Reportedly, 35-years-old Meghan Markle will meet 91-year-old #Queen Elizabeth II in a few weeks. According to the UK's Mirror, the American actress will meet the Queen for the first time when she accompanies her boyfriend #Prince Harry to a very special occasion at Buckingham Palace.

Reportedly, Harry may propose to Meghan Markle

Markle has already met his father, Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, but will meet the head of the British Monarchy [VIDEO] and the rest of the royal family this Mother’s Day. The American actress and the Queen’s grandson; Prince Harry, have been dating since early last year. The couple dated secretly for four months before going public.

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The relationship began when actress Meghan Markle and the younger brother of Prince William met through a mutual friend. According to several exclusive sources, the smitten royal frequently texted the actress after they met in June.

Harry and Markle will visit the Queen for Mother's Day

Currently, the hot topic is whether or not Prince Harry may propose to his girlfriend after she meets the rest of the Royal family. The romance between the two lovebirds has heated up; especially when Markle accompanied the Prince to a friend’s wedding in Montego Bay, Jamaica.

The new couple has definitely helped to spark the gossip tabloids, and now that she met Harry’s mother-in-law and his dad Prince Charles, many are now saying it is just a matter of time before the world will hear the grand announcement.

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Prince Harry has been known for dating several women. There have always been rumors that Prince Harry may settle down with one over the years, but so far, that has not come to fruition. Although, with the way that this relationship has been going between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, many people are thinking that these two will soon take the next step in their relationship.

Still, Queen Elizabeth II will have to give her blessing. With that said, the countdown will definitely heat up after Meghan meets the head of the British Monarchy on May 12, 2017.