William Hill are offering just 10/1 that a decision is taken by the Palace or the FA to move either the wedding date for Prince Harry & Meghan or the FA Cup final to another day. Meanwhile it is 8/1 that either Aston Villa (Prince William is a fan) or Arsenal (Prince Harry is a fan) win the FA Cup this time round.
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William Hill are offering 5/6 that Kensington Palace make the announcement on Prince Harry getting engaged to Meghan Markle before the end of November. Whilst it is 2/1 that the announcement is in December.
With an engagement announcement expected imminently, William Hill make a St Pauls wedding their narrow even money favourite with Westminster Abbey offered at 2/1. But perhaps surprisingly the worst result for the bookies would be if Harry & Meghan chose to get married on a beach (was 33/1 now 25/1). William Hill also received a request from a member of the public on Wednesday morning asking for odds on the happy couple already being married, which is offered at just 20/1.
William Hill have suspended betting on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announcing their engagement this year after a rush of bets and are now betting on which month they show the sparkler to the world.
William Prince Harry & Megan Markle look like the perfect couple as their strolled around the Invictus games and William Hill are offering 16/1 that they are engaged before the games end. Should he decide to hold back then a 2017 engagement is 6/4 and a 2018 the fav at 1/3.
With some rumours suggesting that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle could be set to be engaged, William Hill are odds-on at 2/5 that the pair tie the knot next year.
The traditional pre-racing gamble on the colour of the Queen’s Hat is turning a bit blue following a string of bets on the market.
Queen To Miss Royal Procession For First Time In Over Sixty Years – Green Hat Was Best Ever Result For Bookies
William Hill are offering odds of just 2/1 that the Queen will miss the Royal Procession on Wednesday for the first time since her Coronation in 1953.