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Duchess Kate Is ‘Really Keen’ to Meet Prince Harry’s Girlfriend Meghan Markle

His sister-in-law awaits! Kate Middleton is looking forward to meeting Prince Harry‘s new girlfriend, Meghan Markle, Us Weekly can exclusively reveal.

“Kate is really keen to see what Meghan is all about,” an insider tells Us.

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Duchess Kate, 34, will soon get her chance. The source adds that she and Prince William will most likely be introduced during the American actress’ next trip to London.

For now, the Suits star, 35, plans to visit Prince Harry in the UK before he leaves for his Caribbean tour at the end of the month, the source tells Us. She was originally going to fly in this past weekend, but the pair thought it would be too much just days after their romance going public. (Markle films her USA Network drama in Toronto.)

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As Us exclusively reported, Markle has already met some of the royal family. Markle was introduced to her beau’s father, Prince Charles, as well as his cousin Princess Eugenie, during Prince Harry’s 32nd birthday bash at the royal Balmoral estate in Scotland in September.

Meghan Markle visits AOL Studios in New York on March 17, 2016 in New York City.

“I’d call the visit a coming-out party. It would have been the first time some of his close friends got to meet her,” a second source told Us. Another added, “It went really well. Everyone loved Meghan.”

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Prince Harry and the Northwestern University grad have been dating since June. The first source tells Us that they’ve recently been talking on the phone “all day, every day” and have FaceTimed a great deal.

Still, once-divorced Markle is being careful of what she posts on social media. The L.A. native, who shared a photo of two bananas spooning after their relationship surfaced, “doesn’t want people to read too much into things.”

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