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Prince Harry Secretly Visited Meghan Markle in Toronto

And now she's staying in Kensington Palace.
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The last time we heard Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were together, they were at the center of a media swarm during Pippa Middleton's almost-royal wedding. Though we haven't seen much of the pair recently, they've actually secretly reunited since the nuptials.

The Prince just flew out to Toronto on June 17 to see the actress while she was filming Suits, E! News reports. And it seems like they're going to have another rendezvous soon. Markle was spotted at Toronto airport on Sunday night en route to London, where she'll likely see Harry soon—the Prince is returning home from a royal trip to Malawi today.

The actress reportedly arrived in the English capital on Monday morning and is staying at Kensington Palace, Harry's home. A source told E! that in addition to spending time with her beau, Markle will also be attending to "other work" during her UK visit.


Harry and Meghan at a friend's wedding in Jamaica earlier this year

After her frequent trips to London, Markle has grown quite fond of the city. A source told E! that she and Harry "talk about living in London—Meghan really sees herself moving, and he really wants that."

But although the couple is "in an extremely solid and happy place at the moment," they aren't "rushing ahead" or "making rash decisions" either, the insider added.

Until they officially become roommates, Harry and Meghan will have to continue going long-distance, which the pair seems to have mastered. During the royal's last Canadian visit, they spent a lot of downtime at home cooking meals, eating outdoors, and spending time the actress' friends.

From: Harper's BAZAAR

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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