hollywood Reporter