Questions were being asked last night about how No 10 was dragged into the speculation over a possible announcement of an engagement between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. The Buckingham Palace staff as well as Queen Elizabeth were briefed on November 24 with details on the couple's engagement and wedding plans, the Royal source told the outlet.
After Daily Star Online exclusively revealed the engagement was announced to Palace staff in a secret meeting, it now appears they will make it official this week.
However, the couple met with officials and Queen Elizabeth in a private, hush-hush meeting instead. Radar Online reported that Prime Minister Theresa May has cleared her public schedule for Tuesday, as she has reportedly been informed that the announcement will take place on that day.
Meghan Markle's engagement ring from Prince William has become the hot topic and everyone wanted to know about it.
Harry also wants to lead a more quiet life, away from the media as opposed to his older brother Prince William.
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Correspondent Gavin Grey told Rachel Smalley the announcement of his engagement is a matter of timing particularly when Kate Middleton is about to have her third child.
Reportedly, Prince Harry has given Meghan Markle a specially made ring whose gem comes from the brooch of the late Princess Diana.
Megan is now said to have bodyguards protecting her from the Metropolitan Police's Protection Command as the rumour mill goes into overdrive.
Things have got increasingly more serious between the pair in recent months, with Meghan, 36, reportedly set to quit working on her legal drama "Suits" in favour of a life in the United Kingdom with Harry, where she has also reportedly relocated her pet dogs.