Prince Harry Can Marry Meghan Markle at Westminster Abbey

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been given the nod for a fairy tale wedding at Westminster Abbey after the church confirmed they could marry there.

The Prince and his American actress girlfriend could soon follow in the footsteps of the Queen and Prince Philip and Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, after a Church spokesman confirmed to the Express there were no rules preventing the couple from marrying there, despite old rules once barring divorcees.

Markle, 35, was previously married to producer Trevor Engelson for two years but divorced in 2013.

“The Abbey follows the General Synod Ruling of 2002. Since then it has been possible for divorced people to be married in the Church of England,” the spokesman said.

He also confirmed Markle’s Jewish background would not prevent her from having an “interfaith” marriage at the church either.

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However, it is understood Harry would still require the Queen’s permission, as well as a special license from the Archbishop of Canterbury before the ceremony could go ahead.

Markle and Prince Harry have now been dating for about 10 months and the relationship is reportedly getting “very serious.”

The 32-year-old prince is bringing her as his date to Pippa Middleton’s wedding this weekend.

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