Prince Harry and Meghan Markle: An imminent wedding?

Doug Mendoza
July 15, 2017

Meghan Markle's father, who gave his blessing to Prince Harry, is said to be "pretty happy" about their relationship.

"Harry is really happy, and from seeing them together I'd say it's just a question of when, not if, he's going to ask her to marry him".

The prince, 32, is said to be "adamant on leading a normal life", with sources claiming he will not think twice about stepping away from his obligations as senior member of the British Royal Family to pursue marriage with the 35-year-old divorced Suits actress.

The Mail seemingly blamed the invasion of privacy on its photographer, claiming it thought Prince Harry and Markle were on a public beach and that the photos "seemed innocuous", according to IPSO.

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Her brother told the newspaper: "He first met Prince Harry about six months ago out in Toronto". It was accompanied by photographs of the complainant wearing swimming shorts on a beach, at a beachside bar and in the sea.

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The prince complained to the Independent Press Standards Organisation (Ipso), which upheld the complaint.

The article reported that the complainant had recently attended a friend's wedding in Jamaica.

The complainant said that these images had been taken in circumstances in which he had a reasonable expectation of privacy, and while he was engaged in private activities unconnected to his public role. "The publication had not sought to justify the publication of the images in the public interest".

An Ipso committee ruled that it was unacceptable to publish the photos of the prince without any public interest and that it represented "a significant and unjustified intrusion".

Ipso ordered Mail Online to publish the adjudication on its website.

Prince Harry also has other worries ahead of the potential wedding.

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