- Prince Harry whisked Meghan Markle off to Natural History Museum, in London
- Came after couple attended Tom Inskip’s wedding in Jamaica earlier this month
- Meghan flew into London from Toronto on Thursday and been staying with Harry
Prince Harry whisked Meghan Markle off to the Natural History Museum for a secret late night visit to see the dinosaurs.
The couple, who attended Tom Inskip’s riotous wedding bash in Jamaica earlier this month, visited the museum as it was closing on Sunday.
The couple attended Tom Inskip’s riotous wedding bash in Jamaica earlier this month
Harry has treated his girlfriend Meghan Markle to a romantic after-hours tour at the Natural History Museum in London (pictured)
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.’
The visit came after the couple attended the wedding of Tom Inskip, one of Harry’s closest friends, often referred to as his ‘wingman’.
However the fifth in line slipped away to enjoy a relatively early night with his girlfriend, leaving friends to party on into the early hours.
Harry, 32, has only been dating Meghan since last July but is ‘besotted’ by the US-born actress and humanitarian, who stars in the hit legal drama Suits.
Harry was given a garland of flowers at the event at the Nepali embassy in London to celebrate 200 years of co-operation between the UK and the tiny Himalayan country
Meghan, who is currently based in Toronto, will start filming the show’s next series in April but there are strong rumours she will quit after that in order to concentrate on her relationship with the Queen’s grandson and her charity work.
On Monday, Harry praised the ‘unbreakable spirit and resilience’ of the Nepali people at a ceremony to celebrate 200 years of co-operation between the UK and the tiny Himalayan country.
He was given a garland of flowers at the event at the Nepali embassy in London marking the end of celebrations for the milestone.