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Meghan Markle Reportedly Just Touched Down in London

Meghan Markle Reportedly Just Touched Down in London

An insider claims the 36-year-old Suits actress wants to be Queen one day and she believes meeting Prince Harry is just the first step.

Now, it's been reported that the pair are already engaged and Meghan is moving to London.

"If Meg marries Harry she'll have won the lottery of life but dad winning the lottery helped us all", the 51-year-old told the publication.

Mehgan Markle's brother Tom Jr says the actress was always the "family princess" but got a good start thanks to their dad's secret lotto win.

"She was always the family's princess but now she's going to be a real princess and I couldn't be more proud".

Tom and Meghan may have grown up together but are now believed to be estranged - still, that didn't stop him from commenting on increasingly loud whispers of an imminent royal engagement.

Meghan Markle Reportedly Just Touched Down in London
Meghan Markle Reportedly Just Touched Down in London

Following the holiday time-off, Markle is expected to move to the United Kingdom capital as royal watchers anticipate an engagement by the end of this year, with a royal wedding on the cards later.

Mehgan's brother made headlines of his own earlier this year after being accused of putting a gun to his girlfriend's head during a drunken altercation but all charges have since been dropped. Prince Harry, 33, is also said to have become very attached to the dogs while visiting Miss Markle, said the Daily Mail.

Meghan Markle has just finished filming Suits and flown to the United Kingdom to be with her boyfriend of over a year, Prince Harry, as news of a royal engagement is expected to be announced any day now.

Miss Markle, who stars in legal TV drama Suits, has been rumoured to be leaving for the United Kingdom ever since she and Harry made a very public display of affection at the Invictus Games in Canada in September. The actress recently opened up about the relationship during an interview with Vanity Fair magazine, in which she gushed about her prince.

The actress was reportedly spotted flying to London from Toronto (via Hello!) following claims that she and co-star Patrick J. Adams - who play on-screen couple Rachel Zane and Mike Ross in the hit legal show - won't be reprising their roles for the next series.

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