Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle might tie the knot in spring. Pictured: Prince Harry and Markle attend a Wheelchair Tennis match during the Invictus Games 2017 at Nathan Philips Square on Sept. 25, 2017 in Toronto, Getty Images/Chris Jackson

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's engagement and wedding have been rumored to be imminent for months now, so it's no surprise that there are many predictions floating around regarding when, where and how they will happen. Check out what some experts are saying about Prince Harry and the "Suits" star's big day below!

Engagement Date

Sources recently claimed that Prince Harry and Markle are already engaged, but they just delayed the announcement because she is still filming her hit legal drama series. According to Harper's Bazaar, it is likely that the pair will announce their engagement in December because by then, Markle would be done with "Suits."

Wedding Date

In Britain, the average length of engagement is 20 months, but royal couples often do not follow this. They usually tie the knot shortly after announcing their engagement. For instance, Queen Elizabeth II was only engaged for four months. Prince William and Kate Middleton were only engaged for five months, while Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles's engagement lasted only two months. Considering these details, Prince Harry and Markle may have a spring wedding if they confirm their engagement in early December.

Wedding Venue

A number are wondering where Prince Harry and Markle will tie the knot, given that the latter was previously married. According to some royal experts, their wedding will likely not be as grand as that of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

Westminster Abby is a potential venue, after it was confirmed that Prince Harry and Markle could tie the knot there following the recent ruling by the Church of England. However, some believe that the duke will follow his father, who had a civil ceremony. Prince Charles and Parker-Bowles tied the knot at Windsor Guildhall to avoid controversy around the future head of the Church of England.

"Meghan Markle has already been married, so I believe they would have a service of blessing," Hugo Vickers said. "You wouldn’t necessarily have a big grand ceremony, and it would be more like Charles and Camilla," Scott Peterson added.

Another royal expert agreed that Prince Harry and Markle will likely have a civil ceremony and then a church blessing. "Meghan is, after all, a divorcee, so it would probably be a registry office ceremony with a church blessing afterwards," royal biographer Penny Junor told Town & Country (via Harper's Bazaar). "If it was to be in the UK, then I would guess that all senior members of the royal family would be there, but I don’t think the Queen would go to the registry office."

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