It’s true what they say, love truly does conquer all.
Being something of a romantic and publicly lamenting his difficulties on finding lasting love, Prince Harry has made his most devoted move yet.
The people’s favourite Prince has refused to sign a pre-nuptial agreement ahead of his marriage to Suits actress, Meghan Markle, even though he is worth an estimated £30 million ($54 million).
Harry is reportedly convinced that his marriage will last and that there will not be a need to protect his fortune when it comes to his true love (and we couldn’t be happier!)
Harry inherited £10 million (AUD$18 million) after the death of his mother, Princess Diana, and is reported to have another £20 million (AUD$36.1 million) in assets, including Nottingham Cottage, the estate Meghan and Harry will live in.
Meghan has a reported fortune of £4 million (AUD$7.2 million), thanks to her starring role as Rachel in Suits.
A friend told The Daily Mail, “there was never any question in Harry’s mind that he would sign a pre-nup … He’s determined that this marriage will be a lasting one, so there’s no need for him to sign anything.”
This news also comes after the Queen formally gave her consent of their marriage at the Privy Council meeting.
The monarch issued her approval of the nuptials of her “most dearly beloved grandson Prince Henry,” meaning Harry and Meghan have the royal seal of approval.
Prince Harry also follows in his brother’s footsteps, as Prince William also refused to sign a pre-nup before marrying the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton.
Written by Ellen Kirkness