Apr 05, 2014 07:30 PM EDT | Jonathan Lambert (email@example.com)
A shocking new report claims that Prince Harry of Wales will be planning a wedding to his beautiful girlfriend in the very near future. According to the report, Cressida Bonas and her family are holding a summit in regards to her potential engagement. There are also rumors that Princess Kate's sister, Pippa Middleton, has become jealous over all of the attention Cressy is getting.
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A name like Sebastian Shakespeare doesn't necessarily command respect and believability, but Daily Beast swears by the journalistic integrity of the Daily Mail author. In fact, they are accepting Sebastian's latest article on Prince Harry as the Gospel.
In the piece, Sebastian claims that a source revealed Harry is going to ask Cressida Bonas for her hand in marriage. According to the insider, Cressy's family is actually meeting to discuss the engagement soon:
"There is a family gathering to discuss an engagement. The announcement will be sooner than many people think."
Cressida Bonas' family isn't the only one talking. Shakespeare also quotes one of her friends as revealing that marriage is definitely in the cards:
"Harry and Cressida will be married. It is all going ahead. It is just a matter of time."
This report certainly seems in line with others we've seen, including a reason article in Star. According to one of their sources, Princess Kate has already started planning the affair:
"Kate's already got a pile of wedding magazines and dress-designer suggestions for her! She knows better than anyone the complications associated with a royal wedding and plans on guiding Cressida through the whole thing. It's not a normal wedding where you can do what you want; this wedding belongs to the people of Great Britain."
What do you think about the latest claims? Are you excited by another royal wedding? Do you think Harry and Cressy make a cute couple?
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