Meghan Markle
Meghan Markle attends the Annual Charity Day Hosted By Cantor Fitzgerald And BGC at the Cantor Fitzgerald Office in New York, Sep. 11, 2013. Getty Images/Jeff Schear

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been dogged with wedding rumors ever since their relationship was made public last November. Now, a report by Us Weekly magazine said Harry may pop the question to Markle by “the end of summer.”

The 35-year-old “Suits” star has reportedly been staying with Harry at his two-bedroom Nottingham Cottage in the grounds of Kensington Palace on and off. However, she has not officially moved in with him yet.

The 32-year-old royal and Markle “have spoken candidly about their future. They see a life together,” a source told Us Weekly. However, the two will only decide on their future once the actress completes shooting for the legal drama series this summer and “Meghan feels a move to London is inevitable,” the source added. “It’s not like Harry can uproot!”

Apart from this, Markle is looking after her boyfriend at Nottingham Cottage, where she has made a few changes, the report said.

“Harry knows very little about interior design, and that’s something Meghan is particularly good at,” a friend of Markle’s told the magazine. “He has a few more plants, nice candles — and his kitchen is well-stocked too!”

The couple also tries their hands at cooking and both “have learned a lot of new dishes together,” the friend reportedly said.

“They genuinely enjoy going to restaurants, being outdoors and experiencing new places,” another source told Us Weekly.

Markle and Harry reportedly started dating last August and Kensington Palace confirmed their relationship on Nov. 8. In a bid to take their relationship to next stage, Harry and Markle will need Queen Elizabeth II’s approval for their wedding due a 1772 law, which allows the monarch to veto the marriage of any relative who is within six family members away from the throne. Harry is currently at number five, after his father Prince Charles, his brother Prince William, and his nephew Prince George and niece Princess Charlotte (who are William's and Kate Middleton's children).