We know, we know--you've heard this one before, but bear with us.
For roughly the 47 millionth time since the couple began dating, there are rumors that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are engaged.
Harry and Meghan appeared at the Invictus Games in Toronto last week, and the high school cafeteria gossips who have grown up to become royal obsessives took it as a sure sign that they would be announcing their engagement at some point during the event.
To the chagrin of many, the games came and went and there's no sign of commitment bling on Meghan.
Still, the consensus seems to be that Harry and Meghan are engaged, but not ready to make an announcement.
So what's the holdup?
Well, some believe that the royals feel it would look strange for an engaged couple to live on separate continents.
Yes, it seems that for the time being, Meghan is planning to remain a full-time resident of Toronto.
While sources say this will be her last season on the USA Network legal drama Suits, Meghan is reportedly committed to remaining fully focused on her work until her time on the show comes to a close.
“Meghan loves playing Rachel and feels she owes so much to Suits," says one insider.
"But Harry can’t move to Toronto, so she’ll have to move eventually if they want to be together.”
Yes, we suppose representing one of the world's most powerful nations on the global stage is somewhat more important than helping to fill the time between Polident commercials on basic cable.
So even though Harry's schedule likely allows for greater travel time, he can't just abandon his royal duties to go eat poutine and watch the Leafs battle the Habs.
(That's a hockey reference, for you 99% of Americans who are vaguely aware it's a sport.)
So it sounds like despite rumors that royal rules would prevent Harry and Meghan from getting hitched, secure plan is in place for Harry and Meghan to share their big news with the world.
But at this point, there's no ring on Meg's finger
Insiders say Harry and Meghan are “as good as engaged," but that might be cold comfort for Meghan.
After all, we're sure Prince William assured Kate Middleton that she "pretty much his fiancee" for years before he popped the question.