Day 3: Invictus Games Toronto 2017

TORONTO, ON - SEPTEMBER 25: Meghan Markle and Prince Harry attend the Wheelchair Tennis on day 3 of the Invictus Games Toronto 2017 at Nathan Philips Square on September 25, 2017 in Toronto, Canada. The Games use the power of sport to inspire recovery, support rehabilitation and generate a wider understanding and respect for the Armed Forces. (Photo by Karwai Tang/WireImage)

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Presumably, when Prince Harry first met Meghan Markle, the couple felt as if they may have found true live, companionship, everlasting intimacy, and in each other someone they could share the rest of their privates lives with.

When you heard Prince Harry was getting serious with Markle, you may have felt something along the lines of, "OMG! Real Life Fairy Tail Alert!!!!! When are they going to get married? When are they going to have kids? I need it all to happen immediately!" Okay, perhaps not you specifically, but plenty of other people have, gauging from the intense public interest in the courtship.

Yet, as it turns out, Harry and Markle may not be taking your feelings and fantasies into account as they may or may not be thinking about a wedding. In fact, according to reports, they may opt for a low key ceremony without all the trappings of a traditional royal brouhaha.

"Pomp and pageantry is the last thing he would want," a source told Us Weekly. "I can see him wanting to get married at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. It would stop it from turning into a total media circus and give the day a sense of privacy that Harry so badly craves."

The Daily Star also claims that a royal bank holiday to coincide with the wedding would not be happening.

Well then, so much for what you so badly crave, i.e. a live televised wedding fantasy complete with a horse drawn carriage, televised play-by-play provided with delightful English accents, and lots of various random European nobles in funny hats in attendance.

Though, a more private wedding wouldn't be without precedent. Harry's parents wedding, his aunt Princess Anne's first wedding, and uncle Prince Andrew's marriage to Sarah Ferguson were all televised to-dos held at Westminster Abby and watched by hundreds of millions across the globe. However, Harry's other uncle, Prince Edward, had a much more toned-down wedding to his wife Sophie, breaking with tradition. It was held at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle, though it too was also broadcast on television.

So, there is precedent in place whereby Harry and Markle could keep their ceremony relatively tame compared to those of others in the family, but still let the public watch at home (and it's not like that precedent portends any bad omens either, as Prince Edward is the only one of the Queen's four children who never got divorced).

Of course, this is all just rumors and reports and speculation at this point.

The pair isn't even engaged yet. In fact, they've only recently made their first official public appearances at the same event together. Official wedding planning is still far off, if it ever happens at all. Maybe in the meantime they will take your feelings into consideration.

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