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Prince Harry May Soon Be Getting Married

Travelers Today       By    Althea Serad

Updated: Feb 25, 2014 02:06 PM EST

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Prince Harry May Soon Be Getting Married
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Prince Harry May Soon Be Getting Married

 

 

Prince Harry is reportedly starting "royal marriage protocols".

The handsome royal has been linked with quite a few women over the past few years, but it looks like he is finally tying the knot with long-time beau Cressida Bonas.

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The 29-year-old British royal and the dancer have been dating for over 18 months already. According to reports, the charming royal have already proposed to the pretty socialite.

An insider from OK! Magazine of America however mentioned the royals' marital approval procedure before anybody can officially hear any wedding bells.

The OK! Insider said, "But first he needs to go through certain royal protocols, such as asking his grandmother's permission. Palace sources say there's not been a formal request made to her majesty yet, but the fact we're hearing about it means it's likely he's already popped the question and they're waiting until all the boxes are ticked before formally announcing it."

Fortunately, there are no qualms from the royal family as to the couple's union. In fact, they are in full support of any possible marriage. Queen Elizabeth II is even reportedly rooting for a wedding to take place soon.

A source reported, "It's no secret the queen would dearly love to see her roguish grandson settle down, and she thinks Cressy is his ideal match. She likes that [Cressy] comes from a good family, plus she has a twinkle in her eye that reminds [the queen] of her sister, the late Princess Margaret."

Becoming an official uncle to William and Kate's son, Prince George, has allegedly opened Prince Harry's eyes to the potential future of having a family with Bonas.

It was only seven months ago that Prince William and Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge welcomed their son George into the world.

Being witness to the unfolding of a happy story with his brother, it looks like Harry couldn't help having a family of his own, as is the case of the whole world who witnessed William and Kate's love story.

The insider concluded, "Seeing how happy his brother is now and how amazing his nephew is, Harry wants all that for himself."

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