Prince Harry is currently enjoying the beautiful sights and surroundings of Jamaica with his girlfriend Meghan Markle. The handsome couple watched one of Harry's closest friends, Tom 'Skippy' Inskip, tie the knot with Hon Lara Hughes-Young in Montego Bay this weekend. Following on from the celebrations, the British royal was pictured without Meghan as he kicked on the glorious sand with a group of friends. He appeared to be in great and relaxed spirits while enjoying various refreshing beverages, and soaking up the balmy climes at a beach.
In pictures from the wedding party - which have since surfaced online - shows the fifth-in-line to the throne sweetly hold his partner’s hands as they celebrated the newlyweds' happy day. With Meghan's arms wrapped around the Prince, the pair looked at ease while sipping on champagne at one of the tables. The Suits actress oozed elegance in a stunning floor-length floral gown, which she accessorised with chic sunglasses and a small cream clutch bag. Meanwhile Harry, who was an usher at the wedding, wore a navy blue suit with a pale blue tie and a yellow corsage.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attended friend Tom 'Skippy' Inskip's wedding
A friend of the newlyweds told the Daily Mail that the wedding would be "the mother of all parties," with Usain Bolt even planning to make an appearance to congratulate the couple. According to reports, Prince Harry, 32, and Meghan, 35, are staying in a villa at the Round Hill Hotel and Villas, a lavish resort which has an infinity pool, luxury spa and hotel suites designed by Ralph Lauren.
Prince Harry and Meghan began dating in mid-2016, and went public with their relationship after the Prince released a statement addressing the "abuse and harassment" Meghan had received after the pair began the relationship. The statement read: "Prince Harry is worried about Ms. Markle's safety and is deeply disappointed that he has not been able to protect her. It is not right that a few months into a relationship with him that Ms. Markle should be subjected to such a storm."