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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, pictured at an official photocall to announce their engagement the Kensington Palace on Nov. 27, 2017 in London, might be getting a TV movie. Chris Jackson/Getty Images

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, who are set to marry in May 2018, just might be getting their very own royal romance Hallmark movie.

On April 29, 2011, Prince William and Kate Middleton got married. Four months later, Hallmark premiered a TV movie based on their relationship, “William & Catherine: A Royal Romance,” and now it’s looking like the same might happen for Markle and Prince Harry.

While William (Bill) Abbott, the president and CEO of Crown Media Family Networks, the Hallmark parent company, told International Business Times that Hallmark is currently “more about the fanciful fulfillment of celebrating life’s special moments” but said Hallmark wouldn’t rule out a Meghan Markle-Prince Harry movie.

“We’d like to do a movie like that,” he told IBT. “If a script comes in that makes sense, we would certainly love to do it.”

With the network being know for its royal TV movies, the story of an American actress falling in love with a British prince is about as Hallmark as it gets. The only piece that makes it a bit less of the norm for the network is that Markle is biracial and Hallmark has had few diverse leads in the past. Markle herself has been in a couple movies on the network, but her characters were always portrayed as white.

This time, though, Hallmark would have to allow for the lead character to be shown as biracial in order to match up with the real-life Markle, who’s the daughter of a caucasian father and an African-American mother.

Taking on a project like this would not only fit in with the network’s already-established theme, but would also help with the company’s lack of diversity, though the CEO doesn’t believe the latter should be a factor in the decision-making process.

“I think that you run the risk, again, of letting that drive your creative process,” he said of choosing a project solely on the fact that it’s written for a diverse lead. “If the opportunity isn’t right to do it and it’s not right for our business then I don’t think that that’s a road that we’d want to go down. But certainly if there’s a great script out there, we would love to do it.”

With Hallmark essentially on board, now someone just needs to write a royally good script and then fans can start dream-casting who they think should play Markle and who should play Prince Harry.