This probably isn't how the Duke of Sussex imagined his first Valentine's Day as a married man. The 34-year-old royal spent February 14 apart from wife Meghan Markle as he travelled to Norway to visit service members and learn how they deal with extremely cold weather. However, the British troops still made sure his wife was not forgotten.
Harry was welcomed inside Quincy Shelter, a version of an igloo dug out and used in emergencies in extreme temperatures, which was specially decorated with candles, mood music and even photos of him and Meghan from their royal wedding.
Spotting the photographs of his wedding, including the couple’s public debut on the steps on St. George’s Chapel and their carriage ride around Windsor, the Duke of Sussex laughed, “You weirdos! Nice.”
“It’s very kind of you to invite me into your private, err, shrine,” he added, proclaiming it “romantic.”
"Homely in there, isn’t it? It starts to get a little bit weird after a while.”
After the three-hour visit, Harry climbed back into the small charter plane to fly home, arriving back home at Kensington Palace just in time for Valentine’s Day dinner.
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