US Weekly brings us insider reports on Meghan Markle's royal drama, Taylor Swift and Joe Alwyn tying the knot, and Chris Martin's proposal to Dakota Johnson!

Meghan Markle's Royal Dilemma

Be careful what you wish for! Becoming a royal may seem like a dream-come-true, but Meghan Markle has quickly learned that with great power comes great responsibility — and constraints.

Duchess Meghan is feeling under attack amidst reports that her difficult behavior has forced out staff, that she’s been feuding with sister-in-law Kate Middleton, and that her father Thomas Markle refuses to stay silent.

An insider tells us that Meghan is feeling stressed and frustrated at the center of this storm, but that there's little she can do about it.

The source added that Meghan has always relied on her voice to stand up for others and for herself, and to not be permitted to say anything is a debilitating feeling.

At the same time, her greatest ally is husband Harry. At the moment it seems like them vs. the world.

Is Taylor Swift Getting Married?

Wedding rumors are swirling around Taylor Swift and boyfriend Joe Alwyn.

Rumors have it that Joe is keen on proposing soon, but wants to make it unforgettable and extremely special.

The couple has been dating since May of 2017, and, if a marriage comes soon, babies may quickly follow.

An insider tells us that Taylor has always wanted a big family, and that she sees herself having kids with Joe. He’s her dream guy.

Are Dakota Johnson and Chris Martin Getting Engaged?

Is it New Year and new ring for Dakota Johnson and Coldplay frontman Chris Martin?

A source tells us that they’ll be engaged soon. After all, it has been a year since the two started dating, and Chris is head-over-heels for her.

It seems that he appreciates that Dakota doesn’t thrive on the spotlight, and is very understated. That's certainly a rare quality amongst celebrity couples living in the spotlight!

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