She suits you Harry! Odds slashed on a Royal wedding in 2017

Could Harry be willing to 'Suit' up next year?


Paddy Power has slashed the odds on a Royal wedding next year after the internet was set alight with rumours that Prince Harry is dating actress Meghan Markle.

According to reports, England’s most eligible bachelor has been dating Markle – best known for her starring role in legal drama Suits – for 6 months after meeting in Toronto at the launch of the Invictus games.

Harry’s struggle to fine ‘the one’ has been well-documented over the years but amid rumours the royal is head over heels in love with the American, we are offering odds of just for the Prince and Markle to get married in 2017.

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We reckon it could be a bumper year for Royal celebrations after shortening the odds on a first Royal baby for the couple to just .

You can even bet on where the wedding will take place, with a traditional UK wedding the strong favourite , over a North American-based ceremony .

The festive period is for spending time with loved ones, and we’re giving odds of for Markle and Harry to appear together at the traditional Royal Christmas church service at Sandringham.

Asked about the prospect of another Royal wedding spokesman Paddy Power said: “Prince Harry’s romantic endeavours would be more at home on an episode of Suits, but after several high-profile break-ups it seems he might have finally met the one.

“The fifth-in-line to the throne isn’t getting any younger and is rumoured to be desperate to settle down so it would come as no surprise to see the pair get hitched next year – I’ll await my royal invite!”

Prince Harry Betting Specials

5/2         Markle to attend Royal Christmas service with Harry
6/1         Harry and Markle to marry in 2017
10/1       Couple to have a baby together in 2017

Where will the wedding be?

1/14       UK
6/1         US

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