But the news won’t be made official by Buckingham Palace until the Queen has given her permission for the match – so the £100,000 engagement ring Harry has had made from a piece of his mother Princess Diana’s jewellery will stay in its box for now.
He asked his close pal Prince Seeiso of Lesotho to work with King Goodwill – the king of the Zulus in Africa – and his wife Queen Manfombi on the beadwork.
Harry and Meghan both already wear blue, white and black Zulu beads as a symbol of their love for each other.
The new symbolic bracelets will feature a pattern that denotes their status as “married”.
In Zulu culture, black beads convey marriage, blue faithfulness and white spiritual love.
A source close to Harry told the Daily Star Sunday: “The world is watching, so the royal red tape needs to be adhered to.
"Harry’s told his friends he’s hoping to make the official announcement in September.