If you've been aching for more information on Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's relationship, your prayers have officially been answered. A representative from England's Channel 4 reportedly confirmed to Elle UK that an hour-long, straight-to-television documentary about Markle's life, called Meet the Markles, is, indeed, in the works.
According to Elle UK, the documentary, which is being made with production company Renegade Pictures, will fill in gaps for those wondering how Markle and Prince Harry met, in addition to analyzing how she'd fit into the Royal Family should the couple choose to get married. Aside from her and Prince Harry's romance, the documentary will also investigate Markle's ancestry, detail her childhood in Los Angeles, and discuss her work in philanthropy.
It's not completely clear whether Markle has had any involvement in the project, though it's not likely, considering both she and Prince Harry have been silent about the course of their relationship. When a fan asked Markle about her relationship with Prince Harry at the recent ATX Television Festival, Markle responded with a simple, silent smile.
But alas, because the couple is so private, most of their joint public outings are bound to make headlines. This past December, the pair picked out a Christmas tree together in London; they recently attended a friend's wedding in Jamaica; the Suits actress scored an invite to Pippa Middleton's wedding; they both attended the Audi Polo Challenge, where the prince took a whack at the horseback-riding sport; and, most recently, Markle was spotted wearing a gold ring that Prince Harry allegedly had gifted to her.
The band was reportedly not an engagement ring, but several outlets report that an engagement could be on the horizon. We're not saying you should start mentally preparing for another Royal Wedding yet, but...we suppose it couldn't hurt, either.