Prince Harry and Meghan Markle could be engaged by December - and THIS is why

Winter makes for the most romantic proposal setting, new research has revealed. And Christmas day was voted the ideal day for a proposal by more than half of the UK. 

If loved-up couples – including young Prince Harry, 33 - want to go for top romance scores across the board then the proposal should come as you tuck into your turkey in Paris, with the French capital topping the most desired locations to do so. 

Eye-watering sums of money will be spent on diamonds this festive season. The most common expectation is that a third of the man’s annual salary is spent on the ring.

Incredibly, one in 50 women surveyed by jeweller Goldsmith said they expect a whole year’s salary to be spent on an engagement ring. 

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle could be engaged by DecemberGETTYPrince Harry and Meghan Markle could be engaged by December if the royal follows the trend

If loved-up couples and Harry want to go for top romance scores across the board then the proposal should come as you tuck into your turkey in Paris, with the French capital topping the most desired locations to do so.

While the average annual salary tops £27,000, Meghan can expect a sizeable ring from Harry’s fortune. 

Craig Bolton, Executive Director at Goldsmiths, said: “With winter as the favoured season to propose, there could potentially be a royal engagement on the horizon. 

“The royal relationship between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle has had a lot of interest from the public similar to the relationship between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle has had a lot of interest from the public, similar to the relationship between Prince William

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