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Meghan Markle Set To Meet Prince Harry's Best Friends At Jamaica Wedding

Things are getting serious! Prince Harry's girlfriend Meghan Markle is tagging along with the royal to celebrate his best friend's wedding in Jamaica, has learned.

According to reports, Prince Harry's longtime friend Tom "Skipp" Inskip is tying the knot with fiancée Lara Hughes-Young in Montego Bay, St. James, later today.

Harry, 32, was spotted leaving for the festivities from Gatwick Airport on Wednesday. Excitement really began to swirl, however, when it was reported that Markle, 35, flew out of Toronto on Thursday, wedding-bound.

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"This the first time that she and Harry have socialized so openly as a couple and it's a significant step up in their relationship," a source told The Daily Mail of the significance of Markle's visit.

As reported, Prince Harry took the unusual step of publicly confirming his relationship with Markle last year. He also defended the Suits star against the vicious racist comments that were lobbed her way.

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Before that, the actress spoke about how being bi-racial opened doors for her in the entertainment industry.

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“Because I am biracial, I was able to get into so many more rooms,” she claimed, but said that left her open to more rejection. “I heard ‘no’ so many more times than you would if you could only go in as the blonde-haired blue-eyed girl.”

Meanwhile, sources say this relationship could lead to a marriage for Prince Harry.

"Make no mistake, he is heads over heels about her. This one could go all the way."

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