Dec 01, 2016 05:48 AM EST

'Suits' Star Meghan Markle, Prince Harry to Break Royal Tradition By Marrying In The U.S.?

Rumors of an engagement between a commoner and a royal blood are circulating lately. Prince Harry and his current lady love Meghan Markle is already engaged and are contemplating of tying the knot as per reports.

However, it will not be a traditional royal wedding because the loved-up pair is reportedly getting married either at the Big Sur or at the Catalina Island on the West Coast.

Morning News USA reported that the Queen has reportedly given her go signal for the unconventional wedding. Has the British monarchy revised its protocol on royal marriages?

Meghan Markle reportedly wants a wedding in California and the Prince who is so in love with her will give her what she wants. Will Prince Harry fly the entire royal family abroad to attend his wedding?

Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall are reportedly against his lady love because she is a commoner. Camilla Shand (formerly Parker Bowles) does not want another in the commoner in the family. Kate Middleton is enough and the palace will not allow one like her.

The Duchess of Cambridge claimed that Markle's humanitarian acts are merely for publicity according to the Duchess of Cambridge. She said that she was not known for her charities before she became the royal girlfriend. Now that Prince Harry's name is attached to her name, her works are media-magnified.

Prince William was silent regarding all the rumors concerning the palace. His father, heir apparent to the British throne is also not giving comments about his son's affair with the "Suits" actress.

A reporter surfaced and debunked the engagement; the wedding and the permission of the Queen to have her grandson marry outside of the palace. The palace insider said that all the proliferating rumors about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding plans are fabricated. Stay tuned for the truth and more updates about the loved-up pair.

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