Their relationship has been as up-and-down as that of Reggie Bush and Kim Kardashian.
But Prince William and Kate Middleton got back together last year, and a new report suggests they won't be breaking up ever again.
According to TheDailyBeast.com, the prince will likely propose to his girlfriend this summer.
"A high-placed source in royal circles tells me that two days in June have been mysteriously blocked out on the palace diaries — June 3 and 4," said Tina Brown, who runs The Beast and has written a biography Princess Diana.
Brown adds that a wedding would follow in November, the timing of which makes sense because:
"Philip will be 90 in June 2011, and the Queen celebrates her diamond jubilee — 60 years on the throne — in February 2012. Their closeness to their grandson, especially Philip, makes them eager, I am told, to see William settled in matrimony."
Last summer, other sources echoed this sentiment, stating that William and Kate would be headed down the aisle some time in the next two years. Might that time be near?
If so, expect a wedding that would make Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom's look like a small affair.