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27 May 2024

Meghan Markle to move in with Prince Harry?

By Bang

Meghan Markle is reportedly planning on quitting 'Suits' in favour of moving in with her boyfriend Prince Harry.

The 35-year-old actress currently stars in the legal drama as paralegal Rachel Zane, but could be looking to throw in the towel as her relationship with the 32-year-old royal - whom she has been dating since last summer - becomes more serious.

So far, Meghan and Prince Harry have had to endure a long distance relationship, but if the brunette beauty quits her role on the drama series she will be free to move in with her beau, who currently resides in Nottingham Cottage on the grounds of Kensington Palace.

Meanwhile, the loved-up couple may get a trial run of living together later this year as Prince Harry is set to head off to Canada - where 'Suits' is filmed - for the Invictus Games, and could stay with Meghan whilst he's there.

A source said recently: "Harry has a lot on his agenda over the coming months but will be very hands-on with organising the Invictus Games. He will be working with the local organising committee to ensure that everything goes smoothly. He's a huge fan of Toronto and has had nothing but support from everyone involved. Of course it will also give him a legitimate reason to spend more time with Meghan, he's truly smitten."

Harry and Megan initially kept details of their relationship under wraps but they're now willing to share it with the world after they were spotted walking hand-in-hand in London.

A source said: "An engagement is certainly one possible outcome ... They are really just enjoying spending time together."

It comes after it was claimed the pair have been pretty "inseparable" since the beginning of the year.

An insider shared: "They are really just enjoying spending time together ... It just feels very natural for them both. It feels easy - like they've known each other for a long time."