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Prince Harry And Meghan Markle are moving in together later this year.

The 32-year-old royal, Prince Harry is reportedly making plans to move his American girlfriend, Meghan Markle into his royal residence later this year.

Prepare to see a whole lot more of Meghan Markle in the United Kingdom this summer as she is reportedly planning to move in with her boyfriend, Prince Harry, into a new apartment at Kensington Palace.


The Californian-born star – who has exclusively written several pieces on her biracial identity and the responsibility of fame for ELLE UK. She has been a regular visitor to Nottingham Cottage, the flat where the prince currently resides at the palace. She will soon move into a new royal residence with her 32-year-old beau. It will happen once shooting for her hit US television show finishes later this year.

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Prince Harry spent time with Meghan Markle during a wedding in Jamaica on March 3, 2017.


Harry keeps popping round and asking when the apartment will be ready. ‘He seems in a real hurry to move in with Meghan’.


Prince Harry Photographed Holding Hands With Meghan Markle During Date Night in London.

The new apartment is reportedly closer to the permanent home where the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, William and Kate will move into from September. They will move when Prince George will start his schooling at Thomas’s private school in Battersea, South London.


The move means Harry’s niece, Princess Charlotte, will be able to spend more time with her potential future Aunt. After the pair spent a girls’ day together earlier this year with Kate Middleton.


The news of Harry’s plans to give Meghan a key to his crib comes. This comes days after he reportedly treated the 35-year-old to an after-hours trip to the Natural history Museum in London.


Since the pair confirmed their romance last summer, Meghan and Harry have been keen to spend as much time as possible with one another.

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