Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have taken a romantic holiday together to Jamaica! The loved-up couple flew to Montego Bay on Wednesday to attend the wedding of one of the fifth-in-line to the throne's best friends – Tom 'Skippy' Inskip. According to the Daily Mail, the Prince enjoyed a Virgin Atlantic flight in premium economy, while Meghan flew from Toronto to meet him there in a private jet. Tom will be getting married to literary agent Lara Hughes-Young, and a friend told the newspaper that the three-day lavish event will be "the mother of all parties," with celebrities including Usain Bolt rumoured to make an appearance to congratulate the newly wedded couple. Tom and Lara have reportedly hired out the Round Hill Hotel and Villas, which includes an infinity pool, spa and hotel suites designed by Ralph Lauren.
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Harry's good friend Tom (centre) is getting married
This isn't the first holiday the pair have taken together, as they also enjoyed a trip to the town of Tromso in Norway at the beginning of January. During their stay, the couple stayed in a cabin, took part in whale watching and watch the Northern Lights. Although the pair were apart over Christmas, they also spent time together in December when the Suits actress stayed with the Prince at Kensington Palace. They were spotted attending The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime, and buying a Christmas tree together.
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The owner of the Christmas tree store hold HELLO!: "We have looked after some of Britain's highest profile names for nearly 20 years but you could have heard a pin drop... when Prince Harry and Meghan walked into the store. They were completely charming together and blissfully unaware that our jaws had hit the floor. 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!"