The former U.S. marine nodded when she was asked by reporters if she would attend the couple's alleged wedding ceremony and said she was 'worried about the after party.'
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle haven't announced their engagement, but their wedding may happen sooner. Harry's close pal, former U.S. marine Kirstie Ennis, accidentally revealed the couple's possible wedding plans.
According to Express, Kirstie nodded when she was asked by reporters if she would attend Harry and Meghan's "upcoming wedding." She then added, "I don't think I'm worried about the wedding. I'm worried about the after party." However, Kirstie seemed to realize that she might have said too much as she immediately "pleaded the fifth." The reporter said that "fifth doesn't count in England," to which she replied with, "Touche. True."
Prior to this, it was reported that Harry was going to leave the royal family if the Queen didn't allow him to marry Meghan. "Right now, England is on the losing side," a source revealed. "Harry can't imagine going back to his duties without her by his side. She's given him a new lease on life, and he's tired of putting everything but himself first. He's waited years to find this level of happiness, and he's not going to give it up without a fight."
Despite the Queen's alleged disapproval, the two seemed to be getting serious as the "Suits" star was spotted wearing a gold diamond ring which was believed to be a gift from the 32-year-old prince. "It's a gold band and Harry gave it to her about six weeks ago. She's happily told people on ['Suits'] set that it is from him and said it is a little too big so she is always careful not to lose sight of it," a source revealed.