Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are taking the next step in their blossoming relationship by seeing in the new year together.

The couple, who started dating earlier this year, look to be getting serious about each other as they'll be spending New Year's Eve together – although it's not yet known whether Harry, 32, will fly over to Toronto or if Meghan, 35, will make another trip to the UK for it.
According to the Daily Star, the pair could even split the difference and meet in Los Angeles, where Meghan's mum Doria Radlan lives.
The pair have only just waved goodbye to each other after Meghan made a flying visit to London and stayed in Harry's cottage on the grounds of Kensington Palace.
She flew home to Toronto yesterday morning and was given a personal escort to Heathrow airport by Harry himself – along with five Met Police officers.
Both Harry and Meghan will be spending Christmas apart this year – Harry with the royal family at the Queen's Sandringham estate, Meghan with her own family in Toronto, where she'll be hosting.
It comes after their romantic week in London, during which they made a low-key appearance in the middle of one of the capital's busiest areas.
The two were spotted having a private joke as they strolled through Piccadilly Circus and up Shaftesbury Avenue towards the Gielgud Theatre, where the prince had bought them last-minute tickets to The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time - not the comedy play Peter Pan Goes Wrong, as was first thought.
Onlookers were shocked to see the couple, wearing winter coats and woolly hats, walking the streets, accompanied by just one protection officer.
Although their relationship appears to be getting more serious, Meghan would not be expected to spend Christmas with the royal family.
The Queen's Christmasses at her Norfolk estate are famous for only including close members of the royal family – even Kate Middleton didn't attend one until 2011, the year she married Prince William.
Royal expert Ingrid Seward told the MailOnline that a royal Christmas would be avoided as "too stressful" for Meghan.
"At Sandringham it is only close family and occasionally very close friends," she added.
"It is not a moment to bring girlfriends. It would be too stressful. They all have their own in-jokes, their own little traditions."
Ms Seward said the cultural differences could also make for an awkward festive period – although that's not to say William and Kate wouldn't invite her to spend time at their property in the Sandringham grounds, Anmer Hall, where it would be less intense for the American actress.
"Kate and William might invite her. It depends if they have got room. It is family first but there is no reason for them not to invite her," she added.

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