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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle expected to make first official public outing at Pippa Middleton's wedding


"Harry and Meghan are madly in love and he no longer wants to hide that from the world," a source told the Daily Star .

"He is close to Pippa and has been invited to her wedding and has obviously been given a plus one.

"Harry is adamant that he wants to take Meghan with him."

Earlier this week, the smitten royal and his TV star girlfriend were spotted walking hand-in-hand on a busy London street on Wednesday after enjoying a romantic dinner date at a private members' club in West London.

A security guard walked slightly ahead of Harry, who was wearing blue trousers, a shirt, grey blazer and a blue wooly hat, and stunner Meghan, who was cheap formal dresses uk in jeans and a long black jacket.

She kept her head down as the smitten pair were snapped making their way to a waiting car.

Friends of the Suits actress, who was introduced to 32-year-old Harry last summer, claim she has "virtually moved in" to his cottage at Kensington Palace and that the pair have been "inseparable" over the last month.

They also claimed that they could "see them engaged by spring".

The source told The Sun: "They’ve taken things to the next level. They’re practically living together. She cooks for him, he pops out to the gym and they’re just enjoying hanging out."

They added: “I can see them engaged by spring. I know that sounds a bit crazily soon, but he’s head over heels and they can’t bear to be apart."

While an onlooker at private members' club Soho House told the newspaper: “They tried to keep as low-key as possible and were sitting in a small snug area of the restaurant.

“But it wasn’t a private area and they were happy to be seen. Gary Lineker and a whole host of the Made In Chelsea cast were also there, but they only had eyes for each other.”

Last month, the pair enjoyed a trip to Norway, where they enjoyed their first holiday together.

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Remembering Prince Charles and Lady Diana's Royal Wedding (and That Dress!) – 35 Years Later

Thirty-five years ago today, a beautiful young woman named Lady Diana Spencer walked down the aisle at St Paul's Cathedral to wed Prince Charles in what was dubbed the "wedding of the century."

The July 29, 1981 ceremony was watched by an estimated global TV audience of 750 million. And a crowd of two million lined the route of Diana's procession from Clarence House to the cathedral to catch a glimpse of the stunning bride.

Remembering Prince Charles and Lady Diana's Royal Wedding (and That Dress!) – 35 Years Later| The British Royals, The Royals, Prince Charles, Princess Diana

From start to finish, the wedding was every bit the fairy tale. The princess bride arrived to the ceremony in a glass couch, one of the principal horse-drawn carriages of the British monarch built in 1881.

Despite the pomp and circumstance that surrounded the traditional event, the modern bride did make one notable change to the ceremony. Diana did not promise to "obey" Charles as part of the traditional vows. She promised to "love, comfort, honor and keep." The word "obey" was eliminated at the couple's request, which caused a sensation at the time. (Princess Kate followed Diana's lead in her wedding vows to Prince William, in which she also ditched the word "obey.")

It was Diana's wedding prom dress that stole much of the spotlight that day. Valued at $12,000 (equivalent to $41,000 today), the stunning gown, which was designed by Elizabeth and David Emanuel, was made of ivory silk taffeta and embellished with lace, hand embroidery, sequins and 10,000 pearls.

The epic train was made of ivory taffeta and antique lace. (The lace used to trim the dress had belonged to Queen Mary.) She topped her bridal look off with the Spencer family heirloom tiara. Charles looked dashing beside his bride in his full dress naval commander uniform.

Diana's dream occasion dresses set quite the trend. Large puffed sleeves and a full skirt became popular requests among brides around the world.

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