Prince Harry Reportedly Taking Meghan Markle To Pippa Middleton’s Wedding

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle might make their first public appearance as a couple during the wedding of Pippa Middleton on May 20. It has been reported that Pippa has invited Harry to her wedding and it looks like Harry will be taking his American girlfriend with him on that day.

Harry and Meghan have been keeping their relationship under the radar even if reports would say that the two have been dating for like months already. The latest photo which emerged last week was their first picture where they were hand-in-hand after a dinner date.

According to Mirror, Prince William's younger brother might be taking Meghan to the wedding of Pippa Middleton and James Matthews. It can be said that it will be a family affair and it's just expected that Harry will invite Meghan too.

Pippa has been reported that she invited Harry and the prince has been given plus one to the said event. People were quick to say that his plus one is Meghan and this will be their first public appearance as a couple.

Prince Harry maintained a good and close relationship with Kate Middleton as well as with her sister, Pippa even before he started dating Meghan Markle. But as per The Sun, Harry is adamant to take Markle with her.

Friends of the "Suits" actress have claimed that she virtually moved into Harry's cottage in Kensington Palace. Reports are swirling that the two are inseparable these days since the couple is said to be madly in love with each other.

Considering that the two no longer wants to hide their relationship from the public, Harry might really bring Markle to the said wedding. Besides, there will be no problem if he will really have her as his date on that special occasion.

Meanwhile, reports are rife that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle might get engage this spring. With how things are going on between them now, they really want to take their romance now to the next level.

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