He told IBTimesUK: "This report means we can expect an imminent engagement, with Meghan also rumoured to be leaving her TV series Suits".
Prince Harry reportedly took his girlfriend of 15 months to Buckingham Palace for a private tea with Queen Elizabeth II, according to reports. In the most recent news, the couple apparently had a secret tea party with Queen Elizabeth, allowing her and Markle to spend some time together, since she'll have to give Harry, the fifth in line for Britain's royal throne, permission before he can Wednesday.
Is Prince Harry about to pop the question?!
She also hinted at future plans for a public life together, saying they were enjoying time in private while they had it. Who knows, but she had earlier positioned herself as an expert on the art of afternoon tea, with a 2015 post on The Tig, according to People. The Suits actress is a delight. A month and a half after this meeting, the couple and the sovereign come to share all the tea from 17h to Buckingham Palace, a time highly symbolic.
It is reported the meeting was "deliberately informal", involved Darjeeling and Assam tea and selection of sandwiches, fruit or scones and cake.More news: Asia Cup Hockey: India beat Pakistan 3-1 to top Pool A
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Prince Harry has reportedly taken girlfriend Meghan Markle to meet the Queen, as speculation continues to mount a royal engagement is on the way.
Meghan recently opened up about the relationship during an interview with Vanity Fair magazine, in which she gushed about her love for her prince.
"We're two people who are really happy and in love". Harry is fifth in the line of succession - until his brother Prince William's wife Kate Middleton has her third child in May. Since he is still in the succession, he must get permission from the monarch to marry.
Arbiter explained that at the moment, everyone is looking for any indication that they are about to announce their official engagement, but with the royals, it's always about "timing, tradition and protocol".