Prince Harry reportedly whisks Meghan Markle away to see the Northern Lights in Norway

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have kicked off 2017 with a romantic getaway to Norway, this according to reports.

After Meghan reportedly flew to London to spend New Year's Eve with the Prince, the pair took the secret trip on Monday (Jan. 2) and holidayed in the town of Tromso. They are said to have stayed in a cabin during their visit, took part in whale-watching, a lake trip and of course, watched the spectacular Northern Lights together.

The couple seem to be making up for lost time after spending Christmas Day apart, with the Prince joining his family at Sandringham without the Suits actress. However, the couple did spend time with each other in London in the days leading up to Christmas, and were spotted out together for the first time after they went to the theatre to see Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime.

TAP FOR GALLERY The couple took a trip to Norway together.

The pair were also seen buying a Christmas tree at Pines and Needles in London's Battersea Park, and the owner of the store Sam Lyle opened up about selling the couple their tree.

He told HELLO! Online: "We have looked after some of Britain's highest profile names for nearly 20 years but you could have heard a pin drop – or a needle – when Prince Harry and Meghan walked into the store. They were completely charming together and blissfully unaware that our jaws had hit the floor.

Harry and Meghan visited Pines and Needles before Christmas.

"They chose a gorgeous Nordmann Fir and walked away after exchanging Christmas pleasantries. We hope we can add them to our list of illustrious names who buy from us each and every year. There would certainly be a rush from our staff should they ask us to decorate it, too!"

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