Prince Harry could be getting MARRIED to Meghan Markle after Kirstie Ennis allegedly lets the news slip
Former US marine and Paralympic hopeful Kirstie may have accidentally revealed all about the couple moving to the next stage of their relationship in a recent interview.
According to The Sun Online, Prince Harry's pal was asked about the royal's potential nuptials, which led to her hinting that a wedding could soon be on the cards for the lovebirds.
Kirstie met the Prince at an event for wounded soldiers called "Walking With the Wounded".
The pair seem to be so close that reporters recently asked her if she'd be attending – if it were to happen – the couple's wedding.
According to an unverified source, they told The Sun Online: "She reportedly nodded in response to a question about going to the prince’s 'upcoming wedding' and then said 'I don’t think I’m worried about the wedding. I’m worried about the after party.'"
Adding: "When pressed for more information she immediately 'pleaded the fifth' – the American term used when a person wishes to stay silent on an issue – perhaps realising she had given too much away."
She allegedly said "touché, true" when reminded the "fifth doesn’t count in England", according to The Express.
In February this year it was speculated Harry — whose real name is actually Henry — gave the Meghan star a promise ring.
Meghan was spotted wearing a ring out and about in Kensington and the Daily Mail claimed it has the initial 'H' designed on it, implying it's a promise ring from the prince.
This, along with actions taking by the 35 year old brunette that implies she was preparing for royal life, led everyone to believe they would soon be betrothed to one another.
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