Meghan Markle shines like a royalty soon to be and after the holidays, her life will get even better when she and Prince Harry escape for a romantic holiday before the wedding.
"They plan to go on vacation together for more than a week," revealed a source in the new issue of Us Weekly.
The fate of the romantic getaway is currently unknown, but according to the source, the couple will not return to Norway for another Northern Lights exhibition.
"Wait for them to come back tanned, fresh and ready to take on a very busy 2018."
This week, Prince Harry was seen at Henry Van Straubenzee Memorial Fund's Carol concert at St. Luke's Church in London, where his ex-girlfriend, Cressida Bonas, was also cheering and bringing Christmas cheer. Markle was not with his prince which led people to wonder where the former actress was hiding.
But according to E! News, Markle is back in the United States visiting his mother, Doria Ragland, in his hometown of Los Angeles and staying out of the public eye, at least until he has to return to London for Christmas. Before Prince Harry can take his girlfriend, Markle will join the royal family for Christmas at the 20,000-acre Sandringham estate of Queen Elizabeth II.
The exclusive Christmas celebration of Queen Elizabeth II is traditionally only for family and spouses. When Kate Middleton was engaged to Prince William, she was not invited to the royal Christmas festivities and spent the holidays with her own family. The queen who chooses to invite Markle to the great family vacations is another way in which Markle has broken the real tradition.
It is said that after the Christmas holidays, the newly engaged couple is excited to get away for a while.
"They expect a little sun," said a source close to Markle to E! News
Harry and Meghan have finally been able to spend some time together, but the couple is used to managing a long-distance relationship and have learned how to keep in touch by being separated from each other.
A source explained to E! News that while Markle was in Toronto working on "Suits" and Harry was in London, the couple kept their love alive through text messages and have become accustomed to FaceTime-ing "every day when they are separated". The video chat application "played a very important role in their relationship".
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are married in May 2018 in the Chapel of St. George at Windsor Castle.