Prince Harry & Meghan Markle Gone Before Pippa's Wedding Ends, Couple Plans A Norfolk Home

By Charisse Mae Villanueva | May 30, 2017 05:08 AM EDT
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Prince Harry and her girlfriend Meghan Markle is reported to leave Pippa Middleton's wedding party to take some alone time together. It is also rumored that Prince Harry is house-hunting, preferring a location near Prince William and Kate Middleton's place in Norfolk. 

After the missing in action status of the two on Pippa Middleton's wedding ceremony, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle left early in the wedding reception. The couple is said to arrive in the evening reception at 8 PM and left at midnight, spending just 4 hours at the Bucklebury Manor, as reported by Express.

It was said that Markle's brief appearance in the wedding ceremony is to prevent her from "upstaging" the bride on her big day. Party planners Fait Accompli even arranged the actress to skip the hour-long guest screening process and go straight to the glass marquee with Prince Harry. This is also said to be the reason why Markle did not attend the wedding ceremony. 

"He (Prince Harry) knew this was all about Pippa's big day and he and Meghan jointly decided they didn't want to upstage her. Harry went all the way back to London to get Meghan and bring her to the party." a source told The Sun. 

And speaking of weddings, it seems like Prince Harry is rather busy with another project other than the Invictus Games and his other charity works. The Prince is said to be "house-hunting" together with Markle. The couple plans to be near Prince William and Kate Middleton's house in Norfolk, as reported by The Sun. Properties being eyed are said to be "not too big" or "ostentatious" because that is not the style of Prince Harry. Though a property with enough for a Polo Field is preferred. Twyford Hall in Dereham is the frontrunner so far. 

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