She's above the 'no ring no bring' rule
Words by Jadie Troy-Pryde
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been dating for almost a year, and many have speculated that the recently settled down 32 year-old royal could be ready to pop the question. There has already been talk of the couple moving in together, and Meghan suddenly closed down her lifestyle blog, The Tig, in April which got tongues wagging.
But if there's one tell-tale sign that things are getting serious between Harry and Meghan it's not just the fact that they were spotted sharing a rare PDA at a recent polo match - it's the fact that a few rules are being broken to accommodate the actress.
Pippa Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge's sister, is getting married later this month and although there was initially a 'no ring no bring' rule for guests' partners, Meghan was able to secure an invite to the reception.
However, it seems that Pippa has gone one step further to allow Meghan (essentially her sister's future sister-in-law) to join in the full celebration.
According to The Daily Telegraph, the Suits actress will be joining the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, at the affair when Pippa marries James Matthews.
Considering that the groom-to-be is the brother of Made In Chelsea's Spencer Matthews, Meghan will be brushing shoulders with royals and reality stars alike.
Now we're imagining what would happen if E4 had the rights to the after party when they're all swilling the champers. What a great spin-off that would be...
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