Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are arguably one of the most popular celebrity couples as of late. The pair have been catching plenty of attention since the start of their relationship months ago. A recent sighting that had fans and observers hooked was their romantic date night in London earlier this week.
Wearing beanie hats and jeans, the couple strolled along Shaftesbury Avenue on their way to Apollo Theatre Tuesday night. The couple walked hand-in-hand as they walked along the busy streets of Piccadilly. The royal prince and the "Suits" star spent their night watching JM Barrie's comedic version of Peter Pan's encounter with Captain Hook.
British tabloid The Sun quoted a pal of the prince as saying: "Harry has said his privacy is important to him but they are clearly not afraid to be seen in public together." The source went on to say that the couple is crazy about each other and have expressed how much they are in love with each other to their friends.
The theatre-loving Markle has reportedly flown from Toronto to the U.K. and has been staying with the prince at his two-bedroom Nottingham Cottage in Kensington Palace. The two who have been dating for five months were also spotted buying a Christmas tree.
In another event, Harry supposedly booked last-minute tickets for The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night by Mark Haddon at the Gielgud Theatre in London. The stunning presence of the couple was acknowledged by the show's team in a recent tweet.
The couple's dedication to their relationship is evident as the two are noted to be traveling miles in great distance to visit each other's hometown. With a lot of people supporting their new relationship, there are still some who are not happy about it.
In a recent report, the 35-year-old actress relayed her experience of being victimized by abusive social media trolls. In it, the "Suits" star noted how racism is still widespread in the U.S. Still despite all the controversies, Markle is apparently enjoying maintaining a quiet relationship with Prince Harry.