Prince Harry, Meghan Markle Have NOT Set Wedding Date, Despite Report
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have not set a wedding date, despite a made-up report that wrongly claims the couple are tying the knot in London next spring. Gossip Cop can reveal the truth.
The allegation comes from In Touch, which claims the “lovebirds,” who are “more serious than ever,” have set a date for their wedding after Prince Harry secretly proposed to his girlfriend in Jamaica last month. A so-called “source” tells the outlet that the couple “want to get married in the spring of 2018” in either Westminster Abbey or St. Paul’s Cathedral.
The magazine’s dubious insider goes on to contend that the the wedding itself, which will be “quite the event,” will be watched “by two billion people on TV.” “Harry wants his and Meghan’s wedding reception,” which will be held at Buckingham Palace, “to be more fun than formal,” further purports the tipster. And as for the Queen, who is “very fond” of Prince Harry and approves of his relationship with the Hollywood actress, knows it’s best for her grandson to “marry for love.”
But, as expected, the entire article is bogus. Gossip Cop checked in with a source close to the situation who tells us that In Touch’s latest royal report is 100 percent “not true,” as Prince Harry and Markle have not set a wedding date. And as Gossip Cop has repeatedly proven, the often disproven magazine has no royal insight, and never will.
Of course, we’re not remotely surprised by the outlet’s made-up tale, the umpteenth report in an ever-growing list of inaccurate stories about the couple. In December, Gossip Cop called out the tabloid for falsely alleging Prince Harry was in a love triangle with Markle and Rihanna. And shortly after that ridiculous story, we corrected the publication for wrongly claiming Prince Harry’s family hated Markle. Much like those untrue reports, this latest claim is equally unfounded and not to be believed.