Prince William and his girlfriend Kate Middleton might get engaged next November, the Telegraph UK reports. According to Tina Brown, June 3 and 4 have been blocked out on the royal calendar and could be used to deliver the royal wedding date announcement. The wedding will likely occur in November.
However, a spokesperson for the Prince of Wales, told the Telegraph both Prince Charles and Prince William have public engagements on both of those days. The Queen is also booked on June 3.
Diaries (of what Americans call calendars) of leading royals, mainly Prince William, have not been cleared in order to provide the opportunity to announce an engagement, a royal source says.
One caveat: Prince William has vowed in the past to finish his military service before getting married. He is due to complete Royal Air Force helicopter school in January before transitioning to serve three years as a search-and-rescue pilot.
Picture of Kate Middleton and Prince William.
Among the possible locations for the reported nuptials, some rule out St. Paul's Cathedral, where William's mother, Princess Diana had her iconic big day. Also shot down is St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle, where his father, Charles, tied the knot with Camilla in 2005.
Nobody knows where the royal wedding will take place.
Prince William and Kate Middleton met nine years ago, and have been on and off since then. Middleton has been given the full taste of the British media flurry but has responded well.
Some have speculated the couple is not planning to marry until Prince Charles becomes king. However, the Queen is in good health, and that could be a long time off.