With rumors doing the rounds that Princess Diana and Prince Charles’ youngest son, Prince Harry, might also enjoy nuptials soon with actress Meghan Markle, the potential royal pair were spotted on Jamaica on March 2, attending the wedding of a friend. A source reportedly told US Weekly that Markle kept the whole thing a secret, but they were spotted in Jamaica after news was reported of Prince Harry, 32, arriving on the island to attend his best friend’s wedding.

According to a report by the LA Times, Tom “Skipp” Inskip tied the knot with his fiancé, literary agent Lara Hughes-Young, in Montego Bay on the island.

Naturally Meghan, 35, wanted to be there to meet Prince Harry’s friends, possibly with a view to taking their relationship up to the next level.

Royal engagement news by the end of summer?

Reportedly an insider had said recently that Meghan and Harry will be engaged by the end of this summer. The source added that the couple see a life together and have spoken candidly about the possibilities. Location-wise, should they indeed get married, it might be a little tricky as Markle is currently based in Toronto with Prince Harry residing in London, however, according to sources, Meghan has virtually moved into her royal suitor’s two-bedroom apartment in Kensington Palace.

As it is obviously difficult for Prince Harry to relocate, a source told US Weekly that Meghan feels it inevitable that she will have to make the move to London.

As noted on Blasting News, however, Queen Elizabeth II would need to give her permission should the relationship result in an actual engagement.

Harry and Meghan in Jamaica for a few more days

Reportedly Harry is scheduled to leave Jamaica on March 8 and it turns out they have both been there before.

Prince Harry visited Jamaica back in 2012 on official business, while Markle reportedly got married to Trevor Engelson on the island back in 2011 – the couple apparently got divorced in 2013. According to US Weekly, the couple previously took a romantic break in Norway to see in the 2017 New Year, enjoying the splendor of the aurora borealis, and are planning on many more exciting trips in the future.