Prince Harry has reportedly rejected signing a prenuptial agreement with Meghan Markle ahead of their May 19th wedding.
Daily Mail correspondent Richard Eden reports that Harry has rejected signing the pre-nup, which would safe-guard his estimated £30 million fortune in the event of a divorce.
"There was never any question in Harry’s mind that he would sign a prenup," a friend reportedly told the publication. "He’s determined that his marriage will be a lasting one, so there’s no need for him to sign anything."
Meghan, who was previously married to Trevor Engelson for two years, was previously divorced in 2013. However, the former Suits actress has her own impressive estimated net worth of about £4 million to be concerned about.
In the event of a divorce, it seems neither party is concerned about seeking a financial payout.
Prince William similarly rejected signing a pre-nup ahead of his 2011 marriage to Kate Middleton.
Prince Charles and Princess Diana did not sign an agreement ahead of their wedding, and it is reported she had to 'fight hard' for her financial settlement.
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