Published On: Wed, Nov 22nd, 2017

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle reunited: Actress in London as couple prepare to "move in"


Meghan Markle, 36, has been photographed shopping in Chelsea, west London this week after arriving in the capital to join Prince Harry, 33.

The actress was enjoying a shopping spree in upmarket beachwear store Heidi Klein on the King’s Road.

Strolling along with a blonde companion, Meghan was wrapped up against the autumn chill.

She wore all black for her day out, choosing flared jeans, black boots and a chunky knit black jumper from Smyth to blend into the crowd.

Her outfit was accented with grey, and Meghan looked chic in a long grey scarf wrapped several times around her neck and a grey leather jacket.

Shielding her eyes from the winter glare, Meghan sported tortoiseshell sunglasses.

The petite brunette wore her hair in a bun, with loose strands framing her face.

Prince Harry’s girlfriend carried a Prada handbag, £2000, as well as a shopping bag from Sarah Chapman, who is a celebrity facialist with an expensive range of skincare products.

Her jaunt in a swimwear shop could hint at a sunny holiday for Meghan and her royal boyfriend.

The pictures have emerged as a source says Meghan has packed her bags and moved to the UK. All eyes are on the couple as it has been rumoured Meghan has quit her legal drama Suits for good in order to relocate to London.

A source told US Weekly: “Meghan has officially moved out of her Toronto apartment. Movers were seen there yesterday and today.

“Meghan’s furniture from her Toronto home will be going into storage and her personal belongings are being sent to the UK.”

The source added: “There are no plans for them to live separately. Meghan will move right in.”

If they do marry, The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, is said to have no objections to the couple marrying at Westminster Abbey, the Daily Express understands.

But Harry and Meghan may wish for a quieter wedding than that of Prince William and Kate Middleton, and so could choose a countryside location instead.

If so, royal venue The Sandringham Estate in Norfolk would be an obvious choice.

Harry has spent many happy occasions in his grandmother’s Sandringham home, and is expected to return again this Christmas.

As well as a church on site, there is the Sandringham restaurant which is available for weddings and events, so an experienced team is already in place to cope with any celebrations.

There is also space for a marquee, which is described on the website as “secluded and private”.


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