Archbishop's biggest fears about the royal wedding

Posted March 18, 2018

Because before Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have tied the knot, the story of their love is about to be unleashed in the Lifetime movie Harry and Meghan: A Royal Romance.

Instead, the romantic prince made a decision to follow the example of big brother Prince William and their adored mother, the late Princess Diana, neither of whom signed prenups, the UK-based Metro reported.

However, Prince Harry loves his bride-to-be and reportedly rejected the courtiers' advice to sign a prenuptial agreement. 'He's determined that his marriage will be a lasting one, so there's no need for him to sign anything.' a source told MailOnline.

Princess Diana, who died at the age of 36, was 5ft 10 - making it clear Harry and William got their height from their mother, as Prince Charles is just 5ft 9.

The news is in sharp contrast to a report by another daily that a prenup was being drawn up since both Harry and Meghan have their respective assets to safeguard. Similarly, Canadian luxury outerwear brand Sentaler got a lift from the actor in December 2017 when she was pictured wearing one of the label's coats to a Christmas church service attended by the royal family. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Wednesday on a Friday and the Queen on a Thursday.

Harry and Ms Markle will tie the knot at St George's Chapel in Windsor Castle on 19th May.

And this week she gave the pair her permission to marry in May via an official letter, in which she called Harry her "most dearly beloved grandson".

On March 8, it was reported that Markle had been baptised into the Church of England in a private ceremony on March 6, but the event had yet to be offically confirmed. Due to the Succession to the Crown Act 2013, the first six people in the line of the throne must have the Queen's consent before they can marry.