Meghan Markle’s brother tells Prince Harry to propose

September 19, 2017 2:04 AM

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Meghan Markle’s brother tells Prince Harry to propose

IF you like it, then you’d better put a ring on it. At least that’s what Prince Harry has been advised to do when it comes to Suits star Meghan Markle.

Thomas Markle Jr revealed his little sister had “always been a princess” — saying he was proud of the 36-year-old he knew was always destined to be big.

Speaking to the Daily Mail, the 51-year-old of Grants Pass, Oregon said: “I hope Prince Harry proposes. She’s a hot commodity right now — he better get on it.

“I do have a sense of pride in Meghan being successful. It was just obvious from day one that she was destined to be somewhere really big.

“She’s always been a princess. She’s carried herself on that level from day one.”

Markle Jr is engaged himself — and said he is planning on inviting the prince to his wedding.

The protective older brother’s comments come after the Suits actor revealed to Vanity Fair she and Prince Harry were in love.

Actress Meghan, 36, told Vanity Fair that her relationship with Harry was “a great love story”.

Meghan, who plays sassy Rachel Zane in legal drama Suits, first met Harry last year after being introduced by mutual friends.

But it wasn’t until November that Kensington Palace confirmed the pairing with a statement, saying the prince was worried for her safety.

Soon after, Harry and Meghan — who is four years his senior — were spotted hand-in-hand for the first time, while out on a date in London.

At the time, pals said actor Meghan had “virtually moved in” to Harry’s cottage at Kensington Palace with the couple having been “inseparable” for weeks.

Meghan has also previously been married after tying the knot with film producer Trevor Engelson, but they split after two years.

On May 6 Meghan made her first public appearance as royal girlfriend when she proudly watched Prince Harry playing polo in Berkshire.

Weeks later he revealed his upset at his inability to protect her from online bullies — decrying the “sexism and racism of social media trolls.”


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