The whole world has been watching Prince Harry and Meghan Markle after the proposal last week, their 16-month relationship that began when they met on a blind date in London arranged by a mutual friend. Prince Harry revealed he proposed while the couple made roast chicken at his home in Kensington Palace.
Wow, the Engagement ring is stunning but what would you expect when the centre stone Prince Harry had sourced from Botswana as this Place has special meaning to him. The 2 side stones were from his late Mothers Princess Diana’s brooch totalling 4.5 carats and all set in 18ct Yellow Gold. The 3-stone engagement ring was commissioned by London-based Cleave & Company, the official jewellers to the Queen.
We have heard that the wedding will be held at St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle, May 2018. It is said that Harry and Meghan will be planning most of the wedding and that the Royal Family will be funding the Church, flowers, and decoration for the day.
Meghan will have a very busy time ahead not only planning a wedding, but she will have to be Baptised and confirmed into the Church of England and apply for British citizenship.
Although Meghan will not become Princess Meghan due to the standards of British royal protocol, the former Hollywood star lacks "royal blood", there is talk that the couple will become but not confirmed Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
The couple will embark on their first official visit together in Nottingham on Friday, visiting the World Aids Day charity Fair at the Nottingham Academy. Ms Markle will not be continuing her acting career in the United Nations, she will instead start new charity work as a full time Royal.
We here at Goldfinger Rings wish them all the best in the future and a wonderful wedding.
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