At last! First pics of Prince Harry an Meghan Markle together


The first pic of #PrinceHarry and @meghanmarkle out and about together! @jennifalconer #EarlyBreakfast

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The pair stepped out to watch the comedy Peter Pan Goes Wrong at the Apollo Theatre in West London and were spotted walking hand-in-hand down Piccadilly Street, bundled up against the winter chill and gazing at the Christmas lights like any other young couple in love. Read more: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle buy their first Christmas tree together! Only one royal guard accompanied the pair, according to The Sun newspaper.

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“Harry has said his privacy is important to him but they are clearly not afraid to be seen in public together,” an eyewitness said. Their romance is going well, an insider says. “They are clearly crazy about each other and have told friends they’re very much in love.”

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Meghan, 35, reportedly flew into the U.K. from her base in Toronto, Canada on Monday and has been staying at his Nottingham Cottage in the grounds of Kensington Palace.

They made their first public outing together earlier this week when they went shopping for a Christmas tree in Battersea Park, South West London, but this marks the first time they have been caught by photographers.

Meghan has visited Harry in London a reported four times during their estimated five-month relationship, while Harry is said to have diverted his plane journey back to London from the Caribbean, where he was paying a royal visit, to spend a few days in Canada with his girlfriend.

The couple reportedly met back in May in Toronto while Harry was visiting the city to promote the 2017 Invictus Games.

Could we be hearing the ringing of another royal wedding bell in the not-too-distant future?

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