Prince Harry, 32, and his Californian girlfriend Meghan Markle have been sparking engagement reports lately. The couple has been spotted going out together and it started the speculations that they are now planning to take their relationship to the next level. It is also believed that the couple may not get marry due to their respective religions but a report from Celebeat confirmed that the religious laws in Westminster Abbey have been amended. Markle also revealed that the divorce issue won’t hinder her in marrying the royal prince.

Westminster Abbey religious law has been amended

Finally, it has been confirmed that Prince Harry is now allowed to marry his Californian girlfriend Meghan Markle in Westminster Abbey once he decides to ask the hand of Markle for marriage.

Basically, their engagement will be the most highly-anticipated news that will break the online world.

One of the spokespersons of Westminster Abby said that their church had been following a certain General Synod Ruling of 2002 and because of that ruling it is now possible for a divorced person to marry in the Church Of England. Further, a report from Elle also confirmed that having a religious conflict between the couple will not prevent the "Suits" actress from marrying his royal beau.

Amidst the fact that Markle is a Jewish and has been divorced from her ex-husband, Trevor Engelson in 2013, the two is finally allowed to marry in the same church where Kate Middleton and Prince William got married. Further, if the couple decides to get married they also need to ask for permission from the Queen and a special license from the Archbishop of Canterbury.

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Markle is set to attend Middleton’s wedding

Prince Harry and Markle's engagement rumors made headlines especially because the "Suit" actress will be attending to the Pippa Middleton's upcoming wedding. It is believed that the Middleton has a "no ring, no bring" policy and this lead to the speculations that the couple is already engaged. Nonetheless, everyone is still waiting for the perfect time for them to confirm their engagement.

On the other hand, reports also suggest that Kate Middleton's sister might make an exception to the presence of Markle in the wedding. Apparently, wedding bells and confetti sound close enough to reality since both have already met each other's families too. Definitely, the idea that the royal prince will marry a divorcee soon is something that will excite the royal family fans.