Prince Harry and Meghan Markle reportedly enjoyed an educational date night at the Natural History Museum in London last weekend, seemingly taking inspiration from Harry's sister-in-law Kate. The Prince treated his leading lady to a private tour of the museum, after she expressed an interest in visiting the iconic attraction. The Duchess of Cambridge is patron of the museum and often takes her children Prince George and Princess Charlotte there.
As the museum was closing its doors to the public on Sunday, Harry, 32, and Meghan, 35, were given a romantic after-hours tour. A source told The Sun: "Meg had always wanted to go so Harry arranged a private visit. It's quite romantic after dark as all the exhibits, including the dinosaurs, are all still lit up. And of course, they had it to themselves."
Meghan flew into London on Thursday from Toronto, where she is currently based for Suits. The actress, who plays paralegal Rachel Zane on the show, will head back to Canada at the end of the month when filming for Suits resumes in April. She has so far been enjoying spending time with Harry at his Kensington Palace home.
Another source said: "They're trying to spend as much time to¬gether as possible as Meg has filming commitments over the spring and summer. But she feels that a move to London is inevitable as their relationship becomes more serious." The insider added: "They spend a lot of time watching movies at Harry's and cooking new dishes. Meg is a great cook and sends Harry out to posh food shops. She has even added a few feminine touches such as scented candles and soft furnishings."
The couple recently attended the wedding of Harry's friend Tom 'Skippy' Inskip in Jamaica. Harry and Meghan flew to Montego Bay to watch Tom and the Hon Lara Hughes-Young tie the knot in early March. They were pictured relaxing on the beach and sipping champagne as they enjoyed each other's company.