WASHINGTON, November 13, 2016 — According to a recent issue of the Daily Mail, “Prince Harry has confirmed he’s dating American actress Meghan Markle – a 35-year-old divorcee from LA, who plays sexy, whip-smart paralegal Rachel Zane in Suits, a US TV law drama …” Markle has also played Amy Jessup, an FBI Special Agent in the now-defunct TV sci-fi thriller series “Fringe.”
Prince Harry’s latest romantic relationship has generated controversy in some quarters, reminiscent in a way of the flak King Edward VIII ran into when his desire to marry another American divorcee, Wallace Simpson, ended up in his abdication from the throne.
Though Prince Harry isn’t in line for the throne, the vitriol that’s being pitched in Meghan Markle’s direction by London’s notorious tabloids as well as the public at large has at times been genuinely upsetting and alarming. Several sources say that several death threats have been sent the actress’ way.
As a result, the prince has chosen to speak out publicly in her defense, alarmed at the direction some of these threats were taking.
Even more proactive steps may be in the offing. According to the International Business Times, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle may actually be looking to tie the knot in the near future, hinting
“…it seems the third in line to the throne may be looking to do just that with bookmakers revealing it is “likely” that the pair will be married by the end of 2017.
We’ll have to wait and see about that. In the meantime, Nicole Moschella of “Rare” dishes on the Prince’s latest valiant defense of his glamorous Hollywood lady love.
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