Meghan Markle reportedly flew to London this weekend to spend time with her boyfriend Prince Harry, amid rumours she is set to relocate permanently.
The 36-year-old actress is believed to have flown from Toronto, Canada, where she films her legal drama 'Suits', on Saturday in order to land in London where her flame-haired royal beau resides.
It is unknown how long Meghan plans to stay in the English capital, but it comes as Harry's grandparents, Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip, hosted a family dinner to commemorate their 70th wedding anniversary.
According to Hello! magazine, the brunette beauty wrapped up filming on 'Suits' last week, and has now headed to London to spend her well-deserved time off with 33-year-old Prince Harry.
The news of their rapidly moving romance comes after it was previously reported that Meghan was keen to move her pet pooches - a Labrador/shepherd mix named Bogart and a beagle called Guy - to the UK, as she's looking to move to the country permanently, and misses her dogs when she's away from them.
A source said: "She is very close to those two dogs. She lets them sleep on her bed and they eat only the highest quality organic food.
"She misses them when she is away and will even get someone to FaceTime her with them.
"The fact she's started the process of moving them to England is the clearest hint yet that she sees her future living in London with Harry."
And the reports only add to speculation that an engagement is on the cards, with some sources suggesting the pair have already taken their relationship to the next level, but are waiting before they tell the world.
One insider said: "He [Harry] always planned to share the news only with family [Queen Elizabeth, Prince Charles and Prince William] at first so he could enjoy it before word spread. But they will make an official announcement soon."